“It’s the good girls who keep diaries; the bad girls never have the time.”
– Talullah Bankhead
If claims that the actress slept with ’40 per cent of the British aristocracy’ during her eight-year stay in 1920s London are overblown, her reckless exhibitionism is well attested. When crew complained of her lack of underwear on the set of Lifeboat in 1944, Hitchcock’s laconic reply was: ‘I don’t know whether that’s a concern for wardrobe or hairdressing.’
Luv it! I can just see Hitchcock saying that!