Comely, versatile actress who plays emotionally fragile women, tough-minded careerists, hardworking single moms, and downright wacky ladies with equal verve and skill. She made her first show-biz splash right out of her teens, playing the lead in a 1966 TV musical production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella." Walt Disney saw her and signed the wholesome, fresh-faced Warren to play a supporting role in The Happiest Millionaire (1967), the last film he personally supervised. She ...
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Warren, Baxter Shoot "seagull" For Hallmark Reuters - Lesley Ann Warren and
Meredith Baxter are starring in the tentatively titled Hallmark
Channel TV movie "The Glass Seagull," which is in production.... Tue April 22, 2008, 8:43 am
Was "the Hunger Games" Gay Enough? - Was "The Hunger Games" Gay (and Great) Enough?Did you not hear me proclaim the words "Madeline Kahn"? Allow me to expand: If this is Victor/Victoria, Effie Trinket is our screeching, squawking Lesley Ann Warren. That's two Clu... Mon March 26, 2012, 4:21 pm
In Plain Sight ? Has Motherhood Changed Mary? - Cliqueclack In Plain Sight ? Has motherhood changed Mary?CliqueClackAlso, he made the introduction of Mary's baby fit her character by writing Mary's pregnancy and decision to keep Norah stemmed from a need to protect someone with both Jinx (Lesley Ann W... Sun March 25, 2012, 9:10 pm
Time To Chill - Denton Record Chronicle Denton Record ChronicleTime to chillDenton Record ChronicleTheir parents (Lesley Ann Warren and Ron Leibman) find her unstable. Only her caring brother-in-law Paul (Rob Benedict), who has loved her since high school, takes up for her. Writer-director... Sun October 30, 2011, 4:37 am
"I could identify with the dislike of all the supposed necessary glitz of an entainer.
Country Western music is not my most favorite but this movie had a human realistic quality to it that touches the heart.
It is so possible to see how a man can get so caught up in the road shows glitz and fans that he ends up blanking out. So many entertainers ruin their lives because they lose all sense of reality.
George Strait made an excellent choice in Pure Country and if he never makes another this will be forever remembered.
Innocence and reality -- what a great combination."
"The Limey is, quite simply, one of the best movies of last year and possibly one of the best of the revenge noir genre. Terence Stamp and Peter Fonda are mighty gods throwing lightning bolts of nostalgia and regret in a maelstrom of non-linear editing so severe it'll make your eyes water with joy. Movies like this**ist to restore your faith in the cinematic process as a whole. The Limey is a big slice of cheesecake to wash down the horrible choking slime of movies like 'Payback' Also worth acquiring due to the commentaries, the first being a prolonged, amusing and mixed up argument between soderbergh (god) and lem dobbs (satan) and the second being everyone else. It is quite simply a masterpiece. To ignore it is to turn your back on manna from heaven."
"This 1964 version of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella was a childhood favorite of mine. After I became a grown-up with a VCR, I purchased a copy of the tape, and found that***tood the test of time, and only enhanced my memories. Lesley Anne Warren, at the tender age of 16, is fabulous as Cinderella, and Stuart Damon as Prince Charming is romantic. Fabulous stars of days gone by are also featured: Walter Pidgeon and Ginger Rogers as the King and Queen, Celeste Holm as the Fairy Godmother, and Jo Van Fleet as the wicked stepmother are all superb. This is a film that never loses its appeal over the generations."