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Very few actresses have ever been given a role that redefines the public's vision of women on television. That in itself would be a significant achievement; but as Cathy Gale in The Avengers, Honor Blackman not only altered that public perception and re-characterized the role, she also single-handedly kick-started the whole 1960s 'second wave' feminist movement.
David Mcalmont remembers Film Director Mike Nichols.


In the mid eighties at high school in Guyana a friend of mine was reading a Liz Taylor biography. I remember leafing through the glossy black and white photos in the centre and seeing a photograph of Liz looking dishevelled and deranged. I thought she was playing a character called Virginia Woolf because the title attached to the picture was Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
 
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