Coming soon to TV CONFIDENTIAL: Lee Purcell on the joyful experience of working on the independent film CAROL OF THE BELLS; the wonderful letter she received from Kirk Douglas shortly before he passed; and why it’s apparently difficult to teach people who are ambidextrous how to play tennis. Directed by Joey Travolta, whose company Inclusion Films teaches and employs people in the film industry who have developmental and physical disabilities, CAROL OF THE BELLS is now available on DVD and for on-demand viewing on many streaming platforms. Many of the crew members who worked on this film were trained by Mr. Travolta’s schools, while the title role of Carol is played by Andrea F. Friedman, a charming actress who happens to have Down Syndrome

Actress Lee Purcell (top row, third from the right) with members of the cast and crew of CAROL OF THE BELLS. Photo courtesy B. Harlan Boll Public Relations

Lee Purcell photo courtesy BHBPR

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