Hayworth attempts a comeback, appearing in Pal Joey and a few other musicals that mostly just make me cringe, like when you see Old Tom Cruise trying to be Top Gun Tom Cruise.
Eduardo Cansino needed help and he turned to Edward Judson, a character as loathsome as himself, a much older, thrice-married grifter and snappy dresser who claimed to be an oilman, though the oil he proffered was pure snake.
It was only when Haymes publically blackens her eye in a night club that she walks out.
Appearances in gradually more high-profile films — with Cary Grant and Jean Arthur in Only Angels Have Wings 1939 , with Joan Crawford in Susan and God 1940 , and a big hit in Strawberry Blonde with James Cagney and Olivia De Havilland 1941 — made it clear: Hayworth was a true star.
They aren't bad nor are they very memorable but at least they have some talent which is more than can be said for 95% of the cast.