Appeared (Broadway debut) in "The Merry Wives of Windsor" on Broadway.
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[Twentieth Century-Fox] was a wonderful place. It was like a separate little world of its own. I remember the huge buildings full of antique cars, stagecoaches and varied pieces of architecture. It was just incredible, and so much fun to wander through. There were New York, Western and Midwestern streets, a Roman square, the countryside . . . it was huge, and an extraordinary place.
Never auditioned for The Ten Commandments
(1956). The part of Lilia was the last of the lead roles to cast. Cecil B. DeMille
instinctively asked her one day to report to Paramount to start work. He had followed her career and felt that "the hand of God" was on her.