Appeared (as "Anne Royce McClain") in "A Talent for Murder" on Broadway. Written by Jerome Chodorov
and Norman Panama
. Directed by Edwin S. Lowe. Biltmore Theatre: 1 Oct 1981-6 Dec 1981 (77 performances + 11 previews). Cast included: Jean-Pierre Aumont
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[after having been asked to write her autobiography] Books written by actresses are for the birds. Besides, what would I write? That somebody was looking for an Italian type to play the ingénue in a film and I might do?
Most shots of her in her films were of her left profile. She considered her left side to be her best and only rarely allowed full face or right profile shots; an injury to her nose had created a bump on the right. Once an entire set had to be rebuilt so she wouldn't have to show her right side, resulting in some cameramen calling the right side of her face "the dark side of the moon".