Rosalind Russell: Life is a Banquet
The star of Auntie Mame, His Girl Friday, Gypsy, and scores of other memorable films and Broadway shows, Rosalind Russell came into her own during Hollywood's golden era and was paired with many of the luminaries of that time, including Joan Crawford, Cary Grant, and Kirk Douglas. Late in life this pioneering talent was struck with severe rheumatoid arthritis, which derailed her career. Whether considered for her sophisticated comedy roles or dignity under duress, Russell's humanity shines through.
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