The Importance of Being Wilde
Scott did a benefit for his daughter's school on November 11, 1995
Scott and Malcolm McDowell performed in The Importance of Being Wilde, a play based on the three trials of Oscar Wilde, his writings, letters and plays.
For reports, please pass through our experiences page.
Naomi's report is now in. This one is 6 pages, folks! : )
Thanks to SueGree, Naomi, and Cathy C.
Hollywood Bowl Reports
Scott performed for approximately 13 minutes during the finale at the Hollywood Bowl with Carol Burnett on July 26 and 27, 1996
Reports will be forthcoming as soon as I get them edited.
Since I don't know if there's anyone who still hasn't seen them yet-- I've been working on the new M&Ms site and haven't had time yet to edit--please e-mail me if you are interested in seeing the reports.
Thanks to all my friends for giving me all this work to edit... : )
The 5th annual Quantum Leap Convention was held in the L.A. area in February 1996
Check here for Leap Con 96 Reports and Photos
Scott did attend, though Dean could not make it.
Scott and Clive Barker 1995(?)
Transcripts from the chats on AOL of Scott and Clive Barker were available on the web.
If anyone still has a copy, email me
Pictures of Scott
A short article from the Hollywood Reporter
thanks to Deborah Enos
Article with quotes and pix on Bachelor's Baby and M&MS
Please check here for another article found about Scott on the web
The Mr. Showbiz web site
is updated weekly, so it no longer has a review of the Invaders and a photo of Scott, However it's probably a good site to keep tabs on.
thanks to Annie Mackin
Check this page for really outdated info on EastLeap in October
The Bachelorís Baby
AIRDATE: Oct 9, 1996 CBS Sunday Night Movie, 9PM
See pictures from the movie
Thanks to Sudey and Michael Dare (firstname.lastname@example.org) on misc.writing.screenplays
Anyone Can Whistle Interview
The only issue of Imagine has an interview Gail did with the producer of Anyone Can Whistle
The section on Scott is quite interesting--check it out if you can find it.
For more details, on Scott's movie, the Bachelor's Baby, please check out
Joell Wilkins' Con96 transcript as well as
A complete summary which can be accessed thru Gail Feldman's e-zine Imagine
Seen in a book store--
"Starlog's Sci-fi Heroes and Heroines." Had a nice article about Scott. It was under a Quantum Leap heading but was really pretty much all about Scott and the other sci-fi things he had done. It must be a pretty new book, because it talks about Lord of Illusions also. I forgot to look at the price, but it was hardcover so it is probabaly at least 10 bucks.
I finally saw it too--i'd bet $15
thanks to Maryilee@aol.com
There is a small article in Entertainment Weekly (9/39/97 issue) with info on the movie (Bachelor's Baby), and a picture and info on Scott, Chelsea, and the baby...
Cats Don't Dance
The May issue of Movieline mentions Cats Don't Dance, in a small blurb called "Toon Wars" About CDD, it says,
"Turner's Cats Don't Dance, a 1930s-style pastiche of great movie musicals, featuring Scott Bakula and Natalie Cole singing Randy Newman's original score, will no doubt get on screen faster than Universal's long-delayed animated version of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats."
Thanks to Margaret in N.O
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