George Sorel

  1. Irving Pichel, Jezebel, 1937.     The Warner Bros Daily Production and Progress Reports confirm that  Paul Boyer, Rafael Corio, Jean De Briac, Tony Paton and George Sorel  tested for Huger,  ,  with the titular Bette Davis in  the film known  as the black-and-white Gone with the Wind!   The Odessa-born Sorel made 107 Hollywood films, usually uncredited – from  several doctors and cops to a   Bored Sentry Reading Newspaper in  Gary Cooper-Ingrid Bergman’s For Whom The Bell Tolls in 1942. Pichel acted in 75 films and directed 40 others, including The Bride Wore Boots, Mr Peapody and the Mermaid, Destination Moon, Martin Luther. PS. Jezebel was released in the US on the day I was born: March 26, 1938.
  2. Henry Travers, Thrill Of A Romance, 1944.   Change of Hobart Glenn in what was first called Thrill Of A New Romance. Wonder how many  meetings the suits required to  come up with the new title.

 Birth year: 1901Death year: 1948Other name: Casting Calls:  2