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    All Hollywood turned out, director Zarcon (Peter Finch) unveils Elsa (Kim Novak), the dead-ringer for his dead wife, columnist Molly Luther (Coral Browne) commenting, in Robert Aldrich's The Legend Of Lylah Clare, 1968

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Legend Of Lylah Clare, The -- (Movie Clip) Cameras...
All Hollywood turned out, director Zarcon (Peter Finch)...
Legend Of Lylah Clare, The -- (Movie Clip) Cameras Are Rolling
All Hollywood turned out, director Zarcon (Peter Finch) unveils Elsa (Kim Novak), the dead-ringer for his dead wife, columnist Molly Luther (Coral Browne) commenting, in Robert Aldrich's The Legend Of Lylah Clare, 1968>
Legend Of Lylah Clare, The -- (Movie Clip) Washed...
First appearance by Ernest Borgnine as studio boss Sheean,...
Legend Of Lylah Clare, The -- (Movie Clip) Washed Up Two Bit Genius
First scene for Ernest Borgnine as studio boss Sheean, Michael Murphy his son, Zarkan (Peter Finch) calling to pitch his film about his deceased actress wife, his star Elsa (Kim Novak) and staff (Milton Selzer, Rossella Falk) listening in, in Robert Aldrich's The Legend Of Lylah Clare, 1968.>
Legend Of Lylah Clare, The -- (Movie Clip) She Had...
Because she asked, Elsa (Kim Novak) hears, from "dialogue...
Legend Of Lylah Clare, The -- (Movie Clip) She Had Nothing To Fear
Elsa (Kim Novak) hears, from "dialogue coach" Rossella (Rossella Falk), her version of the death of the star, Zarkan (Peter Finch) and Langner (Milton Selzer) standing by, in The Legend Of Lylah Clare, 1968.>
Legend Of Lylah Clare, The -- (Movie Clip) But Not...
Before the credits, man-Friday Langner (Milton Selzer) and...
Legend Of Lylah Clare, The -- (Movie Clip) But Not For Long
Before the credits, man-Friday Langner (Milton Selzer) and sister Becky (Jean Carroll) briefing ingenue Elsa (Kim Novak) on the dead star she'll be playing, in Robert Aldrich's The Legend Of Lylah Clare, 1968.>
Legend of Lylah Clare, The - (Original Trailer)
An obsessed movie director grooms an unknown actress to play...
An obsessed movie director grooms an...
Legend of Lylah Clare, The - (Original Trailer)
"An obsessed movie director grooms an unknown actress to play his deceased movie-star wife in The Legend of Lylah Clare (1968), starring Kim Novak.">
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