dolittle

Rex Harrison as Doctor Dolittle. Richard Fleischer. 1967.

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  1. Ghost of Carole Landis

    Dr. Dolot?

    Personal life – Carole Landis

    Busby Berkeley, director-choreographer, proposed to her in June 1939, but later broke it off.
    ………
    In 1945, Landis married Broadway producer W. Horace Schmidlapp. By 1948, her career was in decline and her marriage with Schmidlapp was collapsing. She entered into a romance with actor Rex Harrison, who was married to actress Lilli Palmer at the time. Landis was reportedly crushed when Harrison refused to divorce his wife for her; unable to cope any longer, she committed suicide at her Pacific Palisades home by taking an overdose of Seconal. She had spent her final night alive with Harrison. The next afternoon, he and the maid discovered her on the bathroom floor. Harrison called a doctor and the police. According to some sources, Landis left two suicide notes, one for her mother and the second for Harrison who instructed his lawyers to destroy it.

    During a coroner’s inquest, Harrison denied knowing any motive for her suicide and told the coroner he did not know of the existence of a second suicide note.

    Carole Landis was interred in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California in plot 814 of the “Everlasting Love” section. Among the celebrities at her funeral were Cesar Romero, Van Johnson, and Pat O’Brien. Harrison attended with his wife.

    On her family’s official web site they claim that Carole’s death was not a suicide, they believe someone murdered her.

  2. chainedandperfumed

    I did not know this.

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