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The Gay Sisters (1942) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Irving Rapper and produced by Hal B. Wallis and Henry Blanke.

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Susie Gaylord: I've always wanted to be kissed in the park.


Charles Barkley: Fiona, I love you.
Fiona Gaylord: I hate you.
Charles Barkley: Wouldn't have me if I was the last man on earth, would you?
Fiona Gaylord: No.
Charles Barkley: Good, we can go somewhere from there. I was afraid you might have grown indifferent to me.


Charles Barkley: Why don't you use a little common sense?
Fiona Gaylord: I hate common sense, it's so common.


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The lead role was originally offered to Bette Davis, who sent a memo to Jack L. Warner, saying, "I do wish you'd give 'The Gay Sisters' to someone else." At the time freelance actress Mary Astor was considered for the Geraldine Fitzgerald role but ultimately assigned to The Maltese Falcon instead.
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onNovember 23, 1942 with Barbara Stanwyck reprising her film role.
Byron Barr took his character's name, Gig Young, as his screen name.
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Also directed by Irving Rapper




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Also produced by Hal B. Wallis




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Also released in 1942




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