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  1. I have actually never read a confirmation that Julie was offered the part of Truly Scrumptious but that in fact, according to director Ken Hughes, "Madam" (Julie) simply wasn't available and she was out of the film's budget regardless. The film's producer, Cubby Broccoli, had seen Sally Ann in the 1966 TV version of BRIGADOON, and she was simply given the part. Sally Ann also confirmed on Rosie O'Donnell's show in 1998 that she was simply given the part. While Julie was certainly considered initially for the part, and certainly enquiries were made as to her price and availability, no offer was made when her price was too high and she was not even available for at least two years. Julie would have been wrong for that part anyhow. Sally Ann was perfect.
  2. I have actually never read a confirmation that Julie was offered the part of Truly Scrumptious but that in fact, according to director Ken Hughes, "Madam" (Julie) simply wasn't available and she was out of the film's budget regardless. The film's producer, Cubby Broccoli, had seen Sally Ann in the 1966 TV version of BRIGADOON, and she was simply given the part. Sally Ann also confirmed on Rosie O'Donnell's show in 1998 that she was simply given the part. While Julie was certainly considered initially for the part, and certainly enquiries were made as to her price and availability, no offer was made when her price was too high and she was not even available for at least two years. Julie would have been wrong for that part anyhow. Sally Ann was perfect.
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