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Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - ANN MILLER

A. ANDREA LEEDS - her Oscar-nominated co-star in "Stage Door" (1937)
B. BEVERLY ROSS - character portrayed by Ms. Miller in the 1943 film "Reveille with Beverly", directed by Charles Barton.
C. CAROLINA BLUES - her 1944 film as 'Julie Carver' opposite Kay Kyser
D. DANCER - many of Ann Miller's films take advantage of her wonderful dancing skills.
E. EVE PORTER - her character in EVE KNEW HER APPLES.
F. FRANK SINATRA - co-starred with Ms. Miller in several films, including "On the Town" in 1949.
G. GO WEST, YOUNG LADY - 1941 comedy musical western with Penny Singleton, Glenn Ford and Ann Miller.
H. HOME IMPROVEMENT - TV show she appeared on.
I. IRVING BERLIN - Composed the songs and music to the 1948 musical "Easter Parade", co-starring Judy Garland, Fred Astaire and Ann Miller.
J. JUDY SHELTON - character she played in "Melody Ranch".
K. KISS ME KATE - Ann sings and dances to "Too Darn Hot" in this musical take-off of "The Taming of the Shrew"
L. LEE GRANT - Her co-star in "Mulholland Drive".
M. MULHOLLAND DRIVE - in the 2001 neo-noir mystery Miller made her final film appearance.
N. NADINE HALE - her character in 'Easter Parade'
O. OPPOSITE SEX, THE - 1956 comedy she co-starred in with June Allyson, Joan Collins and Ann Sheridan.
P. PANTYHOUSE - According to the 1997 interview with network anchor Robert Osborne on "Private Screenings" on TCM, Ms. Miller claims to have been the inventor of pantyhouse while under contract with RKO. http://www.tcm.com/this-month/article/72685%7C0/Private-Screenings-Ann-Miller.html
Q. QUINN, ANTHONY - Was a featured guest in a series, "Lights, Camera, Action!: A Century of the Cinema (1996)", which Ann Miller made an appearance, as well.
R. ROOM SERVICE - was Hilda Manny in the 1938 Marx Brothers comedy.
S. SEAN EVERETT - Her co-star in "Mulholland Drive".
T. TARNISHED ANGEL - Ann Miller was 2nd female lead as Vi McMaster
U. UNFAITHFUL - What her father was to her mother, which caused her
mother to leave & divorce him in 1932. Taking them out west and into her future.
V. VICT'RY POLKA - A song and dance number performed by Ann Miller and Bill Shawn, in the 1944 film "Jam Session", directed by Charles Barton.
W: WATCH THE BIRDIE (1950) as Miss Lucky Vista
X. XAVIER CUGAT - Ann Miller was among the celebs who appeared in "Mighty Manhattan, New York's Wonder City" (1949), an MGM Short Subject film in which Xavier Cugat and his band were featured.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - ANN MILLER

A. ANDREA LEEDS - her Oscar-nominated co-star in "Stage Door" (1937)
B. BEVERLY ROSS - character portrayed by Ms. Miller in the 1943 film "Reveille with Beverly", directed by Charles Barton.
C. CAROLINA BLUES - her 1944 film as 'Julie Carver' opposite Kay Kyser
D. DANCER - many of Ann Miller's films take advantage of her wonderful dancing skills.
E. EVE PORTER - her character in EVE KNEW HER APPLES.
F. FRANK SINATRA - co-starred with Ms. Miller in several films, including "On the Town" in 1949.
G. GO WEST, YOUNG LADY - 1941 comedy musical western with Penny Singleton, Glenn Ford and Ann Miller.
H. HOME IMPROVEMENT - TV show she appeared on.
I. IRVING BERLIN - Composed the songs and music to the 1948 musical "Easter Parade", co-starring Judy Garland, Fred Astaire and Ann Miller.
J. JUDY SHELTON - character she played in "Melody Ranch".
K. KISS ME KATE - Ann sings and dances to "Too Darn Hot" in this musical take-off of "The Taming of the Shrew"
L. LEE GRANT - Her co-star in "Mulholland Drive".
M. MULHOLLAND DRIVE - in the 2001 neo-noir mystery Miller made her final film appearance.
N. NADINE HALE - her character in 'Easter Parade'
O. OPPOSITE SEX, THE - 1956 comedy she co-starred in with June Allyson, Joan Collins and Ann Sheridan.
P. PANTYHOUSE - According to the 1997 interview with network anchor Robert Osborne on "Private Screenings" on TCM, Ms. Miller claims to have been the inventor of pantyhouse while under contract with RKO. http://www.tcm.com/this-month/article/72685%7C0/Private-Screenings-Ann-Miller.html
Q. QUINN, ANTHONY - Was a featured guest in a series, "Lights, Camera, Action!: A Century of the Cinema (1996)", which Ann Miller made an appearance, as well.
R. ROOM SERVICE - was Hilda Manny in the 1938 Marx Brothers comedy.
S. SEAN EVERETT - Her co-star in "Mulholland Drive".
T. TARNISHED ANGEL - Ann Miller was 2nd female lead as Vi McMaster
U. UNFAITHFUL - What her father was to her mother, which caused her
mother to leave & divorce him in 1932. Taking them out west and into her future.
V. VICT'RY POLKA - A song and dance number performed by Ann Miller and Bill Shawn, in the 1944 film "Jam Session", directed by Charles Barton.
W: WATCH THE BIRDIE (1950) as Miss Lucky Vista
X. XAVIER CUGAT - Ann Miller was among the celebs who appeared in "Mighty Manhattan, New York's Wonder City" (1949), an MGM Short Subject film in which Xavier Cugat and his band were featured.
Y. Younger than it said on the fake birth certificate she needed to prove she was 18

