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Susan Hayward - Superstar


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I enjoyed watching Robert Osborne interview Robert Wagner before the showing of "With a Song in my Hear." My favorite part  was when R.O. said that this movie made Susan Hayward a superstar. I never heard R.O.  refer to her with that status before. It was also nice when R.W. referred to her as a great lady. RIP Susan - we remember the 50s.    

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I enjoyed watching Robert Osborne interview Robert Wagner before the showing of "With a Song in my Hear." My favorite part  was when R.O. said that this movie made Susan Hayward a superstar. I never heard R.O.  refer to her with that status before. It was also nice when R.W. referred to her as a great lady. RIP Susan - we remember the 50s.    

For the 100th time, Susan HayWard for SOTM. Thanks for the set-up.

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Robert Wagner seems to have formed some life-long friendships early in his career. It doesn't seem as though Susan was one of those, but his regard for her was clear. I particularly liked that she was able to keep working in the 1960's without going the horror film route, even though I have no doubt that she would have given her all to any such project. "Back Street" is a classic of its kind and "Stolen Hours" and "I Thank a Fool", her British-based films, are both effective melodramas. She was certainly the best thing about "Valley of the Dolls".

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