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She always told me we didn't speak but that I smiled. These men inhabited real life as securely as they inhabited the screen. So at the age of 14 I was walking up and down Hollywood Boulevard, looking the part, waiting to be discovered.
In the spring of 1949, Natalie Wood and I passed each other in a studio hallway at Fox, where we were both filming. I have to take Natalie's word, because I don't remember any of it. Fatal voyage: Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood aboard their yacht Splendor two weeks before the tragedy The movie bug had gripped me after I saw Cary Grant, Fred Astaire and Clark Gable playing golf.
As I looked at Katie for the first time, I felt a surge of responsibility - a different level of love than I'd felt before.
A few nights after Katie was born, I was out celebrating when Natalie came over and congratulated me.
When I was seven, my father, a property developer, moved us from Detroit to Los Angeles, where I attended private schools full of the children of famous parents.
It was another three years before I signed with Fox.
A month later, I invited Natalie to a premiere on what turned out to be her 18th birthday. Rejection or a perceived betrayal could trigger her.
I proposed a year after we started seriously dating.
The first time I remember really talking to her was at a fashion show in 1956.
Meanwhile, I was back doing what I wanted to do: making good movies, including The Condemned Of Altona, with Sophia Loren in Italy. In June 1962, Marion and I were having dinner at a restaurant in Rome when Natalie and Warren walked in. Neither of us could say what we were feeling but there was a strong vibe in the air.
Over the next eight years, we ran into each other a number of times.
So I went on my own and met Marion Marshall in Rome.
Marion, who'd been a model before she arrived at Fox, had divorced and had two wonderful sons, as well as a magnificent apartment in Rome. She was the right woman for me at the right time and she began to heal my wounds. After the exchange of pleasantries, we looked at each other. 'Miss you, too.' Marion and Warren were there during our little moment.