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - ANN MILLER

A. ANDREA LEEDS - her Oscar-nominated co-star in "Stage Door" (1937)
B. BEVERLY ROSS - character portrayed by Ms. Miller in the 1943 film "Reveille with Beverly", directed by Charles Barton.
C. CAROLINA BLUES - her 1944 film as 'Julie Carver' opposite Kay Kyser
D. DANCER - many of Ann Miller's films take advantage of her wonderful dancing skills.
E. EVE PORTER - her character in EVE KNEW HER APPLES.
F. FRANK SINATRA - co-starred with Ms. Miller in several films, including "On the Town" in 1949.
G. GO WEST, YOUNG LADY - 1941 comedy musical western with Penny Singleton, Glenn Ford and Ann Miller.
H. HOME IMPROVEMENT - TV show she appeared on.
I. IRVING BERLIN - Composed the songs and music to the 1948 musical "Easter Parade", co-starring Judy Garland, Fred Astaire and Ann Miller.
J. JUDY SHELTON - character she played in "Melody Ranch".
K. KISS ME KATE - Ann sings and dances to "Too Darn Hot" in this musical take-off of "The Taming of the Shrew"
L. LEE GRANT - Her co-star in "Mulholland Drive".
M. MULHOLLAND DRIVE - in the 2001 neo-noir mystery Miller made her final film appearance.
N. NADINE HALE - her character in 'Easter Parade'
O. OPPOSITE SEX, THE - 1956 comedy she co-starred in with June Allyson, Joan Collins and Ann Sheridan.
P. PANTYHOUSE - According to the 1997 interview with network anchor Robert Osborne on "Private Screenings" on TCM, Ms. Miller claims to have been the inventor of pantyhouse while under contract with RKO. http://www.tcm.com/this-month/article/72685%7C0/Private-Screenings-Ann-Miller.html
Q. QUINN, ANTHONY - Was a featured guest in a series, "Lights, Camera, Action!: A Century of the Cinema (1996)", which Ann Miller made an appearance, as well.
R. ROOM SERVICE - was Hilda Manny in the 1938 Marx Brothers comedy.
S. SEAN EVERETT - Her co-star in "Mulholland Drive".
T. TARNISHED ANGEL - Ann Miller was 2nd female lead as Vi McMaster
U. UNFAITHFUL - What her father was to her mother, which caused her
mother to leave & divorce him in 1932. Taking them out west and into her future.
V. VICT'RY POLKA - A song and dance number performed by Ann Miller and Bill Shawn, in the 1944 film "Jam Session", directed by Charles Barton.
W: WATCH THE BIRDIE (1950) as Miss Lucky Vista
X. XAVIER CUGAT - Ann Miller was among the celebs who appeared in "Mighty Manhattan, New York's Wonder City" (1949), an MGM Short Subject film in which Xavier Cugat and his band were featured.
Y. YOUNGER than it said on the fake birth certificate she needed to prove she was 18
Z. ZSA ZSA GABOR - appearead along with Ann Miller and a huge cast in "Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood"

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Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément

CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément
K. KOJAK - Ms. Albright guest-starred in an episode titled "The Corrupter"

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément
K. KOJAK - Ms. Albright guest-starred in an episode titled "The Corrupter"
L. LESLIE PARRISH - co-starred with Lola Albright in the 1967 film drama "The Money Jungle"

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément
K. KOJAK - Ms. Albright guest-starred in an episode titled "The Corrupter"
L. LESLIE PARRISH - co-starred with Lola Albright in the 1967 film drama "The Money Jungle"
M. MY THREE SONS - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode ("Going Steady", 1962) of the television series, "My Three Sons".

