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Dolly Haas (1910-1994)

  1. Jane Bryan, We Are Not Alone, 1939.     Dolly collapsed due to the "highly emotional nature of her role" opposite Paul Muni in this James Hilton tragedy ("We are not alone in suffering injustice"). She made one more film only, Alfred Hitchcock's I Confess, 1953, having wed (for 51 years)  caricaturist Al Hirschfeld; their daughter Nina's name is hidden in every Hirschfeld work.  Hollywood-born, Jane was being groomed for Warners' stardom but only made two more films. She, too, having wed (for 44 years)  the love of her life, Justin Dart, head of the Rexall Drug empire and  one of Ronald Reagan's advisors.
  2. Margaret Sullavan, The Shop Around The Corner, 1939.     Talked with fellow German, Ernst Lubitsch, about a role in what he insisted was “the best picture I ever made in my life” -   despite having knocked off ther exquisite  Ninotchka while waiting months for his desired couple, Margaret Sullavan and James Stewart from 1938’s The Shopworn Angel.  Hass later wed the brilliant caricaturist Al Hirschfeld, from 1943 to her death.  (The name of their daugthter, Nina,  can be found hidden  - several times - in every Hirschfeld drawing).  


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