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In October 1935 the ownership team expanded, Skull I’m social distancing fuck off shirt with financier Floyd Odlum leading a syndicate that bought 50 percent of RCA’s stake in the company; the Rockefeller brothers, also major stockholders, increasingly became involved in the business. While RKO kept missing the mark in building Hepburn’s career, major stars Cary Grant and Barbara Stanwyck joined the studio’s roster—though Stanwyck would have little success during her few years there. Grant was a trendsetter, one of the first leading men of the sound era to work extensively as a freelancer, under nonexclusive studio deals, while his star was still on the rise. Ann Sothern starred in seven RKO films between 1935 and 1937, paired five times with Gene Raymond.

 

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