The Nut Farm. Comedy. Written by John C. Brownell
[credited as John Charles Brownell]. Directed by Harry MacFayden. Biltmore Theatre: 14 Oct 1929- Nov 1929 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Samuel Coit (as "Ezra Sliscomb"), Wallace Ford
(as "Willie Barton"), Helen Henry (as "Mrs. Barton"), Louise Huntington (as "...
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[on Joan Crawford
] Joan was a very driven woman and very insecure. While we were working at MGM [Reunion in France
(1942)] she was all about being a team and working for the good of the picture. I think she knew it was all coming to an end there, but she never commented on it to me.
Schafer had said she initially did the pilot to Gilligan's Island
(1964), for the free trip to Hawaii. Afterwards, Schafer was in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, on holiday when she got a telegram from the States. She read it and burst into tears. Everyone had thought Schafer's mother (who was ill at the time) had died, and offered their condolences, but Schafer had said no she didn't die, the reason ...