Opportunity. Written by Owen Davis
. 48th Street Theatre: 30 Jul 1920- Nov 1920 (closing date unknown/138 performances). Cast: George Armstrong (as "Mr. Du Val"), Dorothy Betts (as "Amy Nelson"), W.A. Burnell (as "Charles Cooper"), Lily Cahill
(as "Joyce Wayne"), Cora Calkins (as "Hattie"), Richard Clark (as "Doctor Watts"),
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5' 7½" (1.71 m)
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We were all as blind as bats. Theda Bara couldn't see a foot ahead of her and poor Rudy (Valentino) groped his way through many a love scene and I really mean groped. They all used big reflectors to get extra light from the sun - that's how we acquired that interesting Oriental look. We didn't have any censors in those days, but we did have our own bosoms and our own eyelashes... And we never ...
In 2009, the first in-depth biography of Nita was written by Hala Pickford in, "Rudolph Valentino: A Wife's Memories of an Icon by Natacha Rambova".