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Marwencol (2010) For the film's premiere Mark prepared a story line including the delivery by courier of a 1/6th scale press kit to the village of Marwencol.
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945) Besides Gene Tierney, Mary Anderson and Jeanne Crain were rumored for the Katie Nolan role, while it was reported that Phil Regan was the leading candidate for the role of Johnny. Alice Faye was the first actress considered for the role of Katie, not Aunt Sissie, according to the Hollywood Reporter in 1943.
So Near, Yet So Far (1912) A video of this film survives in the UCLA Film and Television Archives.
The Firm (1993) Gene Hackman's contract called for his name to come before the title in all promotional materials. Tom Cruise's contract called for his name, and his name only, to come before the title in all promotional materials. Hackman opted to leave his name off all promotional materials, making his presence a surprise to most audiences. In the film, Hackman's name comes after Cruise's and before the title.
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