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signorelligirl:

“She’s a girl with tremendous ideals and standards. She lives by that old bromide - the show must go on. Personally, I’ve always thought that’s baloney. If an actor is sick I think he should stay home and doctor himself. But not Stanwyck. She’d get to the studio, if she had to, on a stretcher. When she gets on that sound stage she knows every line by heart. Not me. Why should I learn lines in advance when they’re going to change half of them, anyway, before I can get in front of the camera? But not my Barbara.”

 Robert Taylor ( Motion Picture Magazine, April 1949)

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