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  Bonnie Franklin Summary
Bonnie Franklin (born January 6, 1944 in Santa Monica, California) is an American actress of Jewish descent.
Franklin is best known for her portrayal of the divorced mother, Ms.
Bonnie Franklin has also been a guest star on a number of other television series and directed several episodes of the 1980s sitcom Charles in Charge.
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After seventeen years of marriage, Ann Romano (Bonnie Franklin) found herself divorced and living with her two teenage daughters in an apartment building in her home town of Indianapolis.
Bonnie Lee Bakley, wife of actor Robert Blake was found murdered by her husband outside a Los Angeles restaurant.
Franklin had begun her show business career as a tap dancer at age 9 on the "Colgate Comedy Hour," hosted by Donald O' Connor.
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 Bonnie Franklin
Bonnie Franklin is best known as Ann Romano, the divorced mother on One Day at a Time, a long-running comedy-drama of the 1970s and 80s.
Franklin first appeared on network TV when she was 12, playing Susan Cratchit in a Chrysler Shower of Stars live telecast of A Christmas Carol.
During and after the series' run, Franklin appeared in several TV movies, most notably playing Margaret Sanger in the 1980 telefilm Portrait of a Rebel.
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 Amazon.com: I Hate to Exercise I Love to Tap: Video: Bonnie Franklin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Bonnie Franklin, formerly with Donald O'Connor and a tap dancer since the age of 9, makes your dream come true--at least in your living room.
Franklin is a warm, motivating and skillful teacher, and she obviously loves tap dancing.
Franklin is very likable and whether you remember her from T.V. or not---you'll have fun learning to tap.
www.amazon.com /I-Hate-Exercise-Love-Tap/dp/6303335462   (1881 words)

  
 The Maram Project
They listen intently as a speaker - Bonnie Franklin, facilitator from the Leader-to-Leader Foundation in America – asks a question: “Who is your primary customer?” As representatives of non-governmental organizations (NGO's) engaged in promoting civil society, health and the arts under the harsh conditions of occupation, such a question is strange.
Skilled in emergencies and able to respond effectively to the needs of their communities, these organizations must learn long-term planning if the futures of their organizations are to be assured.
Franklin’s ideas on how to find new sources of funding, regionally and internationally, generate a lively discussion.
www.maram.org /safe_future.htm   (727 words)

  
 I Hate to Exercise, I Love to Tap. Bonnie Franklin. If you hate to exercise but want a fun way to stay in shape, then ...
Bonnie Franklin teaches you all of the basic steps, how to build combinations, and dance popular tap routines such as the Waltz Clog, the Soft Shoe, the Time Step, and more!
Television and stage star Bonnie Franklin has been tap dancing since she was nine years old, appearing with Donald O'Connor on the Colgate Comedy Hour.
She began teaching at the age of 12 and went on to a versatile dance and acting career which includes many stage and screen roles, the most notable being the national hit TV series One Day at a Time, which ran for nine years on network television.
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 5 Cat Gallery: Jewelry Main
For over 20 years Bonnie Franklin has been working with precious metals and gemstones to create jewelry that is both classical and distinctive.
Bonnie's love of stones began as a child.
The gold, silver, platinum and copper in Bonnie's work provides a background framework from which the stones are able to shine.
www.5catgallery.com /Pages/Jewelry/JewelryMain.htm   (208 words)

  
 Lifetimetv.com: Intimate Portrait
Bonnie Franklin made all of her acting dreams come true in her journey from the Broadway stage to the sitcom set.
Bonnie Franklin frequently battled the network brass over her decision to appear braless on "One Day at a Time."
Franklin's parents attended nearly every taping of "One Day at a Time." Her father passed out postcards with Franklin's picture to audience members waiting in line.
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 Bonnie Franklin Biography, Photos, News for Bonnie Franklin | TVGuide.com
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 Playbill News: Bonnie Franklin is Albee's Martha in Pittsburgh Virginia Woolf, Opens Mar. 5
Bonnie Franklin, the onetime musical theatre gamin who sang "Applause" in the show of the same name and later went on to play one of Norman Lear's strong, opinionated women in TV's "One Day at a Time," will bite into the role of Martha in the Pittsburgh Public Theater's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Franklin, who played feminist divorcee Anne Romano in the hit TV series, will spar with Sam Tsoutsouvas (NYSF/Public Theater's Pericles) in the classic 1962 Edward Albee drama of marital performance, friction, delusion and meltdown.
Franklin has worked throughout the country in regional theatre and stock, as well as on Broadway (Applause) and off (Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune).
www.playbill.com /news/article/43973.html   (411 words)

