Blank on Blank, a studio that renders audio interview in black-and-white animations, got their hands on a lost 1994 interview with the late Farrah Fawcett. The interview, with Larry Grobel, describes an incident in 1983 when a cab driver tried to rob Fawcett with a screwdriver. Look after the jump for the video, in which the one-time Charlie’s Angel lets rip a story of her empowerment floating on a stream of really foul, really entertaining language.
The story begins with Fawcett standing somewhere in the Theater District, trying to get to the Off-Broadway play, Extremities, she was headlining. In her desperation not to be late, Fawcett jumped into an unmarked “gypsy” cab, driven by a guy who actually just wanted to rob her.
Fawcett was one bad, bad lady: She not only called the mugger’s bluff, she turned the tables and threatened to use her stilettos as weapons.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on July 12, 2013