Bonnie Franklin
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The One Day at a Time Reunion (2005)
[ Valerie Bertinelli ]
Moving In: Part 1 (1996)
Sister Margaret and the Saturday Night Ladies (1987)
Your Place... or Mine (1982)
Musical Comedy Tonight II (1981)
[ Lynn Redgrave ][ Juliet Prowse ]
The Amarillo Connection (1980)
[ Valerie Bertinelli ]
Portrait of a Rebel: The Remarkable Mrs. Sanger (1980)
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (1979)
[ Marcy Hanson ]
A Guide for the Married Woman (1978)
[ Cybill Shepherd ][ Eve Arden ][ Mary Crosby ]
The Law (1974)
[ Pamela Hensley ]
Very, Very Huckleberry (1965)
Chivalry Isn't Dead (1965)
[ Barbara Hershey ]
How Does Your Garden Grow? (1964)
A Summer Place (1959)
[ Sandra Dee ][ Jo Kennedy ]
The Kettles in the Ozarks (1956)
The Wrong Man (1956)
[ Vera Miles ] 100 Hot DVDs

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Alfred Hitchcock
Jack Lemmon
Billy Crystal
Gary Busey
Henry Fonda
David Ogden Stiers
Stacy Keach
Jeff Conaway
Richard Crenna
Danny Kaye
Robert Conrad
Judd Hirsch
John Hillerman
Troy Donahue
Werner Klemperer
David Dukes


Perky, red-haired actress Bonnie Franklin is best remembered for playing plucky single mom Ann Romano on the long-running sitcom One Day at a Time (1975-1984). Franklin began her acting career at age 12 when she appeared in the Alfred Hitchcock made-for-television movie The Wrong Man in 1956; that year she also appeared in a feature-film episode of the Kettle family saga, The Kettles in the Ozarks. Through the '60s, Franklin only appeared a couple of times as a guest star on television series such as The Man from U.N.C.L.E. While working on her sitcom, Franklin occasionally appeared in television movies. After the series' demise, her television work became sporadic, and by the early '90s, she had left the medium altogether, though Franklin continues acting in regional theater and in cross-country tours of plays.

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