The motion picture business is not easy.  It was not easy then.  It was hard, really hard, exhausting too, in every way physically.  It was a six-day week, and Saturday night, it was the custom to ask at the end of the week — the actors having gotten up at 5:30, 6:00 in the morning to report to makeup.  Women had to report at 6:30 on the set, ready, dressed, up on your lines, and ready to shoot.  You would work until 6:00, 6:30 at night, but six days a week. The custom was on Saturday night to excuse the company at 6:00 for dinner and come back and shoot until midnight.  I can’t tell you how hard that was on us, and how the actors disliked doing it and the camera crew, grips, everyone disliked that very much. You know what I did to get around that?  Well, I suggested to the cameraman that we put dark circles under my eyes, that he photograph me very badly, and I would show up in the rushes, and then he would say, “What’s the matter with her appearance?”  “Well, she was very tired, Jack, after the week.” Finally, they abandoned that practice, at least they did with me.