But in Matt Tyrnauer's documentary, "Scotty And The Secret History Of Hollywood," he says he just wanted to make people happy, especially men who wanted men and women who wanted women, but would lose their careers, families and, in those days, freedom, if their orientation were known. In , the best-selling memoir "Full Service: After a while, those piles of trash seem metaphorical, the attempt of a man who made everyone happy to keep his own unhappiness at bay. Bowers then survived the hellacious Battle of Iwo Jima. He says when a priest took a shine to him, he made money off the exchange, then set up the priest's friends. You were in the closet, basically. This is why what I did at the gas station was so nice for people.
After what he'd lived through, he saw nothing wrong with pimping, say, fellow Marines or Hollywood hopefuls like the young Rock Hudson. Bowers then survived the hellacious Battle of Iwo Jima.
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Cary Grant looms large. But actually, all it is that Scotty's doing is revealing that these people were real. It's mainly about the man, how he came to do what he did and what he does now in failing health. His current wife, a lounge singer, is visibly uncomfortable and says she might not have married Bowers if she'd known his history. The late gay columnist Liz Smith said Hepburn slept with many. This is why what I did at the gas station was so nice for people.