And Butterfly McQueen, R19, don't forget that.
--And the woman who played Belle Watley!
R42 Currently wins this thread. By a wide margin.
But oh how sweet it would be to find competitors for the throne!
--I need background entertainment for my Xmas Party
I'm a bit surprised at the relative lack of comments on R4's Dean-Newman screen test.
That had to have been buried for years, the sparks between them were so undeniable that I can't see a studio letting it see the light of day. Had it been in color I'd bet Newman's face and neck were bright red. I've watched it several times now. If you haven't watched yet I recommend you do.
Same goes for R9's post.
--And that's why I love the DL
Head was NOTORIOUS for stealing design credits.
Only Givenchy dared to sue, however, and he won.
--Mitchell Leisen. I designed Ginger's famous Lady in the Dark mink dress.
OP, R98: I posted the first and following posts about Liesen, de Givenchy, Head's notorious design stealing and backstabbing Banton, and yet you thanked r97. Well, I never. What a swell party THIS is.
Lucas and Spielberg desperately wanted Selleck for the first Indiana Jones film and offered Magnum PI's TV producers every accomodation and a small fortune to free him up for just a very few weeks to do the film but they would barely negotiate. Selleck was furious and devasted. He despately wanted the role. And then the Jones film wrapped up a few days early and he could have done both projects without either interfering with the other.
--R91 who just got pinched in the ASS-tor bar.