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Geraldine Page (1924-1987)


  1. Anne Bancroft, The Graduate, 1967.        “Mrs Robinson, you’re trying to seduce me…  aren't you?”  Despite his hots for Ingrid Bergman, Deborah Kerr and Jeanne Moreau,  Mike Nichols knew Dustin Hoffman’s seducer  had  to be American. And so the first $1m director ploughed through Page, Doris Day, Ava Gardner, Judy Garland, Susan Hayward, Rita Hayworth, Patricia Neal, Eva Maria Saint, Lana Turner, Shelley Winters. And the prerequisite outsider: Grayson Hall, of the 1966-1972 supernatural soap, Dark Shadows.

  2. Shelley Winters, What's The Matter With Helen? 1970.     Or for that matter… with Shelley?  A producer called Debbie Reynolds was fed up of battling Winters' tantrums and on-set music - "I play music to affect the emotional memory.  I don't learn words, I learn thoughts.  This is the only way I can work.  I've won two Academy Awards, you know."  Debbie arranged for Geraldine to take over.  "But we had so much footage, replacing her would put the picture $400,000 over-budget."  Debbie eventually collapsed with hyperventilation and said that Winters raced after the ambulance screaming: "Don't you dare die, Debbie. They'll blame me!"
  3. Vasiliki Maliaros, The Exorcist, 1972.
  4. Louise Fletcher, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, 1974.



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