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“The woman turned around, and it was Roman’s wife.” Longworth said the humiliations for Tate continued.
Polanski, the film auteur, was an early adopter of the home video camera.
Maybe Polanski finally proposed marriage to Tate because he knew he wouldn’t get too much resistance from her in his desire to sleep with other women.
They married in January 1968 in a hastily arranged wedding at the Playboy Club in London.
“Sharon and Roman’s love was real, but their relationship wasn’t perfect,” Longworth said.
Despite Tate’s hope that marriage might tame her husband — it didn’t. A., and he pulled up behind a woman, and yelled out a compliment to her on her beautiful arse,” Longworth said.
But Roman convinced her that this was at least impractical if not impossible.” Longworth quotes one of the interviews Tate gave at the time in which she openly condones Polanski’s playing around.
“This type of behavior is just part of the man,” Tate said in one interview.
Perhaps because of the eagerness of young Hollywood to embrace the counter-culture in films and music, Manson was able to gain a foothold in the Los Angeles entertainment scene.
In fact, the traditional-looking, wood-and-glass hilltop home had been Tate’s “dream house,” says Longworth in one of two episodes of “Charles Manson’s Hollywood” that she dedicates to Tate’s story.
Most people are vaguely familiar with what happened early in the morning of Aug. Four of Manson’s followers broke into Tate’s house and massacred its occupants, including the 26-year-old actress who was eight months pregnant at the time.
On Monday, an attorney for Polanski issued a statement saying that the murder of the director’s wife and unborn son “still remains too painful for him to make a statement.” An excellent source for how Manson’s crimes fit into the larger context of American popular culture of the late 1960s comes in the meticulously produced 12-part podcast series “Charles Manson’s Hollywood.” With her focus on Manson, Longworth makes the very convincing argument that his story isn’t just a true-crime saga, or a larger American saga, it’s specifically a Hollywood saga.
She argues that Manson’s murders were his “fulfilled revenge fantasy” against a Hollywood establishment that frustrated and denied him his dreams of rock stardom.
After the career criminal-turned cult guru learned to play guitar in prison, he became friends with Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys and, more notably, with Byrds producer Terry Melcher, the son of actress Doris Day.