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"BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KIL"1969   Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Katharine Ross     Natalie Wood was first offered the role of "Etta Place" but was forced to turn down the role due to her pregnancy.

"BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KIL"1969 Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Katharine Ross Natalie Wood was first offered the role of "Etta Place" but was forced to turn down the role due to her pregnancy.

"GOODBYE COLUMBUS" 1969      Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Ali MacGraw     One of several movies that Natalie turned down when she put her film career on hold while attending UCLA.

"GOODBYE COLUMBUS" 1969 Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Ali MacGraw One of several movies that Natalie turned down when she put her film career on hold while attending UCLA.

Women in Love 1969      Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Jennie Linden      Natalie Wood, the only Hollywoodian considered for Ursula.

Women in Love 1969 Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Jennie Linden Natalie Wood, the only Hollywoodian considered for Ursula.

"BUNNY LAKE IS MISSING" 1965    Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Carol Linley           Columbia Pictures wanted Otto Preminger to cast Natalie Wood as Ann Lake, who was eager to play the role, but Preminger insisted upon using Carol Lynley.

"BUNNY LAKE IS MISSING" 1965 Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Carol Linley Columbia Pictures wanted Otto Preminger to cast Natalie Wood as Ann Lake, who was eager to play the role, but Preminger insisted upon using Carol Lynley.

"DIARY OF A MAD HOUSEWIFE" 1970      Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Carrie Snodgress    Natalie turned down the role of 'Tina' and accepted the role of 'Carol' in "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" instead.

"DIARY OF A MAD HOUSEWIFE" 1970 Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Carrie Snodgress Natalie turned down the role of 'Tina' and accepted the role of 'Carol' in "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" instead.

"LILITH" 1964      Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Jean Seberg       Other actresses considered for the title character included Yvette Mimieux, Sarah Miles, and Diane Cilento (the first choice of J.R. Salamanca, who's novel was the basis for the movie). Natalie Wood was also approached for the role, but was not interested.

"LILITH" 1964 Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Jean Seberg Other actresses considered for the title character included Yvette Mimieux, Sarah Miles, and Diane Cilento (the first choice of J.R. Salamanca, who's novel was the basis for the movie). Natalie Wood was also approached for the role, but was not interested.

"THE COLLECTOR" 1965      Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Samantha Eggar       Samantha Eggar, who only got the role after Natalie Wood turned it down. Wood went off to make Inside Daisy Clover, and Eggar was nominated for an Academy Award. William Wyler, one of the studio system's best directors, stands at his usual distance from the material, which has a rather stage-bound feel and lacks a real sense of claustrophobia. Though he made three more

"THE COLLECTOR" 1965 Natalie Wood Candidate; Finally Interpreted: Samantha Eggar Samantha Eggar, who only got the role after Natalie Wood turned it down. Wood went off to make Inside Daisy Clover, and Eggar was nominated for an Academy Award. William Wyler, one of the studio system's best directors, stands at his usual distance from the material, which has a rather stage-bound feel and lacks a real sense of claustrophobia. Though he made three more

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