In these diary entries written between January and July 1935, Hollywood screenwriter Charles Brackett talks about Win or Lose, a script that he was working with Louise Long but was pulled out suddenly; his teamup with Frank Partos for the horror film Terror by Night; his meeting with Cecil B. DeMille in relation to the movie The Crusades; his wife Elizabeth's nervous breakdown; his decision to sell the house in which he was born in Saratoga Springs, New York; Marc Connelly's divorce from wife Madeline, who was rumored to have an affair with Marc's best friend, Bob Sherwood, whom she eventually married.
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