People: Jan. 19, 1968

A good year before she reached Eldorado in Bonnie and Clyde, Actress Faye Dunaway, 27, signed a six-picture deal with Producer-Director Otto Preminger, well known as the fastest litigant in the West. One turkey was born of that union—Hurry Sundown —and Faye went her own way to stardom. Now Preminger wants her back under the terms of their contract, and filed suit in New York complaining that she failed to show up for work as ordered for the beginning of a new picture. Otto wants damages, plus an injunction that would keep her from working for anyone else. Faye, prancing...

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