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Angie Dickinson on Frank Sinatra, "Police Woman" and #MeToo
Pioneers of Television | Angie Dickinson on Becoming a Sex Symbol | PBS NC
Bob Hope had left a dinner with President Ford and Colin Powell to be part of this, and of course they all had to go home. I think they should have organized it the other way around, so I could have talked about their importance. That was not the only time Dickinson—born Angeline Brown in North Dakota in —balked about revealing her personal life. In she returned a six-figure advance from a major publisher for her autobiography. Rumors had swirled around her for decades: about an affair with President Kennedy during the four-day inaugural celebration; about her on-again, off-again year love affair with Frank Sinatra; and about the dissolution of her marriage to songwriter Burt Bacharach. Were there other secrets as well?
How Sinatra picked up Angie Dickinson in his dressing room
I wanted to be known as an actress, equally or, even more so. Like Marilyn Monroe. She was known as the greatest — and rightly so — sex symbol of all time, Boy, try to do Shakespeare after that! Population: around And I loved movies.
So, if Angie Dickinson were a critic doing a review of her life so far, what would you say? Well, it's not exactly luck that's had Dickinson turning heads during a film and TV career that's doubled as a half-century-long master class in the art of seduction. She admitted to correspondent Mo Rocca that she enjoyed being a sex symbol very much but "I wouldn't want to be known only as a sex symbol.