It had scattered brief runs in the 1940s, earning scathing reviews.
She was unaware what he had done, and she says she has been forever traumatized.It is probably the life that you are used to living, but it is not okay," said Jackie Hieb, who fled with Neugebauer.Jackie Hieb was dating Michael Neugebauer at the time of the murders, and she went out of her way to report the abuse that was happening in that house, but nothing happened and the father even threatened her.The Neugebauer house had a reputation; physical and sexual abuse.Attempts to get help for those victimized in the home, witnesses say, fell on deaf ears."I kept saying, this is not okay.WATCH PART 2 OF THIS STORY HERE: 'I did not intend to kill anyone': ND murderer Neugebauer sends rare email to then-girlfriend from prison"His dad was standing there with a hammer, saying I will kill you if you have anything to do with my family, said it took these murders from something to be done," said Hieb.At times, Jackie says, the behavior became bizarre."His dad actually ran my dog over and made Mike clean it up," said Jackie.Her only other notable film was Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, a 1953 musical based on the novel by Anita Loos. For many years she served as television spokeswoman for Playtex bras, and in the 1980s she made a few guest appearances in the TV series The Yellow Rose.She and Monroe teamed up to sing Two Little Girls From Little Rock and seek romance in Paris. " In 1955, she made the sequel Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (without Monroe) and starred in the Westerns The Tall Men, with Clark Gable, and Foxfire, with Jeff Chandler. She was born Ernestine Jane Geraldine Russell on June 21, 1921, in Bemidji, Minnesota, and the family later moved to the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles.Howard Hawks, the director, was one of Hollywood's most eminent and autocratic filmmakers, who rankled under producer Hughes' constant suggestions and finally walked out.The film's rambling, fictional plot featured Russell as a friend of Billy the Kid as he tussles with Doc Holliday and Sheriff Pat Garrett.