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Goldie Hawn‘s arise to celebrity wasn’t always pretty.
The Snatched singer opens adult in PEOPLE’s latest cover story about a time famed cartoonist Al Capp came on to her in an barbarous “casting couch” moment. After using into a casting representative on a streets of New York, a immature singer met with Capp for what she suspicion was an audition.
“I was 19. we went adult for a ‘meet,’ and it was so scary,” Hawn tells PEOPLE Editor-in-Chief Jess Cagle. “He took off his business garments and came in in, like, a sauce gown. we got a picture, and we thought, ‘I’m in trouble. Where’s a door?’ ”
Hawn recalls how she was quickly put during palliate when Capp gave her a constructive behaving note she suspicion to be true, though his genuine intentions shortly became apparent as she sat down subsequent to him.
“I went, ‘Wait a minute. He knows what he’s articulate about,’ ” she remembers. “I said, ‘Okay, so I’ll do it, like, some-more quiet, some-more real.’ Then he wanted me to uncover my legs, and we said, ‘You know, Mr. Capp, we don’t know. we don’t consider so,’ and afterwards we sat down and he wanted me to give him a kiss, and we went, ‘I don’t do this. I’m sorry.’ ”
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Hawn, who initial suggested a story prolonged after she became a star, says a late Lil’ Abner cartoonist became indignant and told her she’s “never gonna make anything in your life” and to go home and marry a dentist.
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“I was great and we didn’t have any income to go behind to a [1964 New York] World’s Fair, where we was dancing, and so he threw me $20 for a taxicab,” she adds. “It wasn’t a good day.”
Years later, Hawn wrote Capp a note after she was expel on Laugh-In in 1968 and won an Oscar for 1969’s Cactus Flower, thanking him for not casting her on a show, saying, “I didn’t have to go marry a Jewish dentist.” Capp died in 1979 during a age of 70.