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[on working with Joan Crawford
in The Damned Don't Cry
(1950)] [Joan was] the most cooperative actress I ever worked with--and very knowledgeable about what worked and didn't work for her in the story and in her career. When we were preparing the picture, she looked back over her own life as raw material for the character. She had risen from Broadway chorus girl to silent-movie dancer to wealthy ...
Romanced many of his famous actresses, and he wrote about them in his 1996 autobiography, "Studio Affairs." Though both were married at the time, he and Bette Davis
had an affair that began during the filming of Old Acquaintance
(1943) and continued through Mr. Skeffington
(1944) which was released the following year. His dalliance with Joan Crawford
lasted through three movies, and another with