Beloved Infidel HD Movie Download
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Year : 1959
IMDB Rating: 6
Director: Henry King
Top Billing Cast: Gregory Peck as F. Scott Fitzgerald Deborah Kerr as Sheilah Graham Eddie Albert as Bob Carter Jack Kruschen as Darby Forsythe - Beach Bum
About: In 1936, the witty columnist Sheilah Graham leaves her noble British fiancé and travels in the Queen Mary from Southampton, England, to New York. She seeks out the editor of the North American Newspaper Alliance, John Wheeler, offering her services but he sends her to the Daily Mirror. Sheilah becomes successful and John offers a job in Hollywood to write a gossip column about the stars. When Sheilah meets the decadent writer F. Scott Fitzgerald, they immediately fall in love. Sheilah discovers that Scott accepts any job to financially support his wife Zelda that is in asylum, and his daughter at a boarding school. She opens her heart to him and tells the truth about her origins; but their relationship is affected by his drinking problem.Download Beloved Infidel movie in :
Beloved Infidel Trivia
- Gregory Peck believed his performance in the film was disastrous.
- In the scene where Scott and Sheilah go to Mexico, Gregory Peck's jacket and tie are based on a 1937 photograph of the real Fitzgerald wearing a similar outfit.
- During a studio preview, Scott and Sheila view the finale of the film "That Night in Rio" (1941).
- The film was originally announced to star Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer. Sheilah Graham suggested Richard Basehart for the role of Fitzgerald.
- When Graham first arrives in Hollywood, she watches the filming of a scene involving a woman who she says is a terrible actress. This scene is a reference to the film "In Old Chicago," which starred the real-life actress Alice Faye.
- The character Robert Carter, who makes short, humorous films, represents Robert Benchley. Benchley's 1935 film "How to Sleep" won the award for Best Short Subject in 1935. Fitzgerald met Sheilah Graham at a party at Robert Benchley's apartment near Fitzgerald's residence in the Garden of Allah apartment building. Benchley was a American humorist who began working in films in 1925 and made a number of short films for MGM and Paramount during the 1930s, similar to the one depicted in the scene with character Robert Carter in "Beloved Infidel." During the 1920s, he was a member of the Algonquin Round Table in New York and worked as an editor and columnist for The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and New York World.