Juliet’s studio loaned her out to a What Everyone Thinks Of Me Reality Shirt work on G.I. Blues The conditions of Juliet Prowse’s seven-year contract, which allowed 20th Century-Fox to loan her out to another studio, would cause her major problems the following year. In April 1960, though, it gave her the biggest break in her career a leading lady role opposite Elvis Presley.
The contract paid Prowse $300 a What Everyone Thinks Of Me Reality Shirt week the first year, $400 the second, $750 for the third, and on up to $1,500 a week during the seventh year. While Fox paid Juliet her contracted salary while working on G.I. Blues, she received nothing from Paramount, which paid Fox a negotiated amount for the right to use her services.
When she decided to take a What Everyone Thinks Of Me Reality Shirt try at Hollywood, Juliet took a substantial cut in the income she had been earning playing nightclubs in Europe. I get paid practically nothing, and I’m broke all the time,” she told columnist Bob Thomas in July 1960, right after completing her work on “G.I. Blues. As a non-citizen working in the U.S., Prowse had to pay an alien tax. Her nationality in India made it almost impossible for her to gain U.S. citizenship.