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F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood (1976)





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This TV movie delves into the unhappy later years of novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald (here played by Jason Miller). Broke and virtually written-out by the late 1930s, Fitzgerald is compelled to accept screenwriting work in Tinseltown where he is frustrated that his work is extensively rewritten and revised -- if not rejected altogether. On a personal level, Fitzgerald must deal with his wife Zelda (Tuesday Weld), now sequestered in a North Carolina mental institution. Seeking some reason for living, Fitzgerald inaugurates an affair with Hollywood columnist Sheila Graham (Julia Foster). Not all that incisive, and saddled with an unsympathetic drunkard as a central character, F. Scott Fitzgerald is still superior to Hollywood's previous version of the Fitzgerald/Graham romance, Beloved Infidel. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Jason Miller
as F. Scott Fitzgerald
Tuesday Weld
as Zelda Fitzgerald
Michael Lerner
as Marvin Margulies
Tom Ligon
as Alan Campbell
Julia Foster
as Sheilah Graham
Dolores Sutton
as Dorothy Parker
John Randolph
as Rupert Wahler
James Woods
as Lenny Schoenfeld
Tom Rosqui
as Edwin Knopf
Paul Lambert
as Lucius Krieger
Jacque Lynn Colton
as Schwab's Waitress
Norma Connolly
as Zelda's Nurse
Robert Ball
as Short Hobo
Jim Boles
as Studio Guard
Herb Carter
as Tall Hobo
Arthur Franz
as Man at Party
Robert Gibbons
as Mortician
James Hall
as Bellboy
Jay Hammer
as Young Writer
Stuart Nisbet
as Hotel Clerk
Buddy Ochoa
as Associate to Wahler
Jessica Rains
as Airport Waitress
Robert Redding
as Drugstore Cowboy
Reggie Valencia
as Producer at Pool
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By a stroke of genius, Tuesday Weld has been cast as Zelda. She is so exquisitely perfect in the role that no one but Miss Weld will ever again be able to play it.

November 14, 2019 | Full Review…

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