To see more, visit Fresh Air. The late gay columnist Liz Smith said Hepburn slept with many. But Bowers says Spencer Tracy didn't want to be like them and struggled with his homosexuality. So many people were. Like us, says Stephen Fry. Slowly, Tyrnauer fills in Bowers' backstory.
Like us, says Stephen Fry.
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You'll also hear Spencer Tracy from a movie with Katharine Hepburn. Back in those days, people knew they were lovers. Scotty Bowers says he didn't take money for being the pimp to the stars, beginning in , when fresh from the Marines, he bought a gas station on Hollywood Boulevard that was the sight of many assignations - some in a backyard trailer, some in a next-door motel. Copyright Fresh Air. The documentary begins at his 90th birthday party at Hollywood's Chateau Marmont, after which Tyrnauer follows him to book signings, where he's met by people he knew from way back, as well as some who object to his outing lovers. At 11, he was sexually abused by an adult neighbor, except Bowers refuses to call it abuse and denies he was damaged.