Reflections on Gaslight
MODA Entertainment's Reflections on Gaslight tells the story of a 17 year-old Angela Lansbury in her first film role as the snotty, impudent housemaid. Gaslight is a 1944 mystery-thriller film adapted from Patrick Hamilton's play performed as Angel Street on Broadway in 1941. It was the second version to be filmed; the first, released in Great Britain, had been made a mere four years earlier. Sixty years later, Lansbury discusses her debut in “Reflections On Gaslight,” and the influences of Ingrid Bergman, George Cukor, and Charles Boyer as her mentors. Pia Lindstrom, Bergman's daughter, also provides some brief career anecdotes on her mother Igrid Bergman.
Narrated by: Angela Landsbury
Written & Directed by: John Mulholland
Featuring an on Camera Interview with:
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