The classic tale of the Trojan War hero's long-delayed attempts to return home.
“We went to Italy to do Ulysses. The producers had hired Anne to do public relations for the picture a year earlier. The work in Rome was bedlam. During the filming, everybody spoke his own language—English, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish. No need to be quiet when you did a scene—it was all going to be dubbed later. I got used to playing intimate scenes with noise all around.” Ragman’s Son, 230-3