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Good Actors in Horribly Miscast Roles
Self | December 1, 2012 | PJ-Comix

Posted on 12/01/2012 6:09:35 AM PST by PJ-Comix

Even good actors sometimes get horribly miscast in the wrong roles. The case most often cited is this first one in which John Wayne played an odd role for him...a Mongol warrior.

John Wayne: Miscast as Genghis Khan in "The Conqueror," the Duke had to utter lines like: "My blood says, take this Tartar woman."

Susan Hayward: Co-starring as the tartar woman love interest in "The Conqueror." Yeah, an Irish chick from Brooklyn as a Tartar woman on the Asian steppes. The closest thing about Hayward to a tartar is that she had a tart tongue.

Chuck Connors: Tall, blond, blue-eyed, Connors somehow was chosen to portray an Apache Indian barely five feet tall. Does not compute!

George Peppard: I really enjoyed watching "The Blue Max." My favorite aerial movie about WWI. However, one person just did not fit the role...George Peppard as Lt. Bruno Stachel. Peppard was simply too American to convincingly portray a German. Oh, and you don't have to be a German to portray a German since two English actors in the same movie were very convincing as German officers: James Mason and Jeremy Kemp.

Laurence Olivier: Yes, even actors at the top of the acting profession can be horribly miscast as Olivier was as General Douglas McArthur in "Inchon." Thankfully very few people have seen Olivier in his completely miscast role.

Leslie Howard: I recently saw "Gone With The Wind" again for the umpteenth time and noticed that Leslie Howard was quite long in the tooth to be playing the youthful Ashley Wilkes. And did Southern gentlemen talk with British accents?

Jimmy Stewart: Stewart was almost twice the age of the 25 year old Lindbergh when he flew solo across the Atlantic. Sorry, but mere hair dye does not make one convincingly youthful in "The Spirit of St. Louis." Actually, George Peppard would have been good in the role of Lindbergh...if he mastered Lindbergh's slightly sing-song upper Midwest accent.

Richard Burton: As Leon Trotsky in "The Assassination of Trotsky."

Charlton Heston: His miscasting in "A Touch of Evil" was so horrible that it was even referenced in "Ed Wood" when Wood ran into Orson Welles at a bar and after telling Welles about being forced to miscast roles, Welles replied: "Tell me about it. I'm supposed to do a thriller for Universal. They want Charlton Heston as a Mexican."


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Okay, I've given a few examples of good actors who were horribly miscast. Now give me your examples. Remember, the criterion is that it must be a GOOD actor who got stuck in a lousy role. That means, say, Pauly Shore in "Biodome" doesn't count. Got it?
1 posted on 12/01/2012 6:09:44 AM PST by PJ-Comix
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To: PJ-Comix

Gregory Peck as Dr. Mengale in “The Boys from Brazil.” A laugh fest anyway, with some ridiculous dialogue. “You fool! I AM a doctor!”


2 posted on 12/01/2012 6:12:55 AM PST by miss marmelstein
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To: PJ-Comix

I think Stewart got the role of Lindbergh in part because he was a flier, and because he would have been PERFECT for the part when he was 25.


3 posted on 12/01/2012 6:15:19 AM PST by Arthur McGowan (If you're FOR sticking scissors in a baby girl's neck and sucking out her brains, you are PRO-WOMAN!)
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To: PJ-Comix; miss marmelstein
Geriatric Robert Mitchum and Polly Bergen as the middle-aged leading couple in the miniseries "Winds of War." (I've been complaining about that one for 30 years now.)

I liked Gregory Peck in "Boys from Brazil." I don't see that as a miscasting, whatever one thinks of the movie otherwise.

4 posted on 12/01/2012 6:20:15 AM PST by Homer_J_Simpson ("Every nation has the government that it deserves." - Joseph de Maistre (1753-1821))
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To: PJ-Comix

Just look at any cheesy SYFY channel original movie and they’ll have a bunch of unknown actors with 1 or 2 good SYFY channel series stars reading really crappy scripts.


5 posted on 12/01/2012 6:22:08 AM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: PJ-Comix

Funny you should mention “Inchon” in your writing. I was stationed in Korea when that was filming there and many of us soldiers were hired to play Marines as extras for the film. So, in effect, I was a stand-in for my late father who participated in the actual landing.


