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Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIV - EDWARD ASNER (Happy 87th 11/15/1929)

CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIV - EDWARD ASNER (Happy 87th. Born : 11/15/1929) :

A. ASSISTANT - His first ever theatrical movie role was (uncredited) as
"Assistant District Attorney Frank Gerson" in the 1962 Elvis Presely picture "Kid Galahad".
B. BURKE'S LAW - TV show he appeared on early in his career.
C. CHANGE OF HABIT - film with Elvis Presley and future TV co-star Mary Tyler Moore
D. DOROTHY McGUIRE - played long-suffering wife Mary to his gruff husband Axel Jordache in water-cooler buzzy 1976 mini-series "Rich Man, Poor Man"
E. EMMY - Has won 7 Emmy Awards.
F. FORT APACHE THE BRONX - 1971 police drama (played Connolly) with Paul Newman and Ken Wahl.
G. GRANT - Played the iconic TV character Lou Grant on THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW and spin-off series LOU GRANT.
H. HOT IN CLEVELAND - guest-starred in an episode as Jameson.
I. INNOCENCE - Believes in the innocence of Black Panther and convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal.
J. JUDGE MORDECAI PRICE - recent role in feature film "Boonville Redemption"
K. KING AND QUEEN OF MOONLIGHT BAY, THE - 2003 TV movie as Auggie Sinclair
L. LEVAR BURTON - played Kunta Kinte in ground-breaking miniseries "Roots"; the ship that brought his character to America in the slave ship was commanded by Capt. Thomas Davies, played by Edward Asner.
M. MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA - Setting for THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW, for which Asner won 3 of his 7 Emmy Awards.
N. NAKED CITY - early role as Lt. Vince Busti in two 1961 episodes.
O. OPPOSED - On 3/30/2012, The Screen Actors Guild & The American Federation
of Television and Radio Artists,completed a merger. Forming a new union SAG-AFTRA.
Ed Asner is opposed to the merger, stating the merger would destroy the SAG's
health plan and dis-empower actors. Asner & many fellow actors, filed a lawsuit
against SAG Pres. Ken Howard & SAG vice presidents. The matter is still legally pending.
P. PAUL NEWMAN - Asner's co-star in FORT APACHE, THE BRONX.
Q. QUINN MARTIN - Producer of many prime time dramas from 1959 to 1980 and Ed guest starred
(12 times altogether) on four of his series : THE FBI, THE INVADERS, THE FUGITIVE and THE UNTOUCHABLES.




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Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIV - EDWARD ASNER (Happy 87th 11/15/1929)

CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XIV - EDWARD ASNER (Happy 87th. Born : 11/15/1929) :

A. ASSISTANT - His first ever theatrical movie role was (uncredited) as
"Assistant District Attorney Frank Gerson" in the 1962 Elvis Presely picture "Kid Galahad".
B. BURKE'S LAW - TV show he appeared on early in his career.
C. CHANGE OF HABIT - film with Elvis Presley and future TV co-star Mary Tyler Moore
D. DOROTHY McGUIRE - played long-suffering wife Mary to his gruff husband Axel Jordache in water-cooler buzzy 1976 mini-series "Rich Man, Poor Man"
E. EMMY - Has won 7 Emmy Awards.
F. FORT APACHE THE BRONX - 1971 police drama (played Connolly) with Paul Newman and Ken Wahl.
G. GRANT - Played the iconic TV character Lou Grant on THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW and spin-off series LOU GRANT.
H. HOT IN CLEVELAND - guest-starred in an episode as Jameson.
I. INNOCENCE - Believes in the innocence of Black Panther and convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal.
J. JUDGE MORDECAI PRICE - recent role in feature film "Boonville Redemption"
K. KING AND QUEEN OF MOONLIGHT BAY, THE - 2003 TV movie as Auggie Sinclair
L. LEVAR BURTON - played Kunta Kinte in ground-breaking miniseries "Roots"; the ship that brought his character to America in the slave ship was commanded by Capt. Thomas Davies, played by Edward Asner.
M. MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA - Setting for THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW, for which Asner won 3 of his 7 Emmy Awards.
N. NAKED CITY - early role as Lt. Vince Busti in two 1961 episodes.
O. OPPOSED - On 3/30/2012, The Screen Actors Guild & The American Federation
of Television and Radio Artists,completed a merger. Forming a new union SAG-AFTRA.
Ed Asner is opposed to the merger, stating the merger would destroy the SAG's
health plan and dis-empower actors. Asner & many fellow actors, filed a lawsuit
against SAG Pres. Ken Howard & SAG vice presidents. The matter is still legally pending.
P. PAUL NEWMAN - Asner's co-star in FORT APACHE, THE BRONX.
Q. QUINN MARTIN - Producer of many prime time dramas from 1959 to 1980 and Ed guest starred
(12 times altogether) on four of his series : THE FBI, THE INVADERS, THE FUGITIVE and THE UNTOUCHABLES.
R. RHODA MORGENSTERN - character played by Valerie Harper who had a date with Lou Grant, played by Ed Asner, on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show".

