By Roseann Biederman
<h2>The so much depended on consultant to Songwriting Success</h2>
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On the first he bonds with local homemakers, encouraging them to send him pies and give him their allegiance, which he readily puts aside as soon as a better deal comes along. On television he’s a mattress salesman and pitchman for Vitajex, an energy tonic that’s only real claim is that it won’t hurt anybody. ” But then, as the train pulls out, he drops the folksy mask: “I’m glad to shake that dump,” he says. Marcia is shocked, and Rhodes retracts the remark, but it’s a preview of what’s to come—and of a much more public statement he will not be able to undo.
Even before he leaves the cell, he demonstrates his gift for engaging his audience, but he also proves a quick study who first apprehends the power of electronic media through his appearances on the local show that gives the movie its name. Tough Guys, Early 3-D, and a Sharpshooter in Pigtails Rhodes possesses all the traits later seen in Sherriff Andy Taylor of the famed Andy Griffith Show just three years later—he has an easy smile, exudes warmth, tells downhome stories, and strums his way into the hearts of his listeners.
His first marriage failed. His mother, ravaged by alcoholism, killed herself by eating insecticide. The despondent star shot himself in a 1962 suicide attempt. Asked the year before what he would change in his life if given the opportunity, he gave a succinct answer— everything. In 1964, apparently accidentally, he finally burned the house down for good, this time by mixing alcohol and sedatives. Ladd was fifty. Movies, like other forms of celebrity (sports, politics, and music), are a dangerous business for those at the top.