New York: Harcourt and Brace, (1938). First U.S. edition. Memoir of the British-American actress whose break-out role was the title character in the 1935 film "Bride of Frankenstein." Or, more specifically, a memoir of her life with the husband whose stardom eclipsed her own, Charles Laughton, who says of her "caustic" style of writing, "... the little brute does enjoy summing up relationships and situations in one shattering line" (dust jacket flap). 8vo black cloth boards; spine stamped in silver; top edge red; 269 pages. Illustrated with black-and-white photographs and linocuts in the text by Lanchester. Near fine with spine ends a little softened; in very good or better dust jacket with spine ends nicked and rubbed and touch of lightly rubbed creasing along top edge rear panel.