(Summer 1952) She acted in William Inge's play, "Come Back, Little Sheba," in a Kenley Players production in York, Pennsylvania. John Kenley was artistic director.
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Did You Know?
In the 20s, you were a face. And that was enough. In the '30s, you also had to be a voice. And your voice had to match your face, if you can imagine that. Jimmy Cagney and Eddie Robinson had voices that were as important as the characters they played. You knew what you were getting even before you paid for the ticket.
According to the July 24, 1944, issue of Time magazine, Blondell divorced Dick Powell
on the grounds of cruelty alleging that "when she objected to the incessant coming and going of guests, Powell crooned: 'If you don't like it, you can get the hell out.'".