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Actress Patricia Charbonneau.

Actress Patricia Charbonneau. She now stars in two films: the cop/action film "Shakedown," and the erotic thriller "Call Me," about a writer who responds the wrong way to an obscene phone call. Charbonneau's previous roles include the lesbian who seduces a college professor in "Desert Hearts," an independent film based on a novel by Jane Rule. Charbonneau also has a recurring role as Inger Thornson in the NBC television series "Crime Story."

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Other segments from the episode on June 8, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, June 8, 1988: Interview with Elie Weisel; Review of the "Great Recordings of the Century" albums; Interview with Patricia Charbonneau; Commentary on American Sign Language.

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