Susan Hayward (1940's). Still have a huge crush ♡ on this underrated jewel. My wife curiously, has started to grow her hair out..

Susan Hayward (1940's). Still have a huge crush ♡ on this underrated jewel. My wife curiously, has started to grow her hair out..

SUSAN HAYWARD. Born: Edythe Marrenner. June 30th, 1917 in Brooklyn, New York City, USA. Hayward died  on March 14, 1975 (age 57) of Pneumonia-related complications of Brain Cancer.

SUSAN HAYWARD. Born: Edythe Marrenner. June 30th, 1917 in Brooklyn, New York City, USA. Hayward died on March 14, 1975 (age 57) of Pneumonia-related complications of Brain Cancer.

Susan Hayward, called my hometown her hometown in the 60s. Her home in Carrollton l, Georgia still stands across the street from the Catholic Church where is is buried. She and her second husband donated the land the church is built on now .

Susan Hayward, called my hometown her hometown in the 60s. Her home in Carrollton l, Georgia still stands across the street from the Catholic Church where is is buried. She and her second husband donated the land the church is built on now .

EDYTHE MARRENNER a.k.a. "SUSAN HAYWARD" (Actress)  BIRTH:  June 30, 1917 in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.  DEATH:  March 14, 1975 in Hollywood, California, U.S.A.  CAUSE OF DEATH:  Brain Cancer  CLAIM TO FAME:  I Want to Live!

EDYTHE MARRENNER a.k.a. "SUSAN HAYWARD" (Actress) BIRTH: June 30, 1917 in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. DEATH: March 14, 1975 in Hollywood, California, U.S.A. CAUSE OF DEATH: Brain Cancer CLAIM TO FAME: I Want to Live!

Susan Hayward - "When you're dead, you're dead. No one is going to remember me when I'm dead. Oh, maybe a few friends will remember me affectionately. Being remembered isn't the most important thing, anyhow. It's what you do when you are here that's important."

Susan Hayward - "When you're dead, you're dead. No one is going to remember me when I'm dead. Oh, maybe a few friends will remember me affectionately. Being remembered isn't the most important thing, anyhow. It's what you do when you are here that's important."

Susan Hayward, 1941

Susan Hayward, 1941

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