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Arthur Bell interviews Ann Miller, [1979?].

Author: Ann Miller; Arthur Bell
Publisher: [1979?].
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : Cassette recording : CD audio : English
Publication:Arthur Bell collection of recorded interviews, 1970-1980.
Database:WorldCat
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CD 1, tracks 1-4; CD 2, tracks 2-13; and CD 3. American tap dancer and actress Ann Miller talks about her life and long-term career in the enterteinmet business, her family background, her unsuccessful marriages and very successful experience working in Broadway and Hollywood. Speaking about her career she recalls her very early professional start at the age of thirteen, when she was advised to pretend she was
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Genre/Form: Interviews (Sound recordings)
Interviews
Named Person: Ann Miller; Ann Miller
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Miller; Arthur Bell
OCLC Number: 862171696
Notes: Interview by Arthur Bell, most probably conducted for his popular column "Bell tells" in the Village Voice.
Title supplied by cataloger from information on original cassette.
A track ID has been inserted every five minutes within this interview for reference purposes.
Event notes: Recorded
[1979?]
New York, N.Y.
Description: 3 audio discs (approximately 102 min.) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Titles: Arthur Bell collection of recorded interviews.

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CD 1, tracks 1-4; CD 2, tracks 2-13; and CD 3. American tap dancer and actress Ann Miller talks about her life and long-term career in the enterteinmet business, her family background, her unsuccessful marriages and very successful experience working in Broadway and Hollywood. Speaking about her career she recalls her very early professional start at the age of thirteen, when she was advised to pretend she was eighteen, in order to get a job in the movies. She also discusses her influences such as Ginger Rogers and Eleanor Powell, and her autobiographical book "Miller's high life" that was published in 1972.

CD 2, track 1. Call to Ann Miller.

CD 1, track 5. Short excerpt from muffled interview with unidentified person.

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