Letters to the Editor: Angela Lansbury, the actress you really wanted to work with you on her new movie, “Hollywood’s Back Story,” or more likely the “Back Story” she wanted you to write?
You had a front-row seat at the rehearsal and it was just so cool to have the chance to work with the great Angela Lansbury. She is a great actress who can bring out the best in you and she is terrific to work with.
I would have liked to have worked with her on “Hollywood’s Back Story” because I had written a treatment for it and I used it as the basis for the film script. She gave me a script that was much better than my treatment and which I had used a lot for my treatment for “Hollywood’s Back Story.”
I liked working with her but at the same time I wasn’t so thrilled with the new script she submitted. But we worked together for almost two months and I think I got a much better script than the one she gave me in my treatment.
Lansbury also is a sweetheart of a person. As much as I wanted to get into her skin, I was also terrified of hers, but I was able to take that in stride and I really enjoyed watching her work in her day-to-day life.
I was sorry she had to leave the show she had been blessed with but in a way, it made me want to be there and wish her well with her future endeavors.
I know that there is more than just Angela Lansbury in her on “Hollywood’s Back Story.”
I would also like to have written something with her.
She is a great actress who can bring out the best in you and she is terrific to work with. I would like to have worked with her in her next picture for the “Back Story” franchise.
I also would have liked to have been there to witness the rehearsal and the process of getting her the part of Daffy Duck. I would have liked to see her in that wonderful role. I would also have liked to have worked with her on “The Wonderful Year” but it probably wouldn’t have been the success that “Hollywood’s Back