I was present, later, in her Pound Ridge house, during the time when Bankhead swore she would never take a drink again until Adlai Stevenson became president--a long drought that would have been unless you understand what she meant by "on the wagon. Her drink was brought, and she raised her glass high. Joan Crawford, exponent of jazz, cocktail parties and wild motor rides, takes her slim young self away from civilization and marries a cowboy, a thing that has actually happened, in our best social circles, according to the newspapers. The ceremony seemingly over, everyone started a hasty retreat from the mound of broken glass in the fireplace. She and the rest of the cast were brilliant!! Miss Crawford's interpretation is a spirited one, and should fine favor.
Clair directed the picture, and Sylvia Thalberg and Frank Butler wrote the story and continuity with dialogue by Joe Farnham. The misspelling of the word "presents" did not annoy the star as much as the top billing given the producer. Somewhat less patriotic than Tallulah, our host tiptoed gracelessly away, leading the rest of the guests to the various tables set up in the dining room. Toward the upper end of the socioeconomic scale - the zone occupied by Tallulah and Marlene - it was a different story. What are you drinking, bourbon? Red, white and blue cover art by C. In thus systematically invading her own privacy she was the first of the modern personalities. Bankhead made her name in films with Alfred Hitchcock's Lifeboat. An agonized groan emerged from Freed as everyone realized she was preparing to go through every five-star general, as well as those with only four, three, two, or one star--and most likely to continue onto and through the privates. But we must concede some artistic license in making a cow puncher attractive. To this mildest of reprimands, Tallulah reacted as though a volley of cannon shot had been fired at her. Freed had had engraved at Tiffany's. As I passed the room where Bankhead was treating Kern to what was surely going to be an all-night, captive musical feast, I could hear the basso profundo version of "Why do I love you? Martin's Press, ] lifts the veil on the private lives of early Hollywood's most powerful and uninhibited goddesses The audience shook the theater to its foundations. For an additional high, she popped and sniffed some odd capsules that her sister Eugenia insisted were used to revive horses that slipped and fell on the winter ice. By the time she made "Faithless," Tallulah obviously felt comfortable in front of the cameras; but, her off-camera antics got Tallulah black-listed in Hollywood. There were also a number of mass cowboy scenes with some very pretty music. Bankhead made her mark as a stage actress and held her own at a time when legendary stars like Katherine Cornell, Eva Le Gallienne, Laurette Taylor, even Alla Nazimova - lesbians or bisexuals all - paraded in the footlights. With this she backed me out of the room onto the terrace and pinned me to the stone wall So are you to my thoughts as food to life, Or as sweet-season'd showers are to the ground, she began in the well-known, husky voice and went on to the end of the sonnet without dropping a syllable. Again and again her attempt to contrive a cozy hearthside for herself and friends, lovers and colleagues would be frustrated by the overambitious scale on which she attempted to realize it and by her inveterate lack of discipline. On the private train carrying the Prescotts and their guests on a visit to the ranch, a young man of leisure and no morals attempts to transfer his affections from Elisabeth Prescott to Joan. She planted hundreds of daffodils and other flowers, put in a swimming pool that cost more than Windows itself and filled every nook and cranny of the house with guests and pets including a lion cub that she named after her friend Winston Churchill and that, once it grew old enough to start gnawing away on her guests' ankles, she handed over to the Bronx Zoo. Others expressed hushed disapproval of the hurricane called Tallulah. In a thank-you note to Tallulah, Redfern set down his recollection of Tallulah's response to a question about the hours that the butler might expect to be on duty. Lloyd Ingraham took the part of the father, and Dorothy Sebastian was cast as Elizabeth.
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