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.
From then on, Hayworth was in constant dance training.
Hayworth sends her kids to go live with a nanny while things get sorted out.
In fact she was shy and introverted.
From the 1940s to the 1970s, she was on top, but ''her screen career ended with her flight from London in 1972,'' when she was unable to complete a movie being filmed there.
She was the plaything of her studios and the media, and lived in the imagination of countless men and women around the world.