She tells several insider stories that were, at the time, 1938 not known to the general public. It was exactly one of these stories that became famous. She, in her role as UA publicist, attended the 1925 premiere in New York Mark Strand Theatre for 'The Eagle' and after the movie, upon his exit, Rudy's limo (with Ms Livingstone in it) was completely surrounded by over-eager fans.
In order to clear a path of escape for his driver, Rudy reached into a box of brass "Eagle" coins that were movie premiums given out by theaters. Rudy leaned out of the window and tossed the coins in all directions and as the fans scrambled to get them, it afforded them the ability to escape in the vehicle. Beulah Livingstone passed away on January 12, 1975
"Eagle" coin that is still a prized Valentino collectable today