She acted in Harry Kurnitz's play, "Once More, With Feeling," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Donald Cook in the cast. Paul Leaf and Paul Stickles were directors.
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[about the attention she was getting as a cast member of the cult series Dark Shadows
(1966)] I feel positively like a Beatle.
In her 1970 memoir, THE BENNETT PLAYBILL, Joan Bennett said that she found "the accent on trivia" in the press about the lives of celebrities never ceased to amaze her. In that same paragraph, she listed many of the pieces of personal trivia about herself that were reported in the press (and were true): she loved peanut butter, knocked on wood for luck, made a great hollandaise sauce, loved fresh...
Often played untrustworthy but sexy femme fatales