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Jane Greer (1924-2001)

  1. Cathy O’Donnell, They Live By Night, 1947.   Greer and a Maine girl called Jeff Donnell were seen by director Nicholas Ray for Farley Granger’s squeeze…a girl named Keechie. Granger recommended O’Donnell. They then made MGM’s Side Street, released a few weeks after the much delayed Night in November 1949. Greer moved on to a better known ’47 pastures. Jacques Tourneur’s Out of the Past with Robert Mitchum. Now you’re talking!
  2. Hedy Lamarr, Samson and Delilah, 1949.     Far fetched notion.   Or, just plain... desperate!
  3. Gloria Grahame, Macao, 1952.     Jane’s career was stuck when tycoon Howard Hughes swore “as long as I own this studio, you won't work.” Because she had   slept with (and wed) Rudy Vallee.   Hughes ruined the marriage (lasting a mere eight months) yet saved her from this underwritten (unwritten, Gloria said) role of the villain’s main squeeze.
  4. Elizabeth Taylor, Giant, 1955.
  5. Angie Dickinson, Rio Bravo, 1958. 

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