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Stone never issued a statement about the accusations.
Stone’s most recent project, according to IMDB, was a TV series called “Guantanamo” he was working on with The Weinstein Company.
Netflix says the currently filming sixth season will be the last.
In recent weeks, many of Hollywood’s leading men and top directors have been accused of lewd and inappropriate behavior.
Their daydreams might have inspired the titles of two of her best-known films: "It's a Wonderful Life" and "From Here to Eternity" (Best Supporting Actress, 1953).
She also starred in three Elvis Presley movies ("Girl Happy," "Spinout" and "Clam Bake").
The cat-eyed dancer and Tony-winning actress was purr-fect in her most famous role as Catwoman, the slinky villain who had her claws out for Batman on the campy ABC series in the mid-'60s. The sultry-voiced Brooklyn girl charmed TV audiences and Emmy voters, who twice nominated her as Outstanding Leading Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as Emily Hartley, Bob's beleaguered wife on "The Bob Newhart Show."Judging from this shot, the Hungarian-born actress had yet to decide that "Green Acres" was the place to be.
Then again, the future Lisa Douglas definitely looks as if she'd be right at home in Hooterville, the rural oasis immortalized in the CBS series. The Swedish import was a teenage burlesque dancer in Kansas City, moved to New York in the early '50s to work as a chorus girl and, in 1970, died of a drug-related overdose at the tragically young age of 35.
The native Canadian was a dancer, chorus girl and, according to longtime Hollywood producer Walter Wanger ("Cleopatra"), "the most beautiful girl in the world." Alas, only her inner beauty was readily on display when she played ghoulish housewife Lily Munster on "The Munsters" (1964-66).
Following the accusations against Weinstein, many other women began speaking out against other famous faces, alleging the men had been inappropriate.
“The Graduate” actor has been accused of groping a then-17-year-old Anna Graham Hunter on the set of the 1985 TV movie “Death of a Salesman.” She alleged he “talked about sex to me and in front of me.” Hoffman has also been accused of being sexually inappropriate with a screenwriter in 1991.
Following the scandal involving Weinstein, Stone, 71, announced he was recusing himself from the series due to the involvement of The Weinstein Company.
He does not have any other current projects in the works.