I suppose it's possible that the Sundance Kid didn't like to make much of his birthdays--they may have struck him as just another reminder that his draw was getting slower by the year--but what if he truly liked a major celebration? What if he looked forward every year to marking the day of his birth with what they used to call in the West "a real wingding, with pink balloons and a few survivors"? I think Butch Cassidy would have arranged it.
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Source Notes: Travels with Alice (chapter 15, "Special Occasion") (1989). Describing plans for his wife's fiftieth birthday, Trillin notes that she loves major celebrations and remarks that the relation between Butch and Sundance is the new model for the married couple.
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