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Blonde, Not Bland 

Wednesday, Jan 26 2011
Everybody knows Lesley Ann Warren should have gotten the Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 1982 instead of that Jessica Lange. Everybody! Warren's star turn as a ditzy, appealing broad in Victor/Victoria was really quite pleasing. At Marc Huestis' "A Victor/Victoria Valentine," the lady herself appears, to be queried by Coco Peru, entertained ("Le Jazz Hot") by Matthew Martin, and to watch as Jan Wahl introduces the screening of V/V. Afterwards she signs stuff and it's all terribly glamorous and romantic in a dirty-joke ("Chicago, Illinois") kind of way.
Mon., Feb. 14, 9:30 p.m., 2011

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