Arthur Bell interviews Mary Steenburgen, [1981?]

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Title
Arthur Bell interviews Mary Steenburgen, [1981?]
Names
Bell, Arthur (Arthur Irving) (Donor)
Steenburgen, Mary (Interviewee)
Warren, Lesley Ann (Interviewee)
Miller, Ann, 1923-2004 (Interviewee)
Bell, Arthur (Arthur Irving) (Interviewer)
Collection

Arthur Bell Collection of Recorded Interviews, 1970-1980

Dates / Origin
Date Created: 1981 (Questionable)
Library locations
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound
Shelf locator: *LDC 52804
Shelf locator: *LTC 4535
Topics
Warren, Lesley Ann
Steenburgen, Mary
Actresses -- United States
Motion picture actors and actresses
Tap dancers -- United States
Genres
Interviews
Notes
Biographical/historical: Interview by Arthur Bell, most probably conducted for his popular column "Bell tells" in the Village Voice.
Content: Title supplied by cataloger from information on original cassette.
Venue: Recorded [1981?] New York, N.Y.
Additional physical form: Service compact disc (1 audio disc : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.) copied from archival original, available in *LDC 52804.
Acquisition: Gift; Bell Estate; 1990 NN-RHA.
Content: Forms part of Arthur Bell collection of recorded interviews, 1970-1980, *L (Special) 90-32.
Physical Description
Audiocassette
Extent: 1 audio cassette (approximately 69 min.) : analog, stereo
Description
Track 1. Phone call to police. Tracks 2-9, 13 (2:52)-14 (2:31). American film and television actress Mary Steenburgen discusses her childhood, her family, her marriage to actor Malcolm McDowell in 1980, and her role as a mother. She also talks about the beginning of her acting career in New York and waitressing at the same time at Magic Pan restaurant to support herself, and recalls various successful stage, film and TV productions where she played supporting and leading roles, such as a leading role in the 1979 film "Time after time" as a modern woman who falls in love with author H. G. Wells, played by her husband-to-be Malcolm McDowell; and the 1980 film "Melvin and Howard" for which she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Tracks 10-13 (2:51). Excerpts from the interview with Ann Warren. Tracks 14 (2:36)-15. Excerpts from the interview with [Ann Miller?].
Type of Resource
Sound recording
Languages
English
Identifiers
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b19984896
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): ed0ed440-8a98-0131-d3f8-58d385a7bbd0
Rights Statement
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Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound, The New York Public Library. (1981). Arthur Bell interviews Mary Steenburgen, [1981?] Retrieved from http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/edf469f0-8a98-0131-2d08-58d385a7bbd0

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Arthur Bell interviews Mary Steenburgen, [1981?]