The Naked Genius. Comedy. Written by Gypsy Rose Lee
. Scenic Design by Frederick Fox. Costume Design by Billy Livingston. Directed by George S. Kaufman
. Plymouth Theatre: 21 Oct 1943- 20 Nov 1943 (36 performances). Cast: Joan Blondell
(as "Honey Bee Carroll"), Frieda Altman
(as "Mrs. Davis"), Mary Ashworth (as "Gladys"), Bertha
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[on Clark Gable
] It was the joy of your life to know Clark Gable. He was everything good you could think of. He had delicious humor, he had great compassion, he was always a fine old teddy bear. In no way was he conscious of his good looks, as were most other men in pictures at that time. Clark was very unactorly.
Her son, Norman Scott, was born on November 2, 1934. He was born in the breach position, with the cord wrapped around his neck. Her labor was complicated, due to a fractured coccyx, and lasted twenty hours.