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Conversations with Elizabeth Wilson — Part IV

EW: To have my career as I had it, I had to protect myself. I had to be positive. And even though I never became a star name, I still knew that I was pretty good, and that I had to take care of that, and that I didn’t want to slump down into the […]

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Conversations with Elizabeth Wilson — Part III

BK: Maybe Elia Kazan didn’t cast you in Splendor in the Grass, as we discussed a few weeks earlier. But you had quite a lot of movie activity in the late 1950s and early 1960s. EW: I did. BK: You played Kim Stanley’s “overseer” at the end of The Goddess (1958). EW: Yes. I’m not […]

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Conversations with Elizabeth Wilson — Part II

Here’s another excerpt from my chats with the distinguished actress Liz Wilson. I’m glad that people appear to have enjoyed the first installment so much. — B.K

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Conversations with Elizabeth Wilson – Part I

The other day, I wasn’t at my best and I began thinking about what could happen in that moment that would make me feel better. The first thing that sprang to mind was a good sit-down chat with Liz. By Liz, I mean the gifted actress Elizabeth Wilson, who was a close friend of both […]

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