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Until, Claudelle Inglish, I had heard the name, but, couldn;t tell you much about her. I thought she was marvelous in that movie, as were the supporting cast. It was a sad movie and I wish the movie had trated to return of Linn as a part of the ending, as Caldwell had written the end of the story. I'd like to see more of her from her earlier excursions through the movie and television industry. I wish I had grown up with her, in the sense of following her career. Until I see more, that's about it. I wonder how Claudelle Inglish was received by the public? Those were heady times in Hollywood.
- David Atkins
Diane McBain was one of many Warner Bros. contract stars in the 1960's when WB was a major supplier of network tv. Diane McBain co starred with WB's biggest star Troy Donahue in Surfside Six along with Van Williams. Warners also cast Diane McBain in Ice Palace, Parrish, Mary Mary, Black Gold, A Distant Trumpet and in the title role of Claudelle Inglish. McBain worked with Claudette Colbert, Richard Burton, Debbie Reynolds among others. WB cast Diane McBain in Sex and The Single Girl to be directed by a former swain of Kim Novak Richard Quine and was to star Natalie Wood, Tony Curtis, Lauren Bacall and Henry Fonda long with Mel Ferrer the beautiful blonde quit the movie and soon thereafter left Hollywood.