The author then has the opportunity to submit the necessary modifications until final clearance for disclosure and publication is authorized.For further information, please contact: Prepublication Review Coordinator Phone: (540) 868-1697Prepublication Review Office Information Management Division 170 Marcel Drive Winchester, VA 22602-4843 The Record/Information Dissemination Section (RIDS) in the FBI Information Management Division is responsible for the release of records under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and the Privacy Act.If you are submitting your appeal through standard mail, both the letter and envelope should be clearly marked “Freedom of Information Act Appeal.” Please cite your FOIPA request number so that it may be easily identified.Note: Please do not send your appeal request directly to the FBI.If you submitted your request before July 1, 2016, your appeal to OIP must be postmarked or electronically transmitted within 60 days from the date of your letter in order to be considered timely.If you submitted your request after July 1, 2016, your appeal to OIP must be postmarked or electronically transmitted within 90 days from the date of your letter in order to be considered timely.Turner's reputation as a glamorous femme fatale was enhanced by her critically acclaimed performance in the film noir The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946), a role which established her as a serious dramatic actress.
During the early 1940s, Turner established herself as a leading actress and one of MGM's top performers, appearing in such films as the film noir Johnny Eager (1941); the musical Ziegfeld Girl (1941); the horror film Dr. Hyde (1941); and the romantic war drama Somewhere I'll Find You (1942), one of several films in which she starred opposite Clark Gable.
At the age of 16, she was signed to a personal contract by Warner Bros.
director Mervyn Le Roy, who took her with him when he transferred to MGM in 1938.
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