When Jennifer Jones arrived in Hollywood in 1939 she still called herself Phyllis Isley. Her face and especially her eyes drew the attention of the producer David O. Selznick who did not only allow her a great career but also fell in love with her and finally married Jennifer Jones in 1949. For her role in "The song of Bernadette (1943)" she gained an oscar as best actress. Between the years 1946 and 1948 she consolidated her fame as either the innocent adolescent or the passionate lover: e.g. in "Cluny Brown (1946)", "Duel in the Sun (1946)" or "Portrait of Jennie (1948)".
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