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I concur with all your thoughts on Patricia Neal. One question I have though is she had a series of strokes at a young age, I believe she was 39 when the first one happened. Was In Harm's Way filmed before or after she had the strokes? If you watch the movie it is tough to tell if she did or didn't show some signs.
She had finished In Harm's Way (1965) and had begun work on7 Women when she suffered a series of paralyzing strokes. Neal went through years of rehabilitation and made a triumphant comeback as the mother of a returning war veteran in The Subject Was Roses (1968), earning another Best Actress nomination.
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