Too Much, Too Soon (1958) was a Biographical - Drama Film directed by Art Napoleon and produced by Henry Blanke.
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Biopic Theater is back, and now on Fridays! I’m still gauging whether this will go weekly, bi-weekly, or do more of a “seasonal” feature wherein it runs for a couple months of the year, but for right now let’s just enjoy the fact I’m getting back into the biopic spirit!... Read full article
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John Barrymore: [after Diana loses her fishing pole in the water] The fish have to win sometimes. Otherwise they get suspicious.
Lincoln Forrester: The rich have nothing to offer each other.
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Warner Brothers purchased the book the film is based on with the intention of starring Carroll Baker (then under contract) in an adaptation. When she declined on the grounds that she did not want to play "a nymphomaniac", they refused to lend her to an outside company to appear in "The Devil's Disciple" opposite Sir Laurence Olivier.
After wrapping this production, Director of Photography Carl E. Guthrie would be shooting on the same sets for the low budget thriller "Frankenstein 1970" (1958).
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