All was apparently forgiven, though, as she made five more pictures at MGM before she retired in 1942.
It is rumored that she gave MGM some trouble at one point, because in 1941 she was "loaned" to ultra-low-rent studio Producers Releasing Corporation (one of the smaller production companies) for one picture Gambling Daughters, a fate that usually befell actors who had displeased the higher-ups at the studios.
In 1938 she married actor Robert Baldwin, who helped her to become a naturalized citizen in 1940.
She was in the original Hardy film, A Family Affair, in 1937, and though the subsequent films had a largely different cast, she remained.
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