Date:27.12.2016, 15:03 She won leads in the "The Locked Door" (1929) and "Mexicali Rose" (1929) and never looked back. From the beginning of her film career, she established the Stanwyck template: bright, beautiful, and ballsy - all on her own terms. She could play whatever the part required, whether it was madcap glamour in comedies like "The Lady Eve" (1941 tough-minded feminism in weepies like "Stella Dallas" (1937 or poisonous vixens in noir classics like "Double Indemnity" (1944). But the movie's power sprung from the self-sacrifice that Stella makes for her beloved daughter after the marriage breaks up. Choosing to give up her child so that she can lead a better life among the wealthy and privileged, Stanwyck's powerful performance earned her an Academy Award nomination - no doubt helped by the classic scene of her standing outside. Then I found out it's true. Q: You found out.? A: Next! The lady doth protest too much. 5. Of all the people Stanwyck was close to, her most consistent relationship was is with her very loyal, sometimes live-in girl Friday, the prototypical actress-turned-publicist Helen Ferguson.
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