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December 16, 2010



Told to me by Vincent Price: He and Coward were at a late-night dinner at the home of Clifton Webb (who lived with his mother in a grand Hollywood home.) After dinner, drinking and can-you-imagine conversation, Vincent went home and Coward passed out in a guest bedroom. In the very wee hours of the morning, Coward was awakened by Mrs. Webb, who said, "You'll have to leave now. Clifton knows I never let any of his boys stay the night."

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