It's easy to find a conspiracy. There is a great cast of suspects.
Lenore had slept with gangsters. She told me, "I loved Frank Costello."
Toni Mannix, a woman with a lot of money, a woman scorned...
Her husband, Eddie, head of MGM studios, who hated to see his wife hurt,
and Powerful Hollywood.
Here's the only known photo... of Bill Bliss. He arrived at the house after midnight, alone.
The story that he came with Carol Van Ronkel is not true. She was already in the house, drunk and
passed out in bed with houseguest Bobby Condon.
The photo was provided by his wife, Janet.
He remains an enigma.
(Photo courtesy Lou Koza) Here's George, Toni and his beloved dog, Sam.
George Reeves and Toni Mannix were a wonderful Hollywood couple.
They had 'dated' for almost nine years.
Her husband, Eddie, knew and approved of their relationship.
But, as it happens so many times, one of them was losing interest.
She was starting to show her age, and George was either going through a mid-life crisis,
or he was just growing tired of the relationship.
George and Toni had a very ugly break up.
Lenore Lemmon had entered the scene...
This is Art Weissman, in a TV tabloid program.
He was George's agent and manager, but he didn't know his way around the Hollywood studios.
Art was a good and loyal friend to George, but he was not the agent that was needed.
I blame him for most of George's failures to get acting jobs.
This is Eddie Mannix at MGM studios. He was one of the most powerful people in Hollywood.
Some people feared him.
Other people liked him. Everyone respected him. (Thanks to Lou Koza)