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Renshaw is head of a team of seven who help big winners cope with their windfall and the ensuing media frenzy.
First, she took Angela shopping - but for the down-to-earth Royal Mail employee, designer shops were too daunting.
She confided to Dot: "I look in the window but never go in because I couldn't even afford a scarf in there." Instead, she chose a simple, brown, polka-dot dress from the department store House of Fraser in which to face the cameras.
Her look is not one which would ordinarily turn heads, but as she walks past, curtains twitch and the children stop and gawp.
I paused the film, fired up Netscape Navigator on my Compaq Presario, and quickly discovered that Tisa Farrow is, in fact, Mia Farrow's little sister. The great consulting detective himself would have been impressed. Harris's artsy and contemporary re-imagining of the Sleeping Beauty tale called "Some Call It Loving" with Richard Pryor and Zalman King of "Red Shoe Diaries" fame.
I also discovered that she had been in a fair number of horror and genre films before she retired from acting in 1980. But she was also in Antonio Margheriti's Vietnam gore-fest and "Apocalypse Now" ripoff "Hunter of the Apocalypse" in 1980, and the infamous "Zombie" (1979) from director Lucio Fulci - a film best known as "hey, isn't that the one where the zombie fights the shark? Vinegar Syndrome just announced that they will be releasing it on Blu-ray in August. In July 1973, she also showed her boobs in Playboy magazine.
Ages ago, a friend recommended that I watch a quaint, little Italian horror film called Anthropophagus from sleaze auteur Joe D' Amato. D' Amato would handle a straight-up horror film and I was pretty confident that there'd be at least a little bit of his trademark sleaze thrown in, as well. I don't really want to do a review because reviews take time and energy and I'm a lazy bastard, but I will give it a thumbs up. But what grabbed my attention was how the young female lead, from certain angles, looked an awful lot like Mia Farrow. With my awe-inspiring mental prowess and powers of deduction that I concluded that they must be related. Her full name is Theresa Magdalena Farrow) is also in James B.
D' Amato delivered the gore but the film was woefully lacking in sleaze.
Renshaw also counselled her on the consequences of going public with her win, but Angela was adamant that she wanted to embrace her good fortune openly.