Julie Newmar interviewed by Herbert Feinstein

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Julie Newmar interviewed by Herbert Feinstein
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Julie Newmar is interviewed by Herbert Feinstein on the set of Mackenna's Gold, Columbia pictures 8/21/67. Miss Newmar won the Antoinette Perry Award for her role as a fertile Swedish girl, on Broadway, in The Marriage-Go-Round. She plays Hesh-ke, a silent Indian maiden (no lines) in Carl Foreman's new epic of the West. Gregory Peck, good guy; Omar Sharif, bad guy.

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August 21, 1967
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KPFA, August 9, 1968
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1 reel (53 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 1968
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