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Sharon Gurney

1. - Susan George, The Looking Glass War, 1969. Battling to play Susan  - added to sex-up John Le Carré’s fourth book - were Susan, Sharon, Juliet Harmer.  Penelope Horner. The Lolita-esque Susan won; well, her spy lover (a woefully miscast Christopher Jones) looked a teenager, himself. All that the ten-years-older Sharon had in common with sweet Sue  was her sex - and her initials.

2. - Pamela Franklin, Sinful Davey, 1968. Trouble with  John Huston directing the Scottish Tom Jones - the  real-life grave-robbing, maid-snatching, wife-stealing, jail-breaking, jewel-thieving smuggling pirate called Davey Haggart - was that he wanted his daughter as the female lead.  When  a test proved her wrong,  Huston capitulated, took scant  concern about  finding  a new Annie and later abandoned the film after his first cut. “Disastrous,” said producder Waslter Mirisch. “Unprofessional.

3. - Prunella Ransome, Man in the Wilderness, 1971. To be the wife of Richard Harris in Richard C Serafian’s dull Western.

 

 

 





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