"The Way We Wore: Styles of the 1930s & 40s". Originally rejected by every major publishing house in the US, it was finally published in 1993 by Fallbrook Publishing Ltd. (ISBN 1-882747-00-3). An extraordinarily beautiful "coffee-table" tome with 500 photographs, it was created by Hunt and her friend of 50+ years, writer/...
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Did You Know?
I remember seeing Joan Crawford sweep into the commissary with a retinue in single file behind her. I thought it was pretty silly, but she was selling Joan Crawford, and she did a better than anyone else. I never learned how to sell Marsha Hunt.
Marsha was a strong consideration for the role of Melanie in Gone with the Wind
(1939), since the studio's first pick, Olivia de Havilland
, was having trouble being loaned out by Warner Bros. In fact, David O. Selznick
selected Marsha to play the role at one point but the following day the loanout worked itself out and Olivia was handed the part.