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Elizabeth "Betty" Hill acquired her small place in film history when she married twice-divorced director King W Vidor in 1932 and became his script assistant for the next several years, gaining co-writer credits on a few of his major films like the socially-conscious "Our Daily Bread" and "The Citadel." (King Vidor's two previous wives had been star actresses, Florence Arto Vidor and Eleanor Boardman.) Another responsibility that Elizabeth Hill Vidor acquired from her partnership with King Vidor was as step-mother to his three daughters, Suzanne (1918-2003), Antonia (1927- ) and Belinda (1930- ). Read more... confused with the British professor of Russian language and literature, Elizabeth Hill (translator of the comic novel "12 Chairs" from Russian to English).