Show Business: Making It in Munich

Her career, observes Actress Carrie Nye, has been "obscure enough to be considered practically invisible, generally involving Ibsen plays in converted pizza parlors, Euripides revivals in condemned bowling alleys and many happy hours at Channel 13 [New York's public television station]." So, despite her extensive stage experience on and off-Broadway, including a Tony nomination performance in Half a Sixpence, she was somewhat surprised last fall when she was asked to appear in two movies for TV with Superstars Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. The movies, a matched set of thudding disasters coyly...

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