EX FILM - “SUSAN CABOT” ZINE

EX FILM - “SUSAN CABOT” ZINE

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Susan Cabot had a hard start in life. 8 foster homes left a permanent scar but she used her talented voice and stunning looks to make her way into the lower rungs of Hollywood films, appearing in several major studio features in the 1950s before a short stint in B-movies under Roger Corman.
Tabloid news at the time reported primarily on her appearance and male companions, one of whom was Hussein bin Talal, the King of Jordan. Cabot's final leading role was in The Wasp Woman, a 1959 Corman production which would later gain cult fandom. Shortly after, Cabot would give birth to a son with dwarfism who she would treat with experimental drugs in the Encino mansion in which the two would live out their reclusive lives. In 1986, this house was the scene of a gruesome murder. Enter ninjas, mental illness, matricide and the CIA.
Cabot's life in the media is presented here in this 72 page booklet.

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