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Agents change, studio-heads change, tastes change, but if anything has remained a constant in the West coast film colony it has been the fickle romantic tastes of all the various performers, directors and producers who toil in the vineyards of Hollywood. An old salt once remarked that if a Hollywood marriage lasts longer than milk it can be judged a success; with this old saw in mind, a wise anthropologist sat down, put pen to paper and seriously attempted to understand mating habits of Hollywood, California:

"It would be, I think, interesting to inquire why the stars marry so often, and there are, I believe, any number of reasons. In these very reasons you will read Hollywood's case against monogamy - a case built up by the peculiar problems of Hollywood people."


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Hollywood's Case Against Monogamy (Photoplay Magazine, 1938)

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