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  1. Vor 5 Tagen · Jean Arthur, Stewart's co-star in You Can't Take It With You and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, was first offered the role of Mary, but had recently dropped out of the Broadway show Born Yesterday from exhaustion shortly before its premiere.

  2. Vor 2 Tagen · Storyline,When Molly attends a rodeo, a charging bronco throws rider Duke Hudkins straight onto her lap. Following their bet, Duke offers her a beer. Later, ...

  3. Vor einem Tag · Four actresses, including Jean Arthur and Joan Bennett, were still under consideration by December 1938; however, only two finalists, Paulette Goddard, and Vivien Leigh, were tested in Technicolor, both on December 20. Goddard almost won the role, but controversy over her marriage to Charlie Chaplin caused Selznick to change his mind.

  4. Vor 6 Tagen · Storyline,Whenever Duke becomes attracted to her allure, Molly becomes anxious and retreats. Duke accompanies Molly to several locations and occasions until ...

  5. Vor 6 Tagen · The Devil and Miss Jones (1941) Directed by Sam Wood Starring: Charles Coburn, Jean Arthur, Robert Cummings, Edmund Gwenn, and Spring Byington. A tycoon learns employees in his department store are trying to unionize and goes undercoveras a shoe clerk to identify the agitators. He meets fellow clerk Mary Jones, is subjected to the same issues faced by his employees and begins to empathize ...

  6. Vor 5 Tagen · (@oldhollywood_dreams). 97 Likes. Jean Arthur in "A Foreign Affair" 1948.

  7. Vor einem Tag · Stewart became a major star when he was loaned out to Columbia Pictures to play the lead role in Frank Capra's You Can't Take It with You (1938) opposite Jean Arthur. Stewart played the son of a banker who falls in love with a woman from a poor and eccentric family.