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément
K. KOJAK - Ms. Albright guest-starred in an episode titled "The Corrupter"
L. LESLIE PARRISH - co-starred with Lola Albright in the 1967 film drama "The Money Jungle"
M. MY THREE SONS - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode ("Going Steady", 1962) of the television series, "My Three Sons".
N. NICK CRAVAT - Her co-star in the film "The Way West".

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément
K. KOJAK - Ms. Albright guest-starred in an episode titled "The Corrupter"
L. LESLIE PARRISH - co-starred with Lola Albright in the 1967 film drama "The Money Jungle"
M. MY THREE SONS - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode ("Going Steady", 1962) of the television series, "My Three Sons".
N. NOMINATED FOR 1 EMMY - for Best Supporting Actress (Continuing Character) in a Drama for "Peter Gunn"

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément
K. KOJAK - Ms. Albright guest-starred in an episode titled "The Corrupter"
L. LESLIE PARRISH - co-starred with Lola Albright in the 1967 film drama "The Money Jungle"
M. MY THREE SONS - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode ("Going Steady", 1962) of the television series, "My Three Sons".
N. NOMINATED FOR 1 EMMY - for Best Supporting Actress (Continuing Character) in a Drama for "Peter Gunn"
O. OHIO - Place of birth, in Akron, Ohio (20 July, 1925).

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIII - LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément
K. KOJAK - Ms. Albright guest-starred in an episode titled "The Corrupter"
L. LESLIE PARRISH - co-starred with Lola Albright in the 1967 film drama "The Money Jungle"
M. MY THREE SONS - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode ("Going Steady", 1962) of the television series, "My Three Sons".
N. NOMINATED FOR 1 EMMY - for Best Supporting Actress (Continuing Character) in a Drama for "Peter Gunn"
O. OHIO - Place of birth, in Akron, Ohio (20 July, 1925).
P. PEYTON PLACE - when Dorothy Malone became ill, Ms. Albright played Constance MacKenzie for 14 episodes of the hit night-time soap.

FINAL GAME. All participants welcome. Classic Actor: LOLA ALBRIGHT

Perhaps the originator of this thread and others will assist in completing this final game?



A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément
K. KOJAK - Ms. Albright guest-starred in an episode titled "The Corrupter"
L. LESLIE PARRISH - co-starred with Lola Albright in the 1967 film drama "The Money Jungle"
M. MY THREE SONS - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode ("Going Steady", 1962) of the television series, "My Three Sons".
N. NOMINATED FOR 1 EMMY - for Best Supporting Actress (Continuing Character) in a Drama for "Peter Gunn"
O. OHIO - Place of birth, in Akron, Ohio (20 July, 1925).
P. PEYTON PLACE - when Dorothy Malone became ill, Ms. Albright played Constance MacKenzie for 14 episodes of the hit night-time soap.
Q. QUINCY, M.E. - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode of this television series. ("Murder on Ice", 1983) as Prosecutor Liz McKenna.

Re: FINAL GAME. All participants welcome. Classic Actor: LOLA ALBRIGHT

Perhaps the originator of this thread and others will assist in completing this final game?



A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément
K. KOJAK - Ms. Albright guest-starred in an episode titled "The Corrupter"
L. LESLIE PARRISH - co-starred with Lola Albright in the 1967 film drama "The Money Jungle"
M. MY THREE SONS - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode ("Going Steady", 1962) of the television series, "My Three Sons".
N. NOMINATED FOR 1 EMMY - for Best Supporting Actress (Continuing Character) in a Drama for "Peter Gunn"
O. OHIO - Place of birth, in Akron, Ohio (20 July, 1925).
P. PEYTON PLACE - when Dorothy Malone became ill, Ms. Albright played Constance MacKenzie for 14 episodes of the hit night-time soap.
Q. QUINCY, M.E. - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode of this television series. ("Murder on Ice", 1983) as Prosecutor Liz McKenna.
R. RODDY McDOWALL - her co-star in "Lord Love A Duck".

