First wife, Mrs. Joan Guinness, married Aly in 1936
after Guinness named him as corespondent.
Lady Furness reportedly lost Edward VIII to Wallis
because of 1934 flirtation with the youthful Aly.
Lise Bourdin, French actress, was attracted by Aly's
wit, gaiety and "mysterious eyes."
Gene Tierney nearly became Wife No. 3, but Aga opposed
another "movie" marriage.
Merle Oberon of London and Hollywood got a brief rush
from Aly, but no romance resulted.
Second wife was Rita Hayworth, and their spectacular
marriage on the Riviera in 1949 followed an equally spectacular
Three actresses, Irene Papas (above), a Greek star,
Yvonne de Carlo (upper right) and Joan Fontaine, attracted Aly in the early
'50s. All of them denied serious romantic thoughts, but all of them also agreed
that he was "a very nice man" and "not a wolf, as reports have
Old friend Elsa Maxwell once wistfully said of Aly:
"If I were 40 years younger...."
Daniele Delorme is shown here as she appeared in a
1950 French motion picture called l'Ing�nue libertine.
Kim Novak eyes Aly soulfully at a big Hollywood
charity benefit party. They danced often, but Kim later said: "I met him,
I've danced with him, but I haven't romanced with him."