Backstage at a 50s burlesque show
Clowning with co-star Stewart Granger between scenes of Salome during its 1952 filming.
Marlene Dietrich visits the set of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, 1966:
She watched quietly from the sidelines while all four actors went through their paces. When the scene was over, Dietrich ran up to Richard Burton and fawned over him, telling him he’d surely win an Academy Award for his performance. She then kissed Elizabeth on the cheek and said, “Darling, everyone is so fantastic! You have a lot of guts to perform with real actors.”
Elizabeth just smiled. She then said, “Yes, I do. And when I get home, Marlene, Richard and I are going to fuck like bunnies.”
-Excerpt from Furious Love by Kashner and Schoenberger