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Desire Me (1947) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Victor Saville and Jack Conway and produced by Arthur Hornblow Jr..

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Film historians tend to cite this film (regarded as the worst film made by MGM to that time) as the point where Loew's Inc. chairman Nicholas Schenck lost confidence in Louis B. Mayer's leadership. Schenck would soon bring producer Dore Schary back to the studio from RKO and groom him as Mayer's replacement.
It took Greer Garson 125 takes to enunciate the word "No" to the director's satisfaction. Co-star Robert Mitchum claimed later that this incident was when he first stopped taking Hollywood seriously.
George Cukor and Mervyn LeRoy were among a number of directors who worked on this film without taking credit. Thus, leaving the film with no director's credit at all.
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