Payday Loans
John Loder (1898-1988)

  1. Henry Wilcoxon, Scotland Yard, 1939.       Warner Baxter was to play the lead - all three of him! The crooked Dakin Barrolles, the banker Sir John Lasher… and Barrolles disguised as Lasher after plastic surgery! Apparently, make-up tests failed. George Sanders was drafted in and objected to “one part of the dual  role.” Zanuck immediately suspended him and called up John Loder. No? OK, Wilcoxon.
  2. Nils Asther, Love, Honour and Goodbye, 1944.     THE STORY OF A LOVE THAT QUARRELED WITH FATE AND WON… screamed rhe poster on behalf of Asther, Virgina Bruce and Victor McLaglen.
  3. Claude Rains, Mr Skeffington, 1943.        Loder, Paul Henried, Paul Lukas, James Stephenson and Richard Waring were on the titular short-list. Loveless marriage or not, Bette Davis wanted her older screen husband to be her favourite male partner. And at Warner Bros, whatever Bette wanted, Bette got. For a while.




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