“I had no lines, and I had trouble staying awake,” Garner recalled. After “Caine Mutiny,” Garner found work in Hollywood as a bit player in the “Cheyenne” TV series. Warner Bros. gave him a screen test and signed him to a seven-year contract starting at $200 a week. The studio cast him in supporting roles in three minor films, followed by the important break as Marlon Brando’s sidekick in “Sayonara.” When Charlton Heston declined a war movie, “Darby’s http://headlinenewsupdated.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-dating-point-to-launch-its-newest.html Rangers,” because of a money dispute, Garner assumed the role. “Maverick,” which co-starred Jack Kelly as brother Bart Maverick, made its debut on Sept. 22, 1957, launching him as a star. Garner was born James Scott Bumgarner (some references say Baumgarner) in Norman, Oklahoma. His mother died when he was 5, and friends and http://www.coastalnewsnow.com/5524-the-dating-point-to-launch-its-newest-website-for-mens-dating-guide_cnn.html relatives cared for him and his two brothers for a time while his father was in California.
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