Inger Stevens Puts Him To The Test
Is Inger Stevens looking for the perfect man? It would seem so. Fling with director Allen Barron fizzled, but Inger wasn’t gypped out of a fancy wedding. Her TV wedding to William Windom in Farmer’s Daughters created excitement, with expensive gown, reception, the works. “I wouldn’t be surprised,” she laughed, “if I actually did get married this year!” Sadly, Inger has had many disappointments in love. Usually she has been involved with her leading man or producer. Past romances with Bing Crosby, Anthony Quinn, Harry Belafonte, Peter Kortner (producer of ABC series) burst like a bubble. Inger lists specifications for man she will love: “real enthusiasm for living, warm and giving, genuinely involved with people, religious . . . someone who enjoys people, especially children.” Though her attitude seems to have matured (it won’t be “the romantic fling I once imagined”), her requirements sound like a demand for perfection. Writer George Furth, whom she’s dated for the past two months, may be the answer; if so,Inger is certainly putting him to the test.
It is a quote. MOVIE LIFE YEAR BOOK MAGAZINE NUMBER 38, JANUARY 1965