  
 Bonnie Franklin Current Month TV Schedule
Bonnie Franklin recalls playing a '70s TV mom on the sitcom 'One Day at a Time.' Included are remarks by Valerie Bertinelli and Norman Lear.
Starring Roma Downey, Della Reese, John Dye, Bonnie Franklin, Cathy Lee Crosby, Bill Macy.
Bonnie Franklin, Cathy Lee Crosby, Bill Macy, Nate Bynum, Roma Downey.
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 Television Without Pity » Mondo Extras » One Day at a Time Reunion Special
SMV continues, "First off, Bonnie Franklin [I think she had it written into her contract that they can only refer to her as "Bonnie Franklin" throughout the entire show.
I guess we are suppose to believe Val and Mac just popped over to Bonnie Franklin's huge ranch house for a little chat, and there just happened to be a CBS production crew there that just happened to take a little footage of the chat.
Next Bonnie Franklin comments that, in a strange irony, both Valerie and Mackenzie are living Ann's life now.
www.televisionwithoutpity.com /articles/content/a1004/index-1.html   (472 words)

  
 Bonnie Franklin
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 Classic TV & Movie Hits - Bonnie Franklin
Biography: Bonnie Franklin (born January 6, 1944 in Santa Monica, California) is an American actress.
Franklin is best known for her portrayal of the divorced mother Ann Romano on the long-running television situation comedy (or, since so many of its episodes dealt with serious topics, some have called it a "dramedy") One Day at a Time (1975-1984).
Additionally, she has starred in stage plays both on and off Broadway, winning a Theatre World Award plus a Tony Award nomination in 1970 for "Best Featured Actress in a Musical" for her performance in Applause.
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 sublethal: The daredevil and Bonnie Franklin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The whole point of the 70's was that there could be a ridiculous cultural figure like Evel Knievel, with a ridiculous name like "Evel Knievel", and no one batted an eyelash.
In the 70's, there was a place for a Bonnie Franklin, you didn't have to be talented or attractive to make it on television.
When Evel Knievel attempted his ill-advised jump in a preposterous rocket-powered motorcycle over the Snake River Canyon in rugged Twin Falls, Idaho, many people openly wished that Bonnie Franklin was riding along, clinging to Evel as he fell woefully short of his goal and plunged into the terrifying but scenic abyss.
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 Franklin Family Crest
Further research revealed that the name is derived from the Old French word fraunclein, which became frankeleyn in Old English, and denoted rank within the feudal system; a person who owned land but did not have the right to call himself a lord.
In the Franklin coat of arms as in all coat of arms the crest is only one element of the full armorial achievement.
We encourage you to study the Franklin genealogy to find out if you descend from someone who bore a particular family crest.
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 Drink at Work: Sitcom Theme Music, The Series: Episode 4
Gone were such time-tested plots as "hillbillies get rich," "hillbillies swim naked in water tower" and "hillbillies meet Eva Gabor." In their place were "comedies" about racism, suicide, drug abuse and, in the case of One Day at a Time, marriage gone down the crapper.
Starring Bonnie Franklin, One Day at a Time followed the few triumphs and many travails of recently divorced Ann Romano née Cooper and her two daughters Julia (Mackenzie Phillips) and Barbara (Valerie Bertanelli)--siblings who could only have been related by way of casting--as they laughed, loved and languished in Indianapolis.
This was often accompished with the assistance of Dwayne "Florenz" Schneider (Pat Harrington Jr.), the superintendent whose fanatic attachment to the Romano clan was just one plot twist away from him donning a short red wig and disposing of Ann in the apartment building's furnace.
www.drinkatwork.com /2006/03/sitcom-theme-music-series-episode-4.html   (1150 words)

