August 30, 2015

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Annie Star Aileen Quinn Reminisces About the Film 30 Years Later

30 years ago, the musical Annie made the leap from stage to screen. In honor of the anniversary, as well as the musical's recent return to Broadway, Playbill spoke to Aileen Quinn, who starred as the film's title orphan. Quinn talks about her experience with the musical — both in the original Broadway production and on screen — and what it was like working with co-stars Carol Burnett, Tim Curry, Albert Finney, Bernadette Peters and Bingo the dog. For more information on the current Broadway revival of Annie, click here.








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