6 posted on 12/01/2012 6:23:37 AM PST by 2ndDivisionVet (I'll raise $2million for Sarah Palin's presidential run. What'll you do?)
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To: PJ-Comix

Lemme think.......uhhhhh.... Horrible miscasting,
I think I remember.....Tony Danza as George Washington
in “Who’s the Boss?” the story of the American Revolution.
Oh, I forgot....they had to be good actors.....


7 posted on 12/01/2012 6:25:05 AM PST by supremedoctrine
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To: PJ-Comix
How about a small variation - a willfully and deliberately miscast that turns into a masterpiece.

I nominate Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher

I'm certain this was some liberal attempt at tweaking the noses of conservatives by having a liberal screwball play a conservative icon. And it blew up on them twice.

First, I guess Streep couldn't help herself and gave a bang-up performance.

Second, what the twisted liberal mind thought people would find appalling - Lady Thatcher's unbending and uncompromising will to do what was needed - resulted in every conservative like myself cheering with joy.

Damm do we need politicians like that today!!!

8 posted on 12/01/2012 6:25:25 AM PST by I cannot think of a name
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To: PJ-Comix

Micheal Keaton as Batman...

I pulled it off but I still think of him as Mr. Mom...


9 posted on 12/01/2012 6:28:55 AM PST by JZoback
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To: PJ-Comix

Worst. Evar!...Laurence Olivier in black face as the Mahdi, in “Khartoum” with Chuck Heston. Olivier couldn’t decide wether he was doing Othello or Amos and Andy. Can’t watch his scenes without cracking up!


10 posted on 12/01/2012 6:30:25 AM PST by PowderMonkey (WILL WORK FOR AMMO)
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To: PJ-Comix

Best actor in a miscast has to be the current empty suit in the white house. Really belongs on Broadway as Santa Claus


11 posted on 12/01/2012 6:37:42 AM PST by shadeaud (We need to learn to know what our enemies are truly creating)
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To: PowderMonkey

LOL....I had completely forgotten about that one and you are SO right. Heston was great as Gordon, but Olivier as the Mahdi was laughable.


12 posted on 12/01/2012 6:38:14 AM PST by RightOnline (I am Andrew Breitbart!)
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To: PJ-Comix

Arnold Schwartzenegger cast as anyone...


13 posted on 12/01/2012 6:38:24 AM PST by Paisan
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To: PJ-Comix
Robert Redford and Mia Farrow in Gatsby.

Gatsby was supposed to be this mysterious, enigmatic character who brooded at his window, pining for Daisy while sponsoring lavish parties for his guests who rarely if ever see or meet him. Redford comes across as too flighty, whimsical and extroverted for the role.

On the flip side, Daisy Buchanan was to be this flighty, reckless coquettish, high society party girl, and Farrow was too much the introvert to pull it off convincingly.

Curiously, Sam Waterston as Nick Carraway, in the very same movie, is for my money, one of the most perfect casting choices ever made by a Hollywood studio.

14 posted on 12/01/2012 6:40:05 AM PST by Joe 6-pack (Que me amat, amet et canem meum)
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To: PJ-Comix

Tom Cruise as Jack Reacher in the upcoming release of Rock of Ages


15 posted on 12/01/2012 6:40:31 AM PST by from occupied ga (Your government is your most dangerous enemy)
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To: PJ-Comix

‘The Iron Petticoat’ was on TMC a couple of nights ago

Katharine Hepburn plays pilot Captain Vinka Kovelenko, a character that defects from Russia.

Sat and watched most of it because of Bob Hope(love Bob Hope movies) but this one was bad. Her accent was terrible (from the Connecticut region of the Soviet Union) - the whole story was slapped together.


16 posted on 12/01/2012 6:42:17 AM PST by libertarian27 (Check my profile page for the FReeper Online Cookbook 2011)
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To: PJ-Comix

Obama as pissadent.


17 posted on 12/01/2012 6:45:45 AM PST by Mouton (Voting is an opiate of the electorate. Nothing changes no matter who wins..)
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To: from occupied ga

Cuban Gooding has been miscast in scores of movies. Reminds me of that David Chapelle episode where he had Wayne Brady play a bad guy. The problem was Brady did such a convincing job I could never look at him as the same nice guy that appeared on The Drew Carey Show after that. I think he committed career suicide that night...lol

http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/bb6875cff8/chappelle-show-daves-night-out-with-wayne-brady-from-uploaderguy


18 posted on 12/01/2012 6:47:30 AM PST by jsanders2001
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To: libertarian27

Janet Leigh as a Russian fighter pilot in “Jet Pilot.”


