People, Mar. 14, 1977

That vampish young lady in black hardly looks like the type to drive a race car or ride a bucking bronco. Nevertheless, Susan Sarandon is an actress who takes pride in doing her own stunt work on the set. In The Great Waldo Pepper she climbed out on the wing of a biplane, and in her latest film, The Other Side of Midnight, she pretends to drown in a lake in Greece. "I had to spend three days in a tank with six men working agitators to make the waves high enough," says Sarandon. "It...

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