People who spoil Deathly Hallows should be:
|Handed over to Filch||
|Handed over to Umbridge||
|Handed over to Fluffy||
|Handed over to Snape||
|Handed over to Griphook||
|Handed over to the Aurors||
|Handed over to Voldemort||
|Just handed over.||
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Dalton Trumbo was a contributing writer, but left because his interpretation of the novel differed from producer Preston Sturges. Sturges also left the production (and declined onscreen credit) because of artistic differences with director René Clair.
Veronica Lake and Fredric March did not like one another, due in part to some disparaging remarks March made about her. During filming, Lake delighted in playing pranks on March, such as hiding a 40-pound weight under her costume when March had to carry her in his arms. In another scene in which the two were photographed only from the waist up, Lake stuck her foot in March’s groin.
She is so funny…a 40 lb weight?? LOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!
Many scenes had to be reshot because of the behavior of Veronica Lake. Fredric March, her co-star, found her annoying and started to call the movie “I Married a Bitch”.
When was Marilyn Monroe’s picture with her standing over the air grate? I know it was after 1942 but can’t tell if it was 1950s or 60s?
Several cast members listed in studio records did not appear in the movie. These were (with their character names): Reed Hadley (Young Man), Jan Buckingham (Young Woman), Florence Gill (Woman Playing Chess) and Walter Soderling (Man Playing Chess).
Wallace Wooley: I’m afraid you’ve got a hangover.
Daniel: Don’t tell me what I’ve got! I invented the hangover. It was in 1892… B.C.