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MISCASTING. By this term is not understood any pretended miscasting or misvaluing, but simply an error in auditing and numbering. 4 Bouv. Inst. n. 4128.

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Based on Philip Roth's novel of the same name, The Human Stain is ultimately let down by the miscasting of the two leadsDVD Extras: Jean--Yves Escoffier Tribute and more.
Apart from it being another example of how the Yanks got all the credit (shades of Errol Flynn conquering Burma for the Americans all those years ago), as no doubt they will after the Afghanistan efforts, the miscasting of Friends comic David Schwimmer as a brutish officer weakened every scene he was in.
With typical French restraint, Barrot subsequently played down his 11th-hour split from the organization as a "miscasting": "I am not an enemy of anyone, and certainly not of the festival," he said.
Two classic examples of miscasting make In Love And War (12) difficult to get to grips with.
The only sour note comes with Reeves' miscasting as the doctor.