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Larry Oliver and Frank Otto also reprised their Broadway roles. However, Cukor stood his ground, and the line made it into the final cut. It required the greatest skill and some new business that Garson invented, like Billie Dawn always creeping into the apartment the back way. Cukor held that if a scene is funny, there is no need to play about with it.
At that time, it was mandatory for intimate body areas, especially breasts, to be completely covered.
Holliday's performance in the film garnered her critical acclaim and convinced Cohn of her comedic abilities. Cukor's preparatory work for Born Yesterday was quite innovative. However, as she acquires culture, her wardrobe becomes simpler and more elegant. The New Brewer does not eschew any possible inputs. But it's kind'a like, well, first you ride some great wheelies and then you get it in your head to try jumping stuff.
Avoiding these cliches, Cukor considered the outdoor scenes among his best efforts. However, the project was put on the shelf for months because of casting problems. The sensuous honey-like amber ooze was administered intravenously to the wort kettle and the sacrament was complete.
The actors rehearsed the screenplay for two weeks, then performed it before an audience drawn from studio employees. We managed to keep it amusing, I think, but it was so unnecessary. The censors also requested that Cukor avoid any suggestion that Billie was trying to get Paul in bed.
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