Mitzi Gaynor, John Kerr & France Nuyen at 'South Pacific' Screening

Mitzi Gaynor, John Kerr, France Nuyen, Candace Lee

Host/Center Theatre Group's artistic director Michael Ritchie, and actors France Nuyen (A Girl Named Tamiko, The Joy Luck Club), Mitzi Gaynor (There's No Business Like Show Business, Les Girls), John Kerr (Tea and Sympathy, opposite Deborah Kerr – no relation), and Rod Gilfry prior to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' screening of Joshua Logan's 1958 musical hit South Pacific.

Starring Rossano Brazzi, Gaynor, Kerr, and Nuyen, and featuring Juanita Moore, Ray Walston, and others, South Pacific was presented on Friday, June 25, at the Academy's Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills.

Rod Gilfry has the Rossano Brazzi role in the national tour of South Pacific.

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1 Comment to Mitzi Gaynor, John Kerr & France Nuyen at 'South Pacific' Screening

  1. Bill B.

    One of the biggest casting errors ever was not giving the lead role to Doris Day. She would have been perfect.