"I still get a lot of letters from fans," says Peggy Cummins, sharing her memories of making a 1957 horror legend. She's a modest and charming subject with a very generous and sincere affection for co-star Dana Andrews and director Jacques Tourneur. Her character, Joanna Harrington, is probed, but Cummins' conclusion – "she was probably brighter than I was" – is evidently not quite true.
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