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May 18, 2012


Richard Kramer

Isherwood on screenwriters (he was one, of course) from his book THE SIXTIES: Screenwriters are people being tortured to confess who have nothing to confess." And he was so right.

I was taken to their house for dinner once, when CI was very much alive. I was seated at Don's end; at Chris's end, he was chattering away about the real Sally Bowles and Berlin in the early 30's. Don, in that unique voice, turned to me and said "What are your feelings about cats?" I remember we had shark, served by a maid. I would have liked to sit to Bachardy, as Edith Wharton might put it.

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