Hayworth was married and divorced five times.
The film was a smash, and Columbia cast her in a series of happy happy dancey dancey films with the master of the happy dancey films, Fred Astaire.
Hayworth in The Lady from Shanghai 1947 Hayworth's performance in Welles's 1947 film was critically acclaimed.
Cohn began to build up Hayworth in 1940 in features such as , , and.
He was heard to say her last name sounded too Spanish.
In 1950, he made his screen debut in The Great Adventures of Captain Kidd.