I'll Cry Tomorrow
Singer, actress, and legendary drinker Lillian Roth's autobiography is called I'll Cry Tomorrow, which was made into a Susan Hayward movie. Lillian was married about eight times; several of her husbands abused her and stole her money. She was appeared in Animal Crackers (1930), Madam Satan (1930), and Ladies They Talk About (1933). Her tombstone reads, "AS BAD AS IT WAS IT WAS GOOD."