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Angela Lansbury: A Balancing Act

Angela Lansbury: A Balancing Act(1998)

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  • Review from Wall St Journal, July 28, 2006

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    • 7/30/06

    Murrow might not have minded a "Person to Person" with Angela Lansbury, who proves -- in an hour's visit to "Private Screenings" (Monday, 8-9 p.m. EDT, on Turner Classic Movies) -- a notably forthright and skilled reporter of news, in this case about herself, all of it disciplined, detailed, evocative, compelling and focused on the question at hand. Once in a rare while the stars align to produce an interview that feels perfect or close thereto, and this is one of them.Under expert questioning by host Robert Osborne, Ms. Lansbury holds forth on her actress mother, once the toast of the West End, who gave it up to raise a family; on her own upbringing in America (to which she came as a refugee from England in 1940); on her experience of directors, of the theater; on the difference between social life at MGM -- all terribly controlled -- and that of swinging Paramount. She offers ready replies to all queries about famous colleagues, directors she has known, career regrets and disappointments -- all either truthful or seemingly so, which can be just as good. It's difficult not to be carried along by her calm appraisals of everyone she's asked about, Elvis Presley included -- Elvis Presley, in fact, in particular, whom she pauses to remember as he was, just out of the Army, fit, trim, fine. On it goes, an unexpected hour whose end, like all pleasures, comes too soon.

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