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Gordon Oliver (1910-1995)

  1. Henry Fonda, Jezebel, 1937.     In May 2015, Twilight star Anna Kendrick complained about Hollywood sexism: she could not be confirmed for a film, she said, until  after all the male roles were selected.  Vice-versa in ’37… when Bette Davis had the  titular role (that’s  why she lost Scarlett O’Hara)  and director William Wyler tested four guys to play both rivals for her heart (already won off-set by Wyler!). The British Oliver, Dean Jagger, John King and Robert Whitney tested for  Rhett, er, Preston Dillard…
  2. George Brent, Jezebel, 1937.     …and also for Dillard’s ill-fated opponent, Ashley… er,  Buck Cantrell.  Warner’s $1.25m response to MGM’s Gone With The Wind opened on March 26, 1938 - the day I was born.
  3. Frank Albertson, It’s a Wonderful Life, 1946. 




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