History Trivia / PortraitOfJennie

8th Feb '16 9:30:25 PM Lawman592
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Producer David O. Selznick's insistence on script changes and adding more spectacle to the film (e.g., the storm scene at the film's climax) caused production on what had been planned to be a small-scale romantic fantasy run way over-budget.
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Producer David O. Selznick's insistence on script changes and adding more spectacle to the film (e.g., the storm scene at the film's climax) caused production on what had been planned to be a small-scale modestly scaled romantic fantasy run way over-budget.
4th Nov '13 4:55:36 PM Lawman592
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* TroubledProduction: Production on the 86-minute film lasted almost 18 months due to Selznick's perpetual dissastisfaction with how the movie was turning out. There were rewrites from five different screenwriters, scenes that had to be reshot over and over, and expensive production glitches (e.g., an entire sequence had to be scrapped after it was discovered Jennifer Jones' hair blended into a similarly-colored tree in the background).
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* TroubledProduction: Production on the 86-minute film lasted almost 18 months due to Selznick's perpetual dissastisfaction dissatisfaction with how the movie was turning out. There were rewrites from five different screenwriters, scenes that had to be reshot over and over, and expensive production glitches (e.g., an entire sequence had to be scrapped after it was discovered Jennifer Jones' hair blended into a similarly-colored tree in the background).
12th Sep '13 5:11:53 PM Lawman592
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* TroubledProduction: Production on the 86-minute film lasted almost 18 months due to Selznick's perpetual dissastisfaction with how the movie was turning out. There were rewrites from five different screenwriters, scenes that were either reshot over and over or omitted altogether, and production glitches (e.g., an entire sequence had to be scrapped after it was discovered Jennifer Jones' hair blended into a similarly-colored tree in the background).
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* TroubledProduction: Production on the 86-minute film lasted almost 18 months due to Selznick's perpetual dissastisfaction with how the movie was turning out. There were rewrites from five different screenwriters, scenes that were either had to be reshot over and over or omitted altogether, over, and expensive production glitches (e.g., an entire sequence had to be scrapped after it was discovered Jennifer Jones' hair blended into a similarly-colored tree in the background).
30th Aug '13 8:30:14 PM Lawman592
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* WhatCouldHaveBenn: Music/BernardHerrmann was hired to compose the score but left mid-production due to the many delays.
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* WhatCouldHaveBenn: WhatCouldHaveBeen: Music/BernardHerrmann was hired to compose the score but left mid-production due to the many delays.
30th Aug '13 8:30:05 PM Lawman592
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* TroubledProduction: Production on the 86-minute film lasted almost 18 months due to Selznick's perpetual dissastisfaction with how the movie was turning out. There were rewrites from five different screenwriters, scenes that were either reshot over and over or omitted altogether, and production glitches (e.g., an entire sequence had to be scrapped after it was discovered Jennifer Jones' hair blended into a similarly-colored tree in the background). BernardHerrmann was hired to compose the score but left mid-production due to the many delays.
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* TroubledProduction: Production on the 86-minute film lasted almost 18 months due to Selznick's perpetual dissastisfaction with how the movie was turning out. There were rewrites from five different screenwriters, scenes that were either reshot over and over or omitted altogether, and production glitches (e.g., an entire sequence had to be scrapped after it was discovered Jennifer Jones' hair blended into a similarly-colored tree in the background). BernardHerrmann background). * WhatCouldHaveBenn: Music/BernardHerrmann was hired to compose the score but left mid-production due to the many delays.
30th Aug '13 8:28:33 PM Lawman592
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Producer David O. Selznick's insistence on script changes and adding more spectacle to the film (e.g., the storm scene at the film's climax) caused production on what had been planned to be a small-scale romantic fantasy run way over-budget.
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Producer David O. Selznick's insistence on script changes and adding more spectacle to the film (e.g., the storm scene at the film's climax) caused production on what had been planned to be a small-scale romantic fantasy run way over-budget.over-budget. * TroubledProduction: Production on the 86-minute film lasted almost 18 months due to Selznick's perpetual dissastisfaction with how the movie was turning out. There were rewrites from five different screenwriters, scenes that were either reshot over and over or omitted altogether, and production glitches (e.g., an entire sequence had to be scrapped after it was discovered Jennifer Jones' hair blended into a similarly-colored tree in the background). BernardHerrmann was hired to compose the score but left mid-production due to the many delays.
6th Sep '12 9:37:34 PM Lawman592
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Producer David O. Selznick's insistence on script changes and adding things to make the movie bigger (e.g., the storm scene at the film's climax) caused production on what had been planned to be a small-scale romantic fantasy run way over-budget.
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Producer David O. Selznick's insistence on script changes and adding things more spectacle to make the movie bigger film (e.g., the storm scene at the film's climax) caused production on what had been planned to be a small-scale romantic fantasy run way over-budget.
1st May '12 4:05:32 PM Lawman592
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Producer David O. Selznick's insistence on adding things to make the movie "bigger" (e.g., the storm scene at the film's climax) caused what had been planned to be a small-scale romantic fantasy run way over-budget.
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Producer David O. Selznick's insistence on script changes and adding things to make the movie "bigger" bigger (e.g., the storm scene at the film's climax) caused production on what had been planned to be a small-scale romantic fantasy run way over-budget.
29th Apr '12 6:15:20 PM Lawman592
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Producer David O. Selznick's insistence on adding things to make the movie "bigger" (e.g., the storm scene at the film's climax) caused what had been planned to be modestly-budgeted "small" romantic fantasy run way over-budget.
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Producer David O. Selznick's insistence on adding things to make the movie "bigger" (e.g., the storm scene at the film's climax) caused what had been planned to be modestly-budgeted "small" a small-scale romantic fantasy run way over-budget.
28th Apr '12 11:22:16 PM Lawman592
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Producer David O. Selznick's insistence on adding things to make the movie "bigger" (e.g., the storm scene at the film's climax) caused what had been planned to be modestly-budgeted "small" romantic fantasy to run way over-budget.
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Producer David O. Selznick's insistence on adding things to make the movie "bigger" (e.g., the storm scene at the film's climax) caused what had been planned to be modestly-budgeted "small" romantic fantasy to run way over-budget.
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