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Friday, November 28, 2008

PopCulture-7

Y’s first realization was a 1957 Playhouse 90 broadcast written by William Gibson and starring Teresa Wright as Annie and Patricia McCormack as X. Gibson adapted his teleplay for a 1959 Broadway production with Anne Bancroft as Annie and Patty Duke, who reprised their roles for the 1962 feature film. 
The Y was remade for television in 1979, with Patty Duke as Annie Sullivan, Melissa Gilbert as X, and Diana Muldaur and Charles Siebert in supporting roles. 
Give me X and Y and the more famous Indian connection.
Answer
Helen Keller and the Miracle Worker-Indian Bolly Connect-Black

3 comments:

Pankaj said...

X- Helen Keller
Y- The Miracle Worker

Nakki said...

the indian connect would be Bachchan saab saying wah and wah as the first word in his amnesiac state, in the movie Black. The movie was inspired by Helen Keller's life...

jollyrover said...

nice question..

Friday, November 28, 2008

PopCulture-7

Y’s first realization was a 1957 Playhouse 90 broadcast written by William Gibson and starring Teresa Wright as Annie and Patricia McCormack as X. Gibson adapted his teleplay for a 1959 Broadway production with Anne Bancroft as Annie and Patty Duke, who reprised their roles for the 1962 feature film. 
The Y was remade for television in 1979, with Patty Duke as Annie Sullivan, Melissa Gilbert as X, and Diana Muldaur and Charles Siebert in supporting roles. 
Give me X and Y and the more famous Indian connection.
Answer
Helen Keller and the Miracle Worker-Indian Bolly Connect-Black

3 comments:

Pankaj said...

X- Helen Keller
Y- The Miracle Worker

Nakki said...

the indian connect would be Bachchan saab saying wah and wah as the first word in his amnesiac state, in the movie Black. The movie was inspired by Helen Keller's life...

jollyrover said...

nice question..