People, Aug. 22, 1960

The true Manhattan snob boasts that he never goes to the pier-fringed West Side except when sailing to Europe. In that spirit, Actress Tallulah Bankhead last week lamented to a New York Timesman that she will soon be forced to journey west to begin rehearsals for her first Broadway appearance since 1957, the title role in Midgie Purvis, a new farce by Mary Chase. Said Tallulah in her Far East town house: "I never leave the East Side. I haven't been to a nightclub in ten years, and the theater bores me—and besides, I...

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