Ann-father Margret’s refused to see one of Ann-movies Margret’s because it gave her nightmares.


Ann-father Margret’s refused to see one of Ann-movies Margret’s because it gave her nightmares.

Ann-Margret directed a number of legendary films, including one that her father refused to watch. Intriguingly, she appeared in the picture alongside Jack Nicholson. Here’s a look at a movie that gave her nightmares while it was being made — and who won the Oscar instead of her.

While working on one of her films, Ann-Margret had “nightmares.”

Ann-Margret and George Hamilton interviewed each other for Interview Magazine. Hamilton is a well-known actor who has appeared in films such as Zorro, The Gay Blade, The Godfather Part III, Doc Hollywood, and 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag. During the conversation, Hamilton stated that Ann-role Margret’s in Carnal Knowledge was the first time she was recognized as a serious performer.

“Well, I remember reading the script and knowing that I had to do it, and thinking about where I’d have to go to do that part well, which was far, far down,” she explained. “It was an eye-opening experience. I was having nightmares.”

Elvis Presley received something from Ann-Margret that Priscilla Presley flushed down the toilet.

Following that, Hamilton inquired if Ann-Margret was shocked by the reception of Carnal Knowledge. She said, “I was startled… and grateful.” “To tell you the truth, my father had never seen the film. He was ecstatic that I had received such high acclaim for my acting, but he had never seen it. He couldn’t realize that I’m an only kid, his little daughter. For him, it would have been upsetting.” To put things in perspective, the picture was fairly sexually graphic at the time.

Ann-feelings Margret’s on Jack Nicholson

In addition, Hamilton inquired about Ann-memories Margret’s of working with Jack Nicholson in Carnal Knowledge. She remembered, “Oh, he was so nice with me.” “There was a scenario where I was crying and he was yelling and screaming,” she says. He always checked to see if I was okay, and then he… This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.


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