Angie Dickinson on Becoming a Sex Symbol

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Actress Angie Dickinson became known as a Hollywood sex symbol through her early film appearances and in her groundbreaking role as Sgt. Leanne "Pepper" Anderson in "Police Woman." She describes her feelings about it and her efforts to be considered an accomplished actress.

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