A Free Soul. Written by Willard Mack
. Based on the novel by Adela Rogers St. Johns
. Directed by George Cukor
. Playhouse Theatre: 12 Jan 1928- Apr 1928 (closing date unknown/100 performances). Cast: E.J. Barrett (as "Bailiff"), William E. Barry (as "Hooper"), George Baxter (as "Dwight Sutro"), James H. Bell (as "Bill Wilfong"), ...
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5 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
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[on Joan Crawford
and the horror films she made at the end of her career] Of course she rationalized what she did. Joan even lied to herself. She would write to me about these pictures, actually believing that they were quality scripts. You could never tell her they were garbage. She was a star, and this was her next picture. She had to keep working, as did Bette [Davis]. The two of them spawned ...
Although he won an Academy Award for _My Fair Lady (1959) and the film proved to be his biggest-ever box-office hit, he did not make another film for nearly five years after it. In this time, he was repeatedly frustrated in his efforts to launch new movie projects. These included: "Bloomer Girl,", a lavish version of the Broadway musical, to star Shirley MacLaine
; "The Nine Tiger Man", a version ...
He was often regarded as a "women's director" because his films frequently are centered around strong female characters.