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I thank TCM for showcasing this legendary star who looked beautiful. Noted Ms. Novak's appreciation of Otto Preminger, Rita Hayworth, James Stewart, Frank Sinatra, and Alfred Hitchcock, and Columbia execs such as Max Arnow and Benno Schneider along with Harry Cohn. Osborne who clearly was infaturated with Kim during the Interview threw a few softballs such as Kim's relationship with Sammy Davis Jr, and mentioned Richard Quine more than a few times; QUine to me was Novak's greatest director with Bell Book And Candle and the haunting Strangers When We Meet. On another Quine-Novak film Notorious Landlady Kim to me is the ultimate movie star. Clearly Quine adored Kim Novak and his love for the great star shows on all the Novak-Quine films. Hope future interviewers might ask Kim Novak about her working experiences with Jack Lemmon, Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, Judy Holiday and Dean Martin, and Directors such as Billy Wilder re Kiss Me Stupid, and Robert Aldrich about the the weird Legend of Lylah Clare.
KIN NOVAK INTERVIEW
I've been a fan of Kim Novak for as far as I can remember. My favorite movies "Jeanne Eagles" and "Bell, Book and Candle" and now after watching the interview I admire and respect her even more. What a superb interview. Her inner beauty sur passes her outer beauty., What a beautiful and intelligent free spiritual beauty. Would love to know more about Ms. Novak's up coming Art Exhibition.
Interview with Kim Kovak
- Serena Ardigo
I set my tv for this intrerview with Kim Novak this week. I have missed this amazing star and have watched Vertigo and Bell Book and Candle and many other movies of her's. This interview was amazing, and have replayed it twice already. It was so great to see her and her truthfullness and candid answers were so touching. I wish I was sitting in the audience at that special moment. She had a hard childhood but I can see she was a strong person and knew who she was and still is. It's just a shame that there weren't more movies of her's today. I just wanted to know how she met her husband of 32 years. That's amazing and seems to be generally happy in her choice. I have always loved her quiet spoken voice and she had a mysterious nature. Never knowing what she was actually thinking. This interview was the most outstanding interview I've ever seen as Robert Osborne was quoted as saying. I wonder why it took her so long to have her name on the walk of fame with her fingerprints? This also happened to another great actor Robert Mitchum who was forgotten for many years when they also did his handprint in the cement. I really don't watch any other television, except a few channels here and there, but it's mostly on TCM all the time. I just love this program and when I want to escape from some problem or whatever I can always rely on TCM to bring me to another place. Loved this show, it was amazing!
My friend, Kim Novak
- john livingstone
The interview was superb for its sincerety and frankness, and total lack of show biz hype. I met Kim in 1962 after she moved to Carmel, my home base for my photography. She was so very kind to my three daughters, and so generous with her time with me during our photo sessions. I wrote about her many qualities in my memoir, "The Importance of Being from Oshkosh". - John Livingstone
A Class Act
- Sara Barker
I have always liked Kim Novak movies, but after seeing this program I have a new admiration & respect for her. She did things her way & managed to be happy & content with her life. Of course Robert Osborn is like a family member, always in my home. He is the best.
'A' for Authenticity.
What an interesting interview, certainly one of Mr. Osborne's best. Kim Novak comes across as sincere, no phony attitude, no 'posing'. What you see is what you get. I wish TCM would show this interview again, and make it available on DVD so that we can include it in our own Classic Movie libraries.
Thank you SO much TCM for this wonderful interview! Kim is a fragile, intelligent and honest soul who wasn't afraid to bare that soul to us. Never really knowing much about her, I always sensed that her "acting" was not acting, but the real "her". She was also a champion of equality for the races way before it became the "vogue" thing to be-even at the expense of her popularity. Bless you, Kim and may the Lord watch over you always.
Kim Novak Interview
by far one of Osbornes best interviews and she comes across as a real person
The lovely Kim Novak
Wonderful interview, like watching two old friends sitting down to chat. What really struck me was how Ms. Novak didn't have a bad thing to say about anyone. She always seemed to see the good in people. Thank you for this chance to get to know such a wonderful actress and person a little better. Can't wait to see her art.
Kim Novak Interview
Thank you TCM for this wonderful and candid interview with the lovely Kim Novak. I have always been drawn to Kim Novak since i was a child, perhaps a mysterious quality, but always her loveliness and realness in all her roles. I'm grateful to learn that art has always played a major role in her life and continues to this day. I look forward to seeing her paintings some day! Thank you TCM and Robert Osbourne for perhaps the finest interview, ever, period! My love and appreciation to Kim Novak. Peter R in San Francisco
Kim Novak TCM Interview
- Carol Sioux
The BEST interview I've EVER seen of an actor...
Kim Novak Interview
- Fred Smith
This should be a good interview, i thank Kim Novak was one of the best Movie Stars of our time and she should have worked another 20 years in the business. Just thank of the good movies we could have had with her.Thanks Fred Smith