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Happy Birthday, Angela
Angela mentions in this interview how much she wanted the part in The Three Musketeers that went to Lana Turner. I can't think of any movie I've seen where Lana gives anything like the performance that Angela gives every time. That she has never won an Oscar certainly speaks more of the Hollywood politics, nepotism and poor taste that have produced the dire messes of today than anything else. I hope that "one more great part" does come her way soon. In fact, it would make a great birthday present!
- Brenda Jenkins
I enjoyed the interview with Angela Lansbury. Such an outstanding career, yet never an Oscar. Shame on Hollywood. (By the way, does anyone know who sings the theme song to this show? Sounds like Julie London, but not sure.)
Murder She Wrote Baby
- Anastasia Hayes
I was two years old when Murder She Wrote first came on and have since that say been a huge fan of hers. I wouldn't go to bed til I got to see Angela Lansbury on TV. My enamor with Ms. Lansbury continued so much that for Birthdays my family would get anything Lansbury for presents even one year when I was six an exercise video that she made. Since that time now as an adult of 26 I have been opened to a wonderful world of movies (thankfully preserved)staring Angela Lansbury. I always knew she was an amazing talent and not utilized to her acting abitity but seeing her in Private Screenings I did not know to what extent. I am so thankful to Mr. Osborn's interview with Ms. Lansbury which offered not only another wonderful glimpse of that great lady but to find out even more movies she was in. I am not a fan of the Hollywood stars of today. None of them show the grace and charm of stars like Angela Lansbury. Especially as she and so many others of the Hollywood Machine Era were not afforded those opportunities enjoyed today by the now Hollywood Elite. Thank you once again and if you know of any way to send an email or letter to Ms. Lansbury I and many others would be greatful.
What a Great Career!
- Elaine Fry
I really enjoyed Robert Osborne's interview with Angela Lansbury. The only disappointment is that it was much too short. This past summer, I saw "Nanny McPhee" with my granddaughters and introduced them to someone they only knew as Jessica Fletcher. I hope Ms. Lansbury achieves her dream of that "one last great role" that she alluded to. Wouldn't it be marvelous for her to win an Oscar at this stage of her life and career?
- jeanine haven
I have been looking forward to this broadcast, and was not disappointed. I enjoyed past Private screenings and this one live up to expectations. Robert Osbornes interview style is very congenial and the interview felt like I was watching a converstaion. Angela told her memories with class, elegance and without pretense. I am glad that Angela was selected for this tribute. she is a highly talented actress whose career and diversity is, in my opinion, under proclaimed. It was a very enjoyable hour. However, one item I would like noted. I discouraged by the poor signal of the 8PM Eastern boardcast, I decided to watch the 11:15 PM Eastern boardcast.
Your conversation with Angela Lansbury
- Francine Midboe
Your interview was interrupted by poor reception and was not shown. There was no message to say that there was satellite feed difficulty. I am waiting for the TCM channel to return. Cannot do the survey as the channel is dark.