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. . . you direct a couple of successful pictures with women stars, so you become a "woman's director" . . . Direct a sentimental little picture and all you get is sob stuff. I know I've been in and out of those little compartments. Heaven knows everyone has limitations. But why make them narrower than they are?
Did a few days work as intermediate director on The Wizard of Oz
(1939) (although he never actually filmed any scenes) after original director Richard Thorpe
had been dismissed. Victor Fleming
was eventually hired to direct the picture. Coincidentally, Cukor's next film, Gone with the Wind
(1939), also went on to be directed by Fleming after Cukor was fired due to disagreements with the film's ...