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She graduated from the eighth grade in 1913. More significantly, this was the same year Dunnie had her first acting experience. Appropriately for someone best known in later years for her screwball and romantic comedies, this first stage outing was in a school production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Her character of Mustardseed, a fairy 12 Cknpter O~le attendant to Titania, was known for her delicately comic and agile nature-a description which would have been equally at home in later reviews of Dunne's comedies.
16. Review of Leathernecking, Variety, September 17, 1930. 17. See my "Mr. B" or Corrlforting Tllollgllts about the Bison: A Critical Biography of Robert Benchley (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1992). 18. Jane Ardmore, "Irene Dunne: She'll Always Be Hollywood's Perfect Lady," Photoplay, December 1975,86. 19. Hyams, 12. 20. Dorothy Calhoun, "Irene Dunne Leads TWO Lives," Motion Picture Story Mngazine, September 1935,39. 21. Ruth Biery, "Irene's Secret Marriage," Photoplay, April 1931, 35.
Dunne still felt like it was "pick a number" time-a modest variation on all the actresses who tested later in the 1930s for the role of Gone With The Wind's Scarlett. Frank was very supportive of Irene's quest to get the Cirnarron part. Besides their marathon coast-to-coast phone conversations (which regularly averaged seven hundred dollars a month27),he frequently took what was then a grueling thirteen-hour cross-country flight to powwow with her over major movie decisions, such as obtaining the role of Sabra.