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  • Ross Hunter Saved Universal

    • David Atkins
    • 2011-02-26

    Universal in the late 50's and early 60's was in poor share and Ross Hunter and his great movies saved that studio. Ross Hunter loved women and had many a legendary star in his movies. Susan Hayward in Back Street and Lana Turner in 3 Ross Hunter hits: Imitation of Life, Portrait in Black and Lana's great Madame X. Ross Hunter also produced the great Doris Day-Rock Hudson hits such as Pillow Talk, Lover Come Back, and Send Me No Flowers. Ross Hunter's movies featured glamorous women in fabulous clothes and jewels and a Hunter movie also would feature a cameo of a veteran star such as Myrna Loy, Constance Bennett, Anna May Wong. A good luck charm was said to be Virigina Grey for whom Ross Hunter always seemed to find a role in one of his great pictures. Seen today these movies seem like escapist fun. TCM should schedule a Ross Hunter day on TCM with the great Lana Turner, and Doris Day hits mentioned above and also Susan Hayward's great weepie Back Street co starring John Gavin

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