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You got mr.6. The Duckster was an in house Award that Walt Disney gave out. I've seen differing opinions about how many of these awards have been given out by the Disney studio. Susan Henning was uncredited for her performance in *The Parent Trap* as Hayley Mills double and this was the award he presented her with. Duckster is a combo of Oscar and Duck (for Donald, of course) The Ducksters have been on websites getting as much as 5K at auction.

Good work, your thread mr.6.


Edited by: lavenderblue19 on May 2, 2012 5:01 PM

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I was so glad to see your postings. Thanks for the Ray Milland reference. He was a favorite of mine.



Also a '50's film, stylish film noir finds Him 1st noticing Her playing the piano. So begins a story of deceit, and lies as She lures him into a job that will keep him close. Family member becomes supicious of her motives and things spiral downward.



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Inspired by the real-life story of husband-and-wife lawyers William Dwight Whitney and [Dorothy Whitney|http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0926286/], who represented [Raymond Massey|http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0557339/] and his ex-wife [Adrienne Allen|http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1751229/] in their divorce. After the Massey divorce was over, the Whitneys divorced each other and married the respective Masseys.

[Adrienne Allen|http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0041090/trivia#]
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*Adam's Rib* starring Hepburn and Tracy, written by Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin. The inspiration for the film was the divorce of Raymond Massey and his wife Adrienne Allen. They were represented by attorney's William Dwight Whitney and his wife Dorothy Whitney. When the divorce was final the Whitney's divorced and William Whitney married Adrienne and Dorothy Whitney married Raymond Massey.

Thank you Eugenia and Mudskipper for your correct answers. Mudskipper your thread. :)

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