19 posted on 12/01/2012 6:51:15 AM PST by PJ-Comix (Beware the Rip in the Space/Time Continuum)
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Eddie Murphy as a cop, did’nt work for me. He was good as a con though.(see 48hrs.)


20 posted on 12/01/2012 6:52:24 AM PST by John 3_19-21 (Stand for something or fall for anything.)
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To: from occupied ga

Jack Palance as Fidel Castro...oh, and Omar Sharif as Che Guevarra in the same movie wasn’t so great either.


21 posted on 12/01/2012 6:53:47 AM PST by PJ-Comix (Beware the Rip in the Space/Time Continuum)
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To: PowderMonkey
"On my face, there is the mole; between my teeth, there is the gap."

Masterful.

23 posted on 12/01/2012 6:54:19 AM PST by Oratam
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To: PJ-Comix

I would have said Yul Brynner as Jason Compson in the Hollywood version of Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury, where
Brynner didn’t even try to capture a Southern accent, and wore a reddish wig-—but Brynner is so good the whole thing actually worked.


24 posted on 12/01/2012 6:54:39 AM PST by supremedoctrine
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To: from occupied ga

My husband is a huge fan of Lee Child’s novels and was horrified when he read that Cruise would play Reacher. How desperate are they to try and make Cruise look macho?


25 posted on 12/01/2012 6:54:43 AM PST by surrey
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To: I cannot think of a name
Are you saying that there is hope for Jane Fonda in the upcoming White House "Upstairs/Downstairs "The Butler" as Nancy Reagan?
26 posted on 12/01/2012 6:55:02 AM PST by SES1066 (Government is NOT the reason for my existence but it is the road to our ruin!)
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To: PJ-Comix
Eddie Murphy as a cop, did'nt work for me. He was good as a con though.(see 48hrs.)

Robin williams as a robot was absurd too.(Bicentennial Man)
27 posted on 12/01/2012 6:55:25 AM PST by John 3_19-21 (Stand for something or fall for anything.)
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To: Joe 6-pack

Yes, Redford’s fantastically photogenic blonde hair got him through the Gatsby role, and more than a few others.


28 posted on 12/01/2012 6:57:47 AM PST by supremedoctrine
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To: PJ-Comix

Karl Malden as Herb Brooks in “Miracle on Ice”.

Not. Even. Close.


29 posted on 12/01/2012 6:59:12 AM PST by Colonel_Flagg ("Don't be afraid to see what you see." -- Ronald Reagan)
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Tom Hanks and the entire cast of Bonfire of the Vanities. What a waste of an excellent book.
30 posted on 12/01/2012 7:02:23 AM PST by Oratam
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Mel Gibson in The Man without a Face. Gibson’s whole shtick was his looks back then and it made no sense to me.


31 posted on 12/01/2012 7:02:46 AM PST by John 3_19-21 (Stand for something or fall for anything.)
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Kevin Costner, Robin Hood.


32 posted on 12/01/2012 7:03:56 AM PST by guyfromjrz (fresh breath, it speaks for itself.)
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To: PJ-Comix

Ben Johnson as Melvin Purvis in the 70’s version of Dillinger.


33 posted on 12/01/2012 7:04:44 AM PST by Tijeras_Slim
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To: PJ-Comix

Sam Waterson as an Indian in 1979 Eagle’s Wings


34 posted on 12/01/2012 7:05:44 AM PST by John 3_19-21 (Stand for something or fall for anything.)
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To: PJ-Comix

No matter what you think of Tom Cruise, the guy does get a lot of movie roles, and I think there are times where can act, but he was miscast in “Valkyrie.”


35 posted on 12/01/2012 7:07:04 AM PST by Thorliveshere
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To: PJ-Comix

Humphrey Bogart in Sabrina

Grace Kelly in High Noon

Fred MacMurray in Double Indemnity

Spencer Tracy in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?” Actually, he wasn’t miscast. It was justy a bad script. The only way to save that would have been to have Jackie Gleason play the lead and make it unintentionally funny.

BTW, I think Heston was great in a “Touch of Evil”. I have known Mexicans and South Americans who have a similar build and demeanor. Who should have played the part, Duncan Renaldo?


36 posted on 12/01/2012 7:08:05 AM PST by Dr. Sivana (There is no salvation in politics.)
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To: jsanders2001

That Wayne Brady sketch was brilliant; I was rolling when I first saw it years ago.

