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But, in 1957, she fell in love with Sammy Davis Jr., who, with his immense popularity, was breaking the race barrier of a firmly segregated entertainment industry.Sam Kashner chronicles the backlash against their affair, the alleged Mob hit ordered by Cohn which forced Davis to marry black singer Loray White, and the heartbreaking coda to the romance that Hollywood forbade.Cohn wanted to be known as the toughest, meanest mogul in Hollywood.He brandished a riding crop and slashed it across his desk to terrify employees.He was in the dark and suddenly the spotlight picked him up—he was electric, he was hot, it was almost a sexual thing.He was singing to Kim Novak, sitting at a stageside table; she had just finished work on Alfred Hitchcock’s the most challenging film of her career.Her marriage to Khan, a notorious playboy and womanizer, kept her out of pictures for more than two years, infuriating Cohn and further alienating her fans. Cohn wanted her in one of his pet projects, a biblical epic called until her then husband, Haymes, came into Cohn’s office with a marcelled beard and demanded to be cast as Joseph.“I’ll have that son of a bitch back in Argentina,” Cohn exploded.(Haymes, an Argentinean native, was always facing deportation.)Instead, Cohn decided to get back at Hayworth.
In this way you find yourself addicted to the adrenaline which 24 unleashes. I must admit that I look forward to the movie which is planned.threatened to become a national scandal on the eve of America’s long struggle for civil rights.It started in 1957 at Chicago’s most famous nightclub, Chez Paree.“I went from covering Al Capone to covering Harry Cohn,” Bacon recalls. At the time, Le Pavillon was one of the most famous restaurants in the world: Through its doors, at 5 East 55th Street, came the Vanderbilts, the Rockefellers, the Cabots, and the Windsors.When Cohn came in, however, the imperious Soulé seated him at the back, near the kitchen.