They wanted Guy Middleton instead of Kenneth More, and even Kay Kendall wasn't their first choice!
Because of double hip replacements, I don't play regular golf, but we do lots of putting with delightful people. It's most enjoyable.
I got a divorce eleven years later on the grounds of cruelty, which is still not easy in England.
During the last week of location work out on the Yorkshire moors near Howarth, I learned that I had become a Grandmother for the first time.
So I regard my part in Genevieve as a real challenge.
I actually enjoy wearing the corsets required in some period films.
There's no secret about mine-to do another Genevieve with John, Ken and Kay!
What a thrill it was to play opposite Maurice Evans in this brilliant, dazzling musical, based on the life of two of the greatest personalities in stage history.
Over my desk hangs a poster from The Railway Children that my husband had framed for me. It is so lovely to see the children smiling as they run down the railway track.
After all, a job isn't worth doing unless you enjoy it.
But I had promised my husband never to accept another engagement. It was not a very happy time for me.
I was a sickly child, contracting tuberculosis at the age of five.
It was one of the marvellous feelings of the film, having the music going in your head while doing scenes.