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For years I didn’t know her name but I loved everything I saw her in.
Her glamour, her style, her unique delivery – natural, funny, sharp – the little choices she made in her portrayals of sophisticated, yet relatable women that added so much to each and every film she was a part of.
I recently did a post on William Wyler’s, (1946) as part of a blogathon dedicated to Dana Andrews. It’s one of my favorites in all of film – the wonderfully touching scene when Al first returns home (The Homecoming), they see each other and embrace without a word. It wouldn’t work without her – an equal to the power of Fredric March.
I chose to limit my discussion in that post to the three main characters in the film, the three veterans who return from war and are faced with a changed world. I must mention I absolutely adore the brief shot that precedes the embrace in the couple’s hallway.
(As the famous Variety headline went, “HIX NIX STIX PIX.”) What audiences wanted was to see sophisticated, filthy rich grown-ups in sexually charged relationships.She was Hollywood’s biggest star, the undisputed queen of tinsel town in her prime, yet managed to play every single role in a manner that made her every woman, one we could all recognize as ourselves.