AIRDATE: 05/7/10, 2:30 -3:00 pm
Angela Allen, Script Supervisor
The Honneycombs, James & April Combs & Wendy Klein
ANGELA ALLEN has been a Script Supervisor (a term she helped coin), for more than 60 years. She has overseen continuity on such films as “The Third Man,” (1951) (deemed by some as one of the greatest films of all time), “African Queen (1951)”, “The Dirty Dozen (1967), “Murder on the Orient Express (1974), “Ronin (2000)”, Franco Zefferelli’s “Hamlet.” Angeles recently appeared on a panel hosted by film historian & critic, Leonard Maltin, at the First Annual Turner Classic Movie Festival. She shares with us her reminiscences about working with some of the greatest talents in the history of cinema, including Franco Zefferelli, Carol Reed, Hepburn, Bogie, Orson Wells, John Huston, Vanessa Redgrave, Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe, and many more. Ms. Allen has been awarded the MBE (Member of the British Empire) and is an honorary member of the Guild of British Camera Technicians.
In the second half of the show, The Honneycombs perform their wonderful folk/alt music. This brother/sister team consists of James and April Combs, joined by violinist, Wendy Klein,for a live in-studio tune.
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