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This is a profile of Hollywood star Veronica Lake (4' 11": 1922 1973) that appeared on the newsstands during the Christmas of 1944:

"One of the most acute problems in Hollywood is Veronica Lake. Where, and at what precise moment her time-bomb mind will will explode with some deviation from what studio bosses consider normal is an ever-present question. Hence, the grapevine of the movie industry always hums with rumors that unless Miss Lake 'behaves', she will no longer be tolerated, but cast into oblivion."

Her response:

"Women are always trouble to unimaginative men..."

(No truer words have 'ere been spoken - but to be fair, it should be remembered that the actress suffered from schizophrenia...)

Click here to read about Marilyn Monroe and watch a terrific documentary about her life.

     


Veronica Lake (Click Magazine, 1944)

Veronica Lake (Click Magazine, 1944)

Veronica Lake (Click Magazine, 1944)

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