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Carol Channing: Larger Than Life (20-Jan-2012)

Director: Dori Berinstein

Writers: Dori Berinstein; Adam Zucker

Keywords: Documentary, Biography

Documentary examines the career of Broadway legend Carol Channing.

ABSTRACT
Featuring interviews with stage and screen fixtures running the gamut from Angela Lansbury and Tyne Daly to the late Phyllis Diller, Carol Channing: Larger than Life provides a window into the life and times of one Broadway great.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Loni Anderson
Actor
5-Aug-1946   Blonde on WKRP in Cincinnati
Marge Champion
Dancer
2-Sep-1919   Show Boat
Carol Channing
Singer
31-Jan-1921   All-Singing All-Dancing
Tyne Daly
Actor
21-Feb-1946   Lacey on Cagney and Lacey
Phyllis Diller
Comic
17-Jul-1917 20-Aug-2012 The original female stand-up comic
Betty Garrett
Actor
23-May-1919 12-Feb-2011 Irene Lorenzo on All in the Family
Tippi Hedren
Actor
19-Jan-1930   The Birds
Jerry Herman
Composer
10-Jul-1931   Hello Dolly!
Angela Lansbury
Actor
16-Oct-1925   Murder She Wrote
Rich Little
Comic
26-Nov-1938   Comic and voice impressionist
Bob Mackie
Fashion Designer
24-Mar-1940   The Sultan of Sequins
Margaret O'Brien
Actor
15-Jan-1937   Meet Me in St. Louis
Debbie Reynolds
Actor
1-Apr-1932   Dancer, actress
Chita Rivera
Dancer
23-Jan-1933   Anita in West Side Story on Broadway
Lily Tomlin
Actor
1-Sep-1939   Laugh-In
Tommy Tune
Dancer
28-Feb-1939   6'6" Broadway dancer
Bruce Vilanch
Author
23-Nov-1948   The fat guy who writes everyone's jokes
Barbara Walters
Journalist
25-Sep-1929   20/20, The View
Jo Anne Worley
Comic
6-Sep-1937   Laugh-In

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