Sugar Dawn

  1. Cammie King, Gone With The Wind, 1938.
  2. Anne E Todd, Destry Rides Again, 1939.     “Universal was going to write in a part for me,” she told Mike Fitzgerald.  “But I had a pony at stables run by Victor McLaglen. I fell off the pony and got a case of poison ivy. That kept me out of Destry. But, Robert Tansey at Monogram,  contacted my father about doing Westerns, and that was how it began” – five oaters with  Tom Keene, one with Tex Ritter. “It wasn’t like work or making movies, it was like playing, like make-believe. Wonderful!” 
  3. Elizabeth Taylor, National Velvet, 1944.     Sugar and Taylor had both been in thje mix for Rhett and Scarlett’s doomed daughter, Bonnie Blue Butler, in ’39. Now they tested for Velvet Brown. And in a repeat of GWTW, Sugar lost and refused the offer of doubling the winner on horseback. “I’d  I had done too much by then to be an unbilled double!”

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