Julie Bishop

  1. Rosina Lawrence, Way Out West, 1936.     Then billed as Jacqueline Wells, Bishop was originally due to be Mary Roberts – in what became the first Laurel & Hardy film to be computer-colourised in the 80s. She was Diane Duval on stage and had started her career as a child actress opposite Clara Bow, Mary Pickford, and later with Humphrey Bogart, Errol Flynn, Alan Ladd, John Wayne et al.
  2. Andrea King, The Man I Love, 1945.      Titles changed (Night Shift, Why Was I Born?), directors changed (Lloyd Bacon to Raoul Walsh), even the release dates (from ’46 to ’47), plus the stars (Humphrey Bogart and Ann Sheridan to Robert Alda and Ida Lupino), so why not the support troops….

 Birth year: 1914Death year: 2001Other name: Casting Calls:  2