(Summer 1949) She acted in Moss Hart's play, "Light Up The Sky," in a Kenley Players production in Lakewood Park Theatre in Barnesville, Pennsylvania. John Kenley was artistic director.
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On the "Barrymore Legacy": "Damn them for giving me nothing and taking it away before I had it! Damn mother for her grandness and her indifference and her disdain of me, and damn daddy for the crazy, mixed-up life he led and the daughter he never gave a damn for, and damn uncle Lionel for treating me like the boarding-school bitch I am, and damn aunt Ethel who doesn't even know I'm alive, and ...
Her second husband was John R. Howard, a one-time top professional tennis player. The marriage quickly flared out of control in drunken fights and jail sentences. Split up within months, it took her three years to rid herself of the man who sponged off of her. He later was convicted on a charge of violating the Mann Act and participating in white slavery.