A recent column at Glenn Erickson's DVD Savant site pointed me to an interesting radio interview with Eleanor Parker, who is now 87. (Click the title of this post for the show.)
At the start of the program Parker mentions her favorite costar, who happens to be on my list of 20 Favorite Actors.
The interview resumes around the 18-minute mark, at which point she names the male costar she couldn't stand -- and ironically he's also on my list of 20 Favorite Actors!
Eleanor Parker movies previously reviewed here: SOLDIERS IN WHITE and MEN OF THE SKY (1942 shorts), THE VERY THOUGHT OF YOU (1944), CRIME BY NIGHT (1944), PRIDE OF THE MARINES (1945), NEVER SAY GOODBYE (1946), IT'S A GREAT FEELING (1949), DETECTIVE STORY (1951), ABOVE AND BEYOND (1952), SCARAMOUCHE (1952), ESCAPE FROM FORT BRAVO (1953), and MANY RIVERS TO CROSS (1955).