Count Me In (1942). Musical revue. Music by Ann Ronell
. Based on material by Walter Kerr
and Leo Brady
. Lyrics by Ann Ronell. Music orchestration by Russell Bennett. Special orchestral arrangements by Don Walker
. Vocal arrangements by Buck Warnick. Choreographed music by Will Irwin. Directed by Robert Ross. Ethel Barrymore ...
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Miss Jean Arthur
5' 3" (1.6 m)
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I bumped into every kind of disappointment, and was frustrated at every turn. Roles promised me were given to other players, pictures that offered me a chance were shelved, no one was particularly interested in me, and I had not developed a strength of personality to make anyone believe I had special talents. I wanted so desperately to succeed that I drove myself relentlessly, taking no time off ...
Quit movies at the height of her career in 1944, following an Oscar nomination and while still Columbia Pictures' top female box-office attraction. She appeared in only two more films, for Oscar-winning directors Billy Wilder
(A Foreign Affair
(1948)) and George Stevens
(1953)). According to John Oller's biography "Jean Arthur: The Actress Nobody Knew" (1997), Arthur was a shy person who ...
Distinctive unconvential looks