People, Sep. 18, 1978

Even Hollywood would probably turn down so implausible a plot: a little Swedish girl emigrates to the U.S. with Mommy and Daddy and goes to Radio City Music Hall on her very first night in America. That evening convinces her that she wants to be an entertainer when she grows up. She succeeds and eventually plays the role of a Rockette in a big, splashy TV show about Radio City. Which just happens to be the real-life story of Ann-Margret, who appears with Beverly Sills and Diahann Carroll in NBC's Dec. 14 special, Rockette:...

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