Nearly ten years after Marilyn Monroe's surprise suicide, Hollywood reporter James Henaghan remembered his friendship with the star and their moments together:
"Her attitude was all wrong. She didn't slop all over a man who could write something that might well make her famous. She trusted me, not entirely, but a little too much. And when I began to ask her questions , she answered most of them honestly; and when she didn't know the answers, she didn't make them up. It was a lousy interview. But it was a wonderful two hours. Two of the best."