Cuba Gooding has been miscast, certainly, which is a shame, as he’s a good actor. But the one film where the casting was perfect was “The Last King of Scotland”, with Forrest Whitaker as Idi Amin, IMHO. Richly deserved Oscar for Best Actor.

Totally agree with a bad-casting call regarding “The Conqueror” and Olivier in “Khartoum”. One casting call that surprised me was Heath Ledger as the Joker in “The Dark Knight”. My first thought was, “C’mon....the dude from Brokeback Mountain” and “A Knight’s Tale”? You’ve gotta be kidding.” But he took the ‘Clown Prince of Crime’ and totally owned the character, making it one of the best comic-book villain interpretations I’ve ever seen. Too bad he passed so young.

“White people love Wayne Brady because he makes Bryant Gumbel look like Malcom X”. One of the funniest quotes ever.


37 posted on 12/01/2012 7:11:30 AM PST by AnAmericanAbroad (It's all bread and circuses for the future prey of the Morlocks.)
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To: John 3_19-21

Tony Curtis as a Bronx Viking in “The Vikings.”


38 posted on 12/01/2012 7:11:55 AM PST by PJ-Comix (Beware the Rip in the Space/Time Continuum)
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To: Thorliveshere
"..he was miscast in “Valkyrie.”

There was one pretty decent reason why Cruise was cast as Von Stauffenberg...

Aside from that, I understand the Cruise really wanted the role, and he apparently still has enough horsepower in Hollywood to get most of what he wants.

39 posted on 12/01/2012 7:13:23 AM PST by Joe 6-pack (Que me amat, amet et canem meum)
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To: Thorliveshere
Not that I think Cruise fits the good actor crterium for this thread, he was especially bad in Jerry McGuire.

Basically a chick flick where Cruise's charicter uses his desire for the life his client played by Cuba Gooding Jr has, as the only reason for wanting to have a life with Renee Zellweger's charicter.
40 posted on 12/01/2012 7:14:23 AM PST by John 3_19-21 (Stand for something or fall for anything.)
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To: SES1066
“Are you saying that there is hope for Jane Fonda in the upcoming White House “Upstairs/Downstairs “The Butler” as Nancy Reagan?”

I seriously doubt that. First,Streep is a liberal fruit bat - but she is a very good actress. Fonda never was and still isn't.

Second, the producers of “The Iron Lady” thought we would all be appalled at her “unbending”, her “unwillingness to seek consensus”, her “refusal to reach across the aisle” and all the other buzz phrases for conservatives giving in to liberal BS.

Of course the conservatives that watched the movie were instead cheering and yelling, “yes, stand your ground, don't give into these idiots” and wishing we had even one Republican front runner with the same size “attachments.”

41 posted on 12/01/2012 7:18:19 AM PST by I cannot think of a name
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To: PJ-Comix

Well, you already got the big one I was gonna lead with (Palance as Castro in “Che!”), but here’s a few others I think were miscast:

Sean Penn as Willie Stark in the remake of All The King’s Men. So bad it’s funny. I actually like Penn as an actor (if not as a person), but he just could not have been more wrong for the part of Stark.

Mary Astor in The Maltese Falcon. She’s the one part of the movie that just doesn’t work for me. I could see Bogey being torn up and played for a sucker by Lana Turner, or Lauren Bacall. But Mary Astor? She just didn’t bring the beauty or the screen presence to play a femme fatale. A good actress, but wrong for the part (IMHO).

Jack Nicholson. Yeah, The Shining is a scary masterpiece, and Nicholson plays an amazing psycho. The thing is, Jack seemed unbalanced from minute one in the film. The idea is that the weird going ons in the hotel drive him nutty. I don’t buy that he was ever really sane in the flick.

Jason Robards as Al Capone in The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. Good movie, and Robards played the part pretty well. The problem for me is, he didn’t. look a thing like Capone. Capone was heavy set and swarthy. Robards was rail thin and built like a stork. It would be like having John Kerry play Jake Gusik.

A few that could have happened, but mercifully didn’t:

-Molly Ringwald was considered for Laura Dern’s role in Blue Velvet.

-Alex Karras was considered for the part of Carlo, Connie’s weasly husband in The Godfather.

-Joan Crawford, Mae West, Lucille Ball, and Marlene Dietrich were all seriously considered for the part of Scarlet O’Hara in Gone with the Wind.


