ZASU


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ZASUZambia Amateur Swimming Union
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What does it mean, for example, to follow Zasu Pitts' recipe for fudge while reading her memories of being a professional actress?
Cast: Jack Oakie, Thomas Meighan, Marion Nixon, ZaSu Pitts.
(6) ZaSu Pitts (1898-1963) was an American actress, best remembered for her extraordinary performance Erich von Stroheim's Greed.
has published Hands with A Heart: The Personal Biography of Actress ZaSu Pitts by Gayle D.
As usual, the volatile von Stroheim, promoted by studio publicists as "The Man You Love to Hate," drove his crew and cast (including Zasu Pitts and a teenage pre-"King Kong" Fay Wray), with an insistence on authenticity and detail bordering on mania.
The 1963 film about a madcap race for buried treasure ran more than three hours and the cast included such comic heavyweights as Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, Phil Silvers, Buster Keaton, Ethel Merman, Mickey Rooney, Terry-Thomas, Buddy Hackett, Jimmy Durante, Joe E Brown, Zasu Pitts and Jonathan Winters.
STANDING at an incredible 8ft 6ins (and the tallest man in the world at the time), Clifford Thompson towered over ZaSu Pitts in the Hal Roach comedy Seal Skins in 1932.
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A story that illustrates in the most extraordinary detail how the everyday strivings of ordinary people can be inexorably undermined by their basest instincts, "Greed" charts the life of McTeague (Gibson Gowland) an ill-educated mining-town man -- part hulking ruffian, part sentimental fool -- who struggles to become a dentist in early-20th-century San Francisco and marries his best friend's girl, Trina (ZaSu Pitts), only to watch his fortunes decline.