Scott Sandell is the Los Angeles Times’ newsletter editor. Since starting at The Times as an intern, he has worked as a reporter, copy editor, assignment editor and as the online arts and entertainment editor. He speaks German and Mandarin.
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The horror. The horror! Welcome to the latest edition of the Classic Hollywood newsletter.
It was a role Susan Sarandon was in some ways destined to play: the tempestuous Bette Davis.