Summary of Angela Lansbury interview with Barbara Walters (1985)

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Angela Lansbury discusses her career in acting, which has spanned many decades and included roles on television, in movies, and on Broadway. She talks about her worst year, when her children had some struggles, and how she came back from that to continue her successful career. Lansbury credits her talent to God and says she is a "rare bird."

  • 00:00:00 Angela Lansbury discusses her career, which has included playing older women on television. She has also enjoyed success on Broadway.
  • 00:05:00 Angela Lansbury discusses her long career in acting, including her time on "The Harvey Girls" and her later roles in stage productions. She says that while she loves performing, she also loves her family and often feels like she is "on stage" when she is performing.
  • 00:10:00 Angela Lansbury discusses her worst year, when her children grew up and her home burned down. She went to Ireland to find a house and it was there that her son Anthony discovered heroin for the first time and he was taken off on a stretcher. Angela learned that the only thing that would help her children was if she was there to support them, which eventually led to her comeback on Broadway.
  • 00:15:00 Angela Lansbury discusses her career and how she has maintained her work ethic over the years. She says she is a "rare bird" and credits her talent to God.

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