42 posted on 12/01/2012 7:18:29 AM PST by DemforBush (100% Ex-Democrat.)
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To: miss marmelstein

Tom Cruise as Jack Reacher is unimagineable. Let’s see, for those who have not read the “Reacher” novels; Jack Reacher is an ex-MP - 6’ 5”, 250lbs and beats the crap out of everyone that doesn’t toe the line.

Cruise will have to wear 12” heels and gain 100lbs to begin remotely looking like Reacher.

How in the you-know-what did Cruise ever get this role?


43 posted on 12/01/2012 7:20:29 AM PST by Herodes
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To: PJ-Comix; All

Bruce Willis
Tom Hanks
Melanie Griffith
Hell, the entire cast of ‘Bonfires of the Vanities’.
Tom Wolfe had written a great novel on the Kabuki theater of a hit and run blossoming into major lawsuits. That was ruined by Political Correctness for the big screen.

Kirk Douglas
Harvey Keitel
In ‘Saturn 3’ Douglas was way too old. And Keitel with a British accent???!

Meryl Streep
As Margaret Thatcher in ‘The Iron Lady’. Why is an American in a role tailor made for Helen Mirren?!!!


44 posted on 12/01/2012 7:24:46 AM PST by Jack Deth (Knight Errant and Resident FReeper Kitty Poem /Haiku Guy)
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To: PJ-Comix
" Yes, Those movies are deliciously bad."


45 posted on 12/01/2012 7:29:35 AM PST by John 3_19-21 (Stand for something or fall for anything.)
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To: guyfromjrz
Kevin Costner, Robin Hood.

Ding, Ding, Ding, we have the winner!!!

This was at the height of his..uh..career..yeah, he was such a big star at the time he had his own butt double for Robin's nude scene. I guess they thought it might bring in the women for the movie. Costner didn't even attempt a British accent, which was a shame because that would probably have been the most entertaining part of the movie.

46 posted on 12/01/2012 7:33:55 AM PST by Smittie
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To: PJ-Comix

Rex Harrison as Caesar?
David Bowie as Pilate??? Wait...you said good actor...
Edward G. Robinson in the 10 Commandments...
Halle Berry...Catwoman


47 posted on 12/01/2012 7:39:18 AM PST by Corwin of Amber (Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice, and moderation in the pursuit of justice no virtue.)
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To: Homer_J_Simpson
Geriatric Robert Mitchum and Polly Bergen as the middle-aged leading couple in the miniseries "Winds of War." (I've been complaining about that one for 30 years now.)

Middleaged Laurence Olivier and Greer Garson in Pride and Prejudice (1940), playing characters half their age. Every character in that film was also off, but that may have been writing/direction, not actual miscasting.

Pride and Prejudice (2005), also miscast in that the leads were too attractive. Lizzie is not supposed to be the most stunningly beautiful woman in the room and Darcy should appear to have an arrogance that requires £10,000 a year to compensate. That said, Knightly hit the role, MacFadyen not so much.
But the real miscast was Mr Bennett, who has taken to his library and sarcasm in refuge from reckless marriage to incompatible spouse. His one concern is to guard Lizzie from making the same mistake he did as a foolish youth, 20 odd years ago. And they cast 70 year old Donald Sutherland!

48 posted on 12/01/2012 7:43:57 AM PST by Oztrich Boy (By doubting we come to inquiry, and through inquiry we perceive truth. -; Peter Abelard)
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To: Smittie; guyfromjrz

Costner’s lack of even attempting a British accent for that movie always mystified me until recently. I read that, when the film was being made, there was another Robin Hood movie in production-—I think with Patrick Bergin and Uma Thurman. Both movies were in a race to be finished, because the first one done would be shown as a theatrical release, while the loser would be shown on TV. They filmed Costner as is to save time, planning to dub in the British accent later, but in the rush decided to skip the dubbing. Costner’s movie finished first and got the theatrical release.


49 posted on 12/01/2012 7:45:05 AM PST by CatherineofAragon (Support Christian white males---the architects of the jewel known as Western Civilization)
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To: PJ-Comix
"Okay, I've given a few examples of good actors who were horribly miscast. Now give me your examples. Remember, the criterion is that it must be a GOOD actor who got stuck in a lousy role."

Sean Connery in "Zardoz". WTH?

50 posted on 12/01/2012 7:46:54 AM PST by CatherineofAragon (Support Christian white males---the architects of the jewel known as Western Civilization)
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