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Leo Genn (1905-1978)

1. - Thomas E Breen, The River/Le fleuve, France-India-USA, 1951.  Among British names (James Mason, Michael Redgrave, etc) juggled by the legendary French realisateur Jean Renoir for his final film  in English.  His choice of  Breen horrified the author-scenarist  Rumer Godden, and proved the weakest link of an otherwise perfect film shot in India for six months and edited back in Hollywood for twelve.

2. - Marlon Brando, Julius Caesar, 1953. The idea was to use the togas and uniforms from Quo Vadis, 1951 - so why not an actor, too? The rather stolid Englishman impressed the MGM Front Office with his Oscar nomination as Nero's counselor, Gaius Petronious, but  producer John  Houseman only considered Brando. "There is no question in my mind that in natural equipment, temperament and application, he is one of the very great actors of our time." (Brando later pulled out of being Lady Chatterley's Lover with Genn as his cuckolded lordship).

3. - Trevor Howard, Run For The Sun, 1956. The ex-Lord Chatterley did not fancy the script (nor being the villain) in the second re-make of The Most Dangerous Game, 1932.


 





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