Manpower is a 1941 film about power company linemen starring Edward G. Robinson, Marlene Dietrich, and George Raft. The memorable posters for the movie proclaimed, "Robinson - He's mad about Dietrich. Dietrich - She's mad about Raft. Raft - He's mad about the whole thing." The film was written by Richard Macauley and Jerry Wald, and directed by Raoul Walsh. Robinson and Raft got into a fistfight on the set that was eagerly splashed all over the front pages of the nation's newspapers.
Gene Eliza Tierney, 1920-1991. Oscar nominated actress, wife of fashion designer Oleg Cassini, suffered from mental illness but battled back to become an outspoken opponent of shock treatment. Publicity photo for 1941 film "Sundown".