Her remarkably strong voice which I think is proving the presence of her strong will power is as impressive
as the one of Katharine Hepburn's, and, of course, she is quite a performer and got an Academy Award for her role
in "Hud"(1963). But after the reception of it, she suffered a massive stroke and was obliged to spend
the next several years of her life bound in a wheelchair. In 1968, she came back to silver screen with the movie
"The Subject Was Roses"(1968) which brought her another Oscar nomination. Her romance with Gary Cooper
in the early 50s seems to have been well known to every movie fun at that time.