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58 She was actually a feisty Scottish widow who rarely smiled and hardly ever laughed. Mayer paid her $250 a week, the same salary paid to MGM stars. For the next 30 years “Kay” never asked for a raise, believing Mayer should o›er her one. He never did, and to the day she died in ¡953 she was paid $250 a week. Kay was as powerful as her boss. She controlled who got to see him. She decided what problems were passed on and what problems went to Strickling or Mannix. A casual mention that Mayer should “take a look at” someone could make a career, and she was responsible for some of MGM’s biggest finds.
Thalberg was searching for new meanings in life, Mayer satisfied with the old. ”62 Thalberg believed that a studio must control every aspect of the filmmaking process— everything. This unwavering core belief would direct Thalberg’s entire career. ” Thalberg had a photographic memory for details. When Harry Rapf accused Thalberg of not reading a scenario, Thalberg listed from memory 50 individual scenes in order. ”63 As a person he was uniquely aloof. Everyone — even his closest managers— thought him unapproachable.
The casting o‡ces were just west of the main entrance with a separate entrance so casting directors and sta› could walk outside and check the lines that formed every morning before sunrise (it also o›ered a quick exit for unfortunates who endured the private interview rooms in the casting department). Most of the people in the casting lines carried costumes or were in costume if they knew of a particular type of film was being made, and casting people walked the lines choosing from among the hundreds of hopefuls.