Coming soon to TV CONFIDENTIAL: Actress and singer Constance Towers on working with the innovative and uninhibited Samuel Fuller on both Shock Corridor and The Naked Kiss; the joyful experience of playing villainous Helena Carradine on General Hospital; the “musical episode” of Perry Mason that she did along with Bobby Troup and Barney Kessel; and the differences between singing on camera and singing live on stage. Constance Towers will discuss The Naked Kiss following a special screening of the film at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood on Sunday, Jan. 27. She will also appear at the annual Beverly Hills Theatre Guild luncheon on Sunday, Mar. 17 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. Honorees at this year’s luncheon include Oscar winner Eva Marie Saint and her late husband, television director Jeffrey Hayden; longtime television writer/director Howard Storm; and legendary Hollywood agent Budd Burton Moss. The program will also include a tribute to the films and television series of Garry Marshall

Constance Towers kissing writer, director and producer Samuel Fuller on the set of The Naked Kiss. Photo courtesy Budd Burton Moss

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