Re: FINAL GAME. All participants welcome. Classic Actor: LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément
K. KOJAK - Ms. Albright guest-starred in an episode titled "The Corrupter"
L. LESLIE PARRISH - co-starred with Lola Albright in the 1967 film drama "The Money Jungle"
M. MY THREE SONS - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode ("Going Steady", 1962) of the television series, "My Three Sons".
N. NOMINATED FOR 1 EMMY - for Best Supporting Actress (Continuing Character) in a Drama for "Peter Gunn"
O. OHIO - Place of birth, in Akron, Ohio (20 July, 1925).
P. PEYTON PLACE - when Dorothy Malone became ill, Ms. Albright played Constance MacKenzie for 14 episodes of the hit night-time soap.
Q. QUINCY, M.E. - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode of this television series. ("Murder on Ice", 1983) as Prosecutor Liz McKenna.
R. RODDY McDOWALL - her co-star in "Lord Love A Duck".
S. SAINTS AND SINNERS - TV series in which Ms. Albright, portraying the role of Emily Fielder, appeared in one episode ("Dear George, the Siamese Cat Is Missing", 1962).


Let us realize the arc of the moral universe is long but it bends toward justice.—MLK, Jr.

Re: FINAL GAME. All participants welcome. Classic Actor: LOLA ALBRIGHT

A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément
K. KOJAK - Ms. Albright guest-starred in an episode titled "The Corrupter"
L. LESLIE PARRISH - co-starred with Lola Albright in the 1967 film drama "The Money Jungle"
M. MY THREE SONS - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode ("Going Steady", 1962) of the television series, "My Three Sons".
N. NOMINATED FOR 1 EMMY - for Best Supporting Actress (Continuing Character) in a Drama for "Peter Gunn"
O. OHIO - Place of birth, in Akron, Ohio (20 July, 1925).
P. PEYTON PLACE - when Dorothy Malone became ill, Ms. Albright played Constance MacKenzie for 14 episodes of the hit night-time soap.
Q. QUINCY, M.E. - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode of this television series. ("Murder on Ice", 1983) as Prosecutor Liz McKenna.
R. RODDY McDOWALL - her co-star in "Lord Love A Duck".
S. SAINTS AND SINNERS - TV series in which Ms. Albright, portraying the role of Emily Fielder, appeared in one episode ("Dear George, the Siamese Cat Is Missing", 1962).
T. TUESDAY WELD - played her daughter in "Lord Love A Duck".

Re: FINAL GAME. All participants welcome. Classic Actor: LOLA ALBRIGHT

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A. ALAIN DELON - her co-star in "Joy House"
B. BURKE'S LAW - TvV Series (1963-1965) She appeared in 5 episodes as 5 different characters.
C. CHAMPION - film she made with Kirk Douglas.
D. "DREAM BIG, DREAM DEADLY" - Ms. Albright sang "Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)" in this episode of the 1960's American television series, "Peter Gunn" created by Blake Edwards.
E. ELVIS PRESLEY - her co-star in "Kid Galahad".
F. FRANCIE BENNET - Albright's role in 1950 noir-thriller "The Killer That Stalked New York"
G. GEORGE AXELROD - director of the black comedy "Lord Love a Duck", a 1966 film in which Ms. Albright portrays cocktail waitress Marie Greene, the mother of Barbara Ann Greene.
H. HANNAH - Ms. Albright's role in 1975 TV film "The Nurse Killer"
I. IT'S A GREAT LIFE - TV show she was on in the 1950's.
J. JOY HOUSE - Or "Les félins", the original title. Ms. Albright appeared with Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in this 1964 film, directed by René Clément
K. KOJAK - Ms. Albright guest-starred in an episode titled "The Corrupter"
L. LESLIE PARRISH - co-starred with Lola Albright in the 1967 film drama "The Money Jungle"
M. MY THREE SONS - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode ("Going Steady", 1962) of the television series, "My Three Sons".
N. NOMINATED FOR 1 EMMY - for Best Supporting Actress (Continuing Character) in a Drama for "Peter Gunn"
O. OHIO - Place of birth, in Akron, Ohio (20 July, 1925).
P. PEYTON PLACE - when Dorothy Malone became ill, Ms. Albright played Constance MacKenzie for 14 episodes of the hit night-time soap.
Q. QUINCY, M.E. - Ms. Albright appeared in one episode of this television series. ("Murder on Ice", 1983) as Prosecutor Liz McKenna.
R. RODDY McDOWALL - her co-star in "Lord Love A Duck".
S. SAINTS AND SINNERS - TV series in which Ms. Albright, portraying the role of Emily Fielder, appeared in one episode ("Dear George, the Siamese Cat Is Missing", 1962).
T. TUESDAY WELD - played her daughter in "Lord Love A Duck".
U. UNIFISHED DANCE, THE - Early in her career, Ms. Albright appeared in this 1947 film, directed by Henry Koster. She was cast in an uncredited role as a fashion house associate.
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