In these diary entries written between January and November 1933, Hollywood screenwriter Charles Brackett lists his activities: going to see the movies Secrets of the French Police and Frisco Jenny; going to Monty Woolley's house for a cocktail party; going to Alexander Woollcott's place, finding Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne there having tea; going to see Forsaking All Others, the Tallulah Bankhead play, with wife Elizabeth; having a conversation with Clifton Webb, who talked about the frightful time his mother had when he was born; moving his things to Otto Liveright's apartment; and going to The Green Bay Tree, the play produced by Jed Harris.
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