Robert wagner and stefanie powers dating
Directed by Michael Tuchner, the script was adapted for television by Richard De Long Adams and aired on CBS.
Powers starred alongside John Barrowman in a 1991 London stage musical, Matador, at the Queen's Theater.
So, it’s no surprise that he was glued to Natalie Wood, a Cancer Sun. When Natalie Wood fell — or was pushed off the boat– that fateful day in 1981, she was in her second marriage to Wagner. It’s rather remarkable considering a bounty of squares and oppositions suggest they should have never been together. So, for the charts I’ve done lately where there’s been a lot of opposition, I offer this love story as a salve.
They instantly fell in love then all those oppositions pushed them out of love. Wagner also had a bit of Cancer on his 7th house (yay! All that with his Cancer Moon conjunct her Sun sealed the deal.
Then one night when they were both with other mates they ran into each other at a party and that sun-moon synergy flared up… IF you have these traits in a relationship, I’d say, ignore everything else, especially if you have a strong Venus link to a sun or ascendant.
they left together — and then parted each other in tears. Wagner’s love for Natalie Wood drove him to jealousy — a rare Aquarian trait. (on the other forum we talked about how Stefanie Powers and Robert Wagner got along so well on screen — with the chemistry electrifying the set.
Despite his long-standing affection for Stefanie, Wood had him by the heart — or rather by the Moon. Got any other Moon-Sun conjunction love tales from people with strong chart oppostions??
** Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor married twice.
Wagner thought Wood was being “emotionally unfaithful” the story goes. As I’ve said before that suggests she externally projects what his Venus craves). She has more than 10 years of experience as a professional journalist and six years of experience as a professional blogger.
On November 6th, 2017, Powers was honored by the Palm Springs Women in Film & Television Organisation (PSWIFT) with the "9th Annual Broken Glass Award" for her work as an actress, author and animal advocate.
PSWIFT presents this award to outstanding women from the Film and Television industry who have "broken through the glass ceiling" in the field of entertainment, the arts and philanthropy.
She appeared in the 1962 hospital melodrama The Interns, and its sequel, The New Interns in 1964. Coincidentally, her longtime friend and Hart to Hart series' star, Wagner, signed a contract with Universal, but did not guest-star on more shows than Powers did.
In 1965, she played opposite Tallulah Bankhead in Die! My Darling (originally released in England as Fanatic). Powers starred with Roger Moore, Telly Savalas, David Niven, Sonny Bono and Elliott Gould, in the 1979 British war adventure film Escape to Athena, in which a group of Anglo-American prisoners of the Germans scramble to liberate themselves and some Greek art treasures.The musical is directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell, with a book by Chad Beguelin and Bob Martin, and the score by Matthew Sklar and Nell Benjamin.