It was a large room with a row of tables covered with a long plank. The whole crew was there, Bellini, Garabaldi. ... Lots and lots of Italians,
most of them small and thin. Except for Bellini who was very short and very wide, and he had a nice human interesting face. Garabaldi was in
bluejeans with a beard to look like me and I was clean-shaven with a Brooks Brothers coat, new slacks and shined shoes.
Ben Garabaldi was standing next to me. He just stood and held his wine cup in his hand. In an interview a year later he was to tell people that he had drunk me under the table. I suppose actors imagine whatever they want to.