(7/2/43) Radio: Appeared as a guest on "Paula Stone's Hollywood Digest".
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[on D.W. Griffith
] When I first met him, I wasn't impressed. I didn't know. I was feeling my way around. We were all learning. It wasn't just Griffith. They didn't know what they were doing, exactly. They were trying, and a lot failed, and a lot succeeded. It took a year of working with him before I suddenly realized, 'Hey, he's pretty good, you know".
When writer Rebecca West
complained to her about the $10,000 she had been paid for her novel "The Return of the Soldier," Sweet paid her another $5000. Ultimately Sweet and Marshall Neilan
had to sell the property to MGM because they charged so much for rental of their British studios. Eventually the book was made into a film in 1982, The Return of the Soldier
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