  
 Employee of the Week   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Chatham Elementary is pleased to present Bonnie Franklin as the employee of the week.
Franklin always has a smile on her face and is always ready help in all areas of our school day.
Her smile and caring nature continues to be an asset for all of us at Chatham Elementary School.
www.pcs.k12.va.us /staff/2005-06/bonnie-franklin.htm   (137 words)

  
 Playbill News: Bonnie Franklin Stars in Charlotte Rep's Communicating Doors, Sept. 10-26
Sitcom star Bonnie ("One Day at a Time") Franklin will open Charlotte Rep's 1999-2000 season, leading their production of Communicating Doors by Alan Ayckbourn, Sept. 10-26.
One young prostitute attempts to flee through a door she thinks leads to the next room but in fact leads into the same room 20 years in the past.
There she meets a woman (Franklin) whom, she has been given to understand, the zillionaire murdered on that very night, and the two set about rewriting history before it's too late.
www.playbill.com /news/article/47657.html   (422 words)

  
 Guess Who's the Jew!: Is Bonnie Franklin a jew? Find out here!
Louis FRANKEL (FRANKLIN) (b.1860's-Ukraine d.Unknown-Los Angeles,California) sp: Bella BRODIE (b.1871-Ukraine d.1908-Ukraine) -2.
Lawrence (Larry) FRANKLIN (b.4 Jul 1913-Los Angeles,Ca d.27 Apr 1987-Los Angeles,Ca) sp: Gerry CAPLAN (b.10 Mar 1915-Montreal,Quebec m.(div)) -3.
No verification is provided to determine who is or is not actually a Jew, who is Jewish, or how to determine who is Jewish, The dreidel indicator on the left side of the screen displays whether a celebrity is Jewish or non-Jewish according to the votes.
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 Celebrity Nooz - Where Are They Now - Bonnie Franklin
Celebrity Nooz - Where Are They Now - Bonnie Franklin
Franklin at the outdoor farmer's market in our area.
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 USATODAY.com - Happy days for television reunions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Day time: Mackenzie Phillips, left, Bonnie Franklin, Valerie Bertinelli and Pat Harrington Jr.
Tonight, actress Bonnie Franklin walks down TV's memory lane with fellow One Day at a Time castmates for a CBS special at 9 ET/PT.
But then Franklin, 61, realized that it has been more than 20 years since the groundbreaking show featuring a divorcée ended its nine seasons in 1984.
www.usatoday.com /life/television/news/2005-02-21-reunion-shows_x.htm   (411 words)

  
 Bonnie Franklin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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 Bonnie Franklin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Bonnie Franklin is best known for her starring role as Ann Romano in the TV series One Day At A Time, but also starred on and off Broadway, in regional theaters, TV, and movies.
The star of many talents - acting, singing, and dancing - she has garnered many awards along the way and has directed many episodes of One Day At A Time, Charles in Charge, Karen's Song, and The Munsters Today.
Oscar® and Academy Awards® are copyrighted © registered trademarks and service marks of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences®
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 University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension in Scotts Bluff-Morrill Counties
Office Address: 110 West 10th, Bridgeport, NE 69336
Bonnie worked for the FSA Office part time from 1988 - 2000 she also worked at the Courthouse since 2001.
She is married, her husband is a farmer she has three grown children and nine grand children.
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 Bonnie Franklin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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 Bonnie Franklin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In the 1970s, women were realizing that they need not be tied to a man in order to have validation as a person, and many women were leaving bland marriages to strike out on their own and have the life that pre-feminism denied them.
Bonnie Franklin became the TV personification of this social phenomenon as Ann Romano, the mother of two teenaged daughters who leaves her husband to survive on her own, on the long-running sitcom "One Day at a Time" (CBS, 1975-84)....
A Summer Place - (Girl in Dormitory / 1959 / Released / Warner Home Video)
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 Let's Tap
"One Day at a Time" star Bonnie Franklin teaches the fundamentals of tap dancing for fun and exercise.
Franklin's instruction allows the viewer to learn in a step-by- step fashion.
Follow the steps below (come back to this page to check your progress):
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