Podcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 453 with guest Donelle Dadigan is available online for listening on demand

Donelle Dadigan, Hollywood’s Most Influential Woman
Original Airdates: June 7-9, 2019
TVC 453.4: Donelle Dadigan, founder and president of The Hollywood Museum, joins Ed for a look at some of the exhibits that will be on display this summer, including Remembering Lucy, the Six Million Dollar Man/Bionic Woman exhibit, the fabulous tribute to the six actresses who have played The Catwoman, and Real to Reel, an entertaining and informative look at the milestones and influence that LGBTQ characters and plot lines have had in Hollywood over the past century.

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Julie Newmar and Lee Meriwether on playing The Catwoman on Batman
TVC 453.5: From our tribute to Adam West in June 2017: Ed, Tony, and Donna play highlights from our conversations with actresses Julie Newmar, who played The Catwoman during the first two seasons on Batman (ABC, 1966-1968), and Lee Meriwether, who played The Catwoman in the 1966 Batman movie.

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How Eartha Kitt Broke Ground on TV When She Played The Catwoman
TVC 453.6: Ed plays highlights from the remarks that Kitt Shapiro, Eartha Kitt’s daughter, made at the unveiling of the Catwoman exhibit at The Hollywood Museum about the quiet way in which her mother broke ground when she played The Catwoman during the third season of Batman. Also in this segment: Ed, Tony, and Donna remember comedian George Carlin.

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