(December 1, 1970 to January 9, 1971) She acted in Matt Crowley's play, "Remote Asylum," in a world premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Nancy Kelly, Arthur O'Connell and William Shatner in the cast. Edward Parone was director.
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Anne Lloyd Francis | Ann Francis | Miss Anne Francis
5' 8" (1.73 m)
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Most young blondes in those days [1950s] were not taken too seriously. I had wanted to work on a project [directing] all my own from beginning to end for many years. I had managers who said, "Look, you're an actress. You're not supposed to do that other business". And now I look at all the women today who are doing it, and no one's batting an eyelash.
The alleged "feud" between Anne and Barbra Streisand
with Anne blaming Barbra over her role as Follies chorine Georgia James being cut down to a glorified extra part was over exaggerated. In truth, writer Isobel Lennart
tried to incorporate the Georgia character into the stage version back in the early 1960s and it was also cut entirely. The Georgia role was largely reduced because it veered away...