Sept. 10, 1944
The influence of Andre de Toth, the director, has been very important in the life of Veronica Lake. She is no longer the girl who doesn’t care. She cares very much now what people think of her, and she is eager to win the respect of fellow workers and to explain why she has done some of the things in the past that have brought criticism on her — not really serious things, but impulsive, foolish little exhibitions of her temperament.
From the Philadelphia Inquirer via Fultonhistory.com.