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  1. Teri Garr, Mr Mom, 1983.    In his first starring role, Michael Keaton was the sudden house husband. His working wife - Mrs Dad? - was selected from Allen, Garr, Valerie Curtin, Farrah Fawcett and Sally Field.
  2. Rebecca DeMornay, The Runaway Train, 1984.    Due in 1970 as Akira Kurosawa’s first film  in America, the project was cancelled due to heavy snowstorms (and budget hassles) in the upstate New York. Cannon’s much ridiculed Go-Go Boys, Israeli cousins Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus, wisely invited Russian director Andrei Konchalovsky aboard - and really shaking  up the 1986 Cannes festival. Kurosawa had wanted Henry Fonda as the railwayman aboard a fast moving train without a driver - just Peter Falk as an escaped convict.  In  the other AK’s version, the railwayman was a woman - an unrecognisable De Mornay substituting Allen. 
  3. Isabella Rossellini, Blue Velvet,1985.  The legends vary…  1.  Auteur David Lynch’s first choice for Dorothy Valens was the German star Hanna Schyguylla.  2. Lynch wrote Dorothy for Harry but she‘d had enough of weirdoes. 3. He moved on to Karen Allen, Rebecca De Mornay, Jodie Foster, Debbie Harry, Helen Hunt, Angelica Huston, Diane Keaton, Helen Mirren, Cybill Shepherd, Sissy Spacek, Sigourney Weaver, Debra Winger - most found Dorothy’s script way too erotic. 4.Lynch then met Isa in a NYC restaurant and fell head over clapperboard in love. Literally.




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