Appeared (as "Elizabeth Gerard") in "Nice Women" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by William A. Grew. Directed by W.B. Friedlander. Longacre Theatre: 10 Jun 1929-Aug 1929 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: George Barbier
, Edward Broadley
, Hope Drown, Albert Hayes, Helen Joy, Lottie Linthicum, Warren McCollum, Verree
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had the reputation of being a ladies man. We made two pictures together, Merrily We Go to Hell
(1932) and Good Dame
(1934). But he never laid a hand on me, never made a pass at me! Freddie was happily married. He'd tease me by saying, "Look at those boobs!" or "Look at that toosh!". But it was all in fun.
Sylvia's first marriage was to Random House publishing president Bennett Cerf
, who later served as the avuncular panelist on the popular nighttime game show What's My Line?
(1950) of the 1950s and 1960s. Married on October 1, 1935, they separated three months later and divorced after just eight. Cerf later quipped, "One should never legalize a hot romance.".