“At MGM, there was a first wave of top stars, and a second wave to replace them in case they got difficult. I was second in line of defense, behind Myrna Loy.” Rosalind Russell

Rosalind Russell 1940's - Candid - by Bud Graybill

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  1. Back when I was a flight attendant, I was handing a ginger ale to an elderly gentleman and he said, “Did anyone ever tell you you look just like Rosalind Russell?” I said, “No, who’s she?” He explained she was a classic film star, and I went home and looked her up, and watched her movies. She’s been a favorite of mine ever since.

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