Doris Davenport: Born January 1, 1917 in Moline. (died June 18, 1980) Samuel Goldwyn gave her the part of Eddie Cantor's sweetheart in the famous ice cream factory scene (sung by Ethel Merman, Cantor, Davenport, Warren Hymer and Children's Chorus) after he saw her work as a Goldwyn Girl. As Doris Jordan, she tested for the part of Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind (1939) and was one of the finalists. That test interested Goldwyn enough to cast her opposite Gary Cooper in "The Westerner" (1940). Her career ended shortly after due to a car crash in which her legs were crushed, so that for the remainder of her life she could not walk without the use of a cane.