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    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    Well there are quite a few interviews with Bacall on youtube. It was a British interviewer I believe though it wasn't Parkinson. Unless somebody else can find it I assure you it exists and that's what she said.
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    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    I'm not making this up. I'll try to find it.
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    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    There is an interview with her on youtube where she can barely stand discussing the director or film and she just says 'suds.'
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    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    She was ashamed of the movie not Rock. 'Suds!'
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    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    And it is famously used by Cary Grant in Bringing Up Baby.
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    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    I do remember Malone in some early 70s interview with it might have been Rex Reed outraged that a family musical of all things involved itself with white slavery. And I bet Ross Hunter gave her a free ticket to the premiere.
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    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    Yes so it's been said. But I've never seen it so it might as well be Peg O' My Heart for all I know.
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    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    I saw Bacall in Applause at the Palace as a boy. Though extremely stylish with a charisma that reached Neptune she seemed so middle aged. Now I'm considerably older than what she was then. Sobering.
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    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    Malone became puritanical and religious in her later years. I wonder what she felt about this film then.
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    Press Release Criterion Press Release: Written on the Wind (1956) (Blu-ray)

    Bacall didn't like it. When an interviewer who was obviously a Sirk fan wanted to discuss it with her she practically rolled her eyes and clearly did not want to discuss it. She seemed ashamed by it. Overwrought soap opera.
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