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She helped him land the role of Private Angelo Maggio in From Here to Eternity, which salvaged his career and won him an Oscar.
Gardner was friends with Harry Cohn, the former director of Columbia Pictures, which produced the film and told him: “You know who should play Maggio, don’t you, that son of a b**** ex-husband of mine.”Nancy said that Sinatra, who would have been 100 this year, was a large baby when he was born and that he was delivered with forceps, which scarred his eardrum.
Realizing that Gardner couldn’t act and couldn’t speak in a way that people North of the Mason-Dixon line could understand, the New York office arranged for her to shoot a silent screen test.
She looked to the left, she looked the right, then she walked around just enough to show off a spectacular pair of legs, purportedly prompting the MGM bosses in Hollywood to exclaim “She’s can’t act; she didn’t talk; she’s sensational! ” Gardner was signed to a standard seven-year contract at a week, but that didn’t mean she was a star.
She’d slit her eyes, throw her head at an angle, and the photographer would somehow catch something about her — not elegance or grace, exactly, but something that was strong, sexual, and almost animal, as if she were zeroing in on you, weighing your merits, and readying to pounce.
Nancy said: “My mum had one great love of her life and that was her dad.When I first saw her at the malt shop on Highland Avenue, she was not wearing a tight pink sweater; this was before her Hollywood handlers put her in sweaters—and I thought, Here is a woman. She had an affair with a female singer and, caught up in the guilt, couldn’t accept herself. And they would have been far more loving with her than she was to herself. As studious Tumblr fact-checkers have already pointed out—Judy Garland knew her dad was gay from a pretty young age, and while she was conflicted and confused, it was no great source of guilt-ridden anguish, nor were her her (alleged! This is just bitchy, speculative gossip, Mickey—for shame!