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Cynthia (1947) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Robert Z. Leonard and produced by Edwin H. Knopf.

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Cynthia at Hockaday – by David Leddick

By Neve on Jan 20, 2014 From The Baz

Ok, so in the first real post of 2014, we’re looking at the brief memoir of Cynthia Rathbone given to us by David Leddick her friend and colleague at Hockaday Associates. Answering some of our questions, though also adding several more, David tells us Cynthia died of “drink and d... Read full article


By Neve on Nov 12, 2013 From The Baz

Judging from the search terms that hit this blog and the steady trickle of emails I get on the subject, there is a fair amount of curiosity and/or puzzlement amongst Rathbone fans regarding the life and tragically early death of his adopted daughter Cynthia. It’s true that what we know a... Read full article

“Women in Pants: Manly maidens, cowgirls, and other renegades” by Catherine Smith and Cynthia Greig

By MargaretPerry on May 24, 2013 From Margaret Perry

Women throughout history have cast aside their cumbersome petticoats, crinolines, corsets, and bustles in favour of more practical bifurcated garments. Although we are still navigating the complexity of the body-image standards to which women are being held today, can you imagine being?arrested for ... Read full article

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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onJune 23, 1947 with Elizabeth Taylor, George Murphy and Mary Astor reprising their film roles.
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