By E. J. Fleming
Paul Bern, identified in the course of the motion picture company as "Hollywood's Father Confessor," earned a name for being a faithful and supportive good friend and for changing into certainly one of MGM's most precious and artistic administrators. After his dying, although, he was once acknowledged to have grown so depressed and despondent over his personal obvious sexual inadequacies that he devoted suicide, and he will be denounced for trying to rape his new bride Jean Harlow. during this biography, the writer uncovers startling new evidence and argues that MGM knew the genuine tale of Bern's death--that an estranged, mentally unwell common-law spouse murdered him. MGM understood that the sooner wife rendered Bern's marriage to Harlow, its fastest-rising big name, ambiguous if now not bigamous, so the studio staged a suicide and launched into a truly public tarnishing of his reminiscence. incorporated are ninety three infrequent pictures, many misplaced for many years, in addition to 3 appendices analyzing the handwriting on an alleged suicide be aware and Bern's will and property.