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An essay by film historian John DiLeo about the film Ivy (1947) starring Joan Fontaine. Excerpted from John DiLeos Screen Savers II: My Grab Bag of Classic Movies, Ivy (1947): Casting Against Type. One of the most noteworthy, yet least known, examples of casting a good-girl actress as a villain was Universals choice of Joan Fontaine for the title role in Ivy.

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