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Edward Arnold (1890-1956)

  1. Akim Tamiroff, For Whom The Bell Tolls, 1943.     It tolled for most of  the usual suspects for such a support role: Edward Arnold, Wallace Beery, Lee J Cobb,   even Charles Laughton and Edward G Robinson. 
  2. Walter Huston, Dragon Seed, 1943.       Insulting! Pearl Buck’s book had a point - exposing Japanese atrocities in China.  MGM made it a farce, with the unlikeliest-looking Chinese ever spawned by Hollywood… And  could only think of their usual paterfamilias for Ling Tan. Except Arnold, Donald Crisp, Frank Morgan and Walter Pidgeon  failed their Eurasian make-up tests.  Huston looked about as Chinese at as his daughter. Katharine  Hepburn.
  3. Lionel Barrymore, It’s A Wonderful Life, 1946. 
  4. Chester Morris, The She-Creature, 1956.   The veteran  Arnold died when due to be the diabolical hypnotist Dr Lombardi, so co-stars  Peter Lorre and Mike Connors simply fled . Morris  took over, opposite the lousily cast Tom Conway and Lance Fuller. Result: Another  Edward L Cahn Z-movie giving  schlock a bad name. 

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