"The Florentine Dagger".
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[on John Gilbert
] In the time of Hollywood's most glittering days, he glittered the most. There were no enemies in his life. He was as unsnobbish as a happy child. He went everywhere he was invited. He needed no greatness around him to make him feel distinguished. He drank with carpenters, danced with waitresses and made love to whores and movie queens alike. He swaggered and posed but it was ...
Wrote a number of radio plays during the 1940s. For the series "Suspense", he wrote "The Marvelous Barastro," "Beyond Good and Evil," "Crime Without Passion" and "Actor's Blood," which he also starred in (as himself). This seems to be something he enjoyed doing, since he also appeared as himself in a radio adaptation of his film Specter of the Rose
(1946) on "Inner Sanctum Mysteries". The Peter