She appeared in the original Broadway one woman production of "The Belle of Amherst" from April 28, 1976 to August 8, 1976 in New York City.
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Some people asked me, 'Why do you have to cry so much in [stage play] 'The Last of Mrs. Lincoln?' My answer was that she was always crying. She couldn't speak of her children who died, without crying. And after the assassination, her whole life was gone. She clung to the pain. As actors, that's what we deal with. My mother used to say to me, 'But you're so dramatic.' Yes, I'd say, that's what I'm...
, in his autobiography "A Life," said that he was grateful to have Harris on the set of East of Eden
(1955) because she had a calming influence on James Dean
. Kazan praised Harris as both an actress and as a human being.
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