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I think it just goes with the fact that they were brought up in a very secular culture.... They were just upper-middle-class, liberal kids. They just thought like all the other upper-middle-class kids," Sidney said. " The Callahans have moved from the large home in which they raised their six surviving children to a two-bedroom apartment on the Hudson River. The hallways are filled with family photographs, framed awards, trophies, and invitations to graduations. The Callahans describe their young years with so many children as "busy" and "hard," but they are clearly proud and happy parents.
IfI had it to do over again, I wouldn't," she concluded. " Lillian might say the same thing about her first marriage, and even her film career. At the end of the interview, she grew reflective and said: ''1'11 tell you, in parting, that recently I looked at some old photographs and I saw one of myself at eighteen and I began to cry. And I tried to figure it out. It almost makes me cry now. I wasn't tme to that person. " This, Lillian believes, is because "that person" was a girl. Not only did the conventions with which she grew up require her to be more docile than was her nature, they also denied her her first ambition.
This is what was unnatural about the 1950s. It was a decade that denied half the population 36 CHAPTER 1 a vast range of human aspiration and experience. The message about sex was also clear, if rather tired: While healthy young men were tacitly allowed to fool around with "bad" girls, they married the kind who kept their vittue. The cult of domesticity and the double standard were as true a partnership as love and marriage. Hollywood blessed this new flourishing of the old double standard. " In Pillow Talk in 1957, Day plays Jan, a freckled, wholesome interior decorator of some accomplishment and perennial virginity.