"The Way We Wore: Styles of the 1930s & 40s". Originally rejected by every major publishing house in the US, it was finally published in 1993 by Fallbrook Publishing Ltd. (ISBN 1-882747-00-3). An extraordinarily beautiful "coffee-table" tome with 500 photographs, it was created by Hunt and her friend of 50+ years, writer/...
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Did You Know?
I remember seeing Joan Crawford sweep into the commissary with a retinue in single file behind her. I thought it was pretty silly, but she was selling Joan Crawford, and she did a better job than anyone else. I never learned how to sell Marsha Hunt.
Her father, Earl Hunt, worked as a lawyer and, later, a Social Security administrator, and her mother, Minabel Hunt, worked as a vocal teacher and organist.