One From the Heart: the Connie Francis Interview
Mary Harron, Collusion, September 1983
When the '60s British Invasion of the American charts began, Connie Francis' songs of teenage life and love were hits all over America. But the likes of Petula Clark and Herman's Hermits made dents in her career that forced her to change strategies. She aimed straight at Las Vegas, and Big Money — and survived. Mary Harron rode Connie's limo to interview her in an exclusive leafy suburb.
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