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

24 hours old time for a new one.

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.
O. OSCAR NOMINATION - Mr. Grant garnered two Academy Award nominations during his career: Best Actor in a Leading Role Penny Serenade (1941), and Best Actor in a Leading Role
None But the Lonely Heart (1944). In 1970, he was presented with an Honorary Award
For his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.
O. OSCAR NOMINATION - Mr. Grant garnered two Academy Award nominations during his career: Best Actor in a Leading Role Penny Serenade (1941), and Best Actor in a Leading Role
None But the Lonely Heart (1944). In 1970, he was presented with an Honorary Award
For his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.
P. PEOPLE WILL TALK - film he made in 1951.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.
O. OSCAR NOMINATION - Mr. Grant garnered two Academy Award nominations during his career: Best Actor in a Leading Role Penny Serenade (1941), and Best Actor in a Leading Role
None But the Lonely Heart (1944). In 1970, he was presented with an Honorary Award
For his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.
P. PEOPLE WILL TALK - film he made in 1951.
Q. QUIQUE JOURDAN - Mr. Grant was good friends with "Quique" (Berthe Frédérique Jourdan), the wife of Louis Jourdan.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.
O. OSCAR NOMINATION - Mr. Grant garnered two Academy Award nominations during his career: Best Actor in a Leading Role Penny Serenade (1941), and Best Actor in a Leading Role
None But the Lonely Heart (1944). In 1970, he was presented with an Honorary Award
For his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.
P. PEOPLE WILL TALK - film he made in 1951.
Q. QUIQUE JOURDAN - Mr. Grant was good friends with "Quique" (Berthe Frédérique Jourdan), the wife of Louis Jourdan.
R. ROGER THORNHILL - His character in NORTH BY NORTHWEST.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.
O. OSCAR NOMINATION - Mr. Grant garnered two Academy Award nominations during his career: Best Actor in a Leading Role Penny Serenade (1941), and Best Actor in a Leading Role
None But the Lonely Heart (1944). In 1970, he was presented with an Honorary Award
For his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.
P. PEOPLE WILL TALK - film he made in 1951.
Q. QUIQUE JOURDAN - Mr. Grant was good friends with "Quique" (Berthe Frédérique Jourdan), the wife of Louis Jourdan.
R. ROGER THORNHILL - His character in NORTH BY NORTHWEST.
S. SAMANTHA EGGAR - his co-star in WALK, DON'T RUN.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.
O. OSCAR NOMINATION - Mr. Grant garnered two Academy Award nominations during his career: Best Actor in a Leading Role Penny Serenade (1941), and Best Actor in a Leading Role
None But the Lonely Heart (1944). In 1970, he was presented with an Honorary Award
For his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.
P. PEOPLE WILL TALK - film he made in 1951.
Q. QUIQUE JOURDAN - Mr. Grant was good friends with "Quique" (Berthe Frédérique Jourdan), the wife of Louis Jourdan.
R. ROGER THORNHILL - His character in NORTH BY NORTHWEST.
S. SAMANTHA EGGAR - his co-star in WALK, DON'T RUN.
T. TOPPER - first in series of three supernatural comedies; Grant was in this one only as George Kerby.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.
O. OSCAR NOMINATION - Mr. Grant garnered two Academy Award nominations during his career: Best Actor in a Leading Role Penny Serenade (1941), and Best Actor in a Leading Role
None But the Lonely Heart (1944). In 1970, he was presented with an Honorary Award
For his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.
P. PEOPLE WILL TALK - film he made in 1951.
Q. QUIQUE JOURDAN - Mr. Grant was good friends with "Quique" (Berthe Frédérique Jourdan), the wife of Louis Jourdan.
R. ROGER THORNHILL - His character in NORTH BY NORTHWEST.
S. SAMANTHA EGGAR - his co-star in WALK, DON'T RUN.
T. TOPPER - first in series of three supernatural comedies; Grant was in this one only as George Kerby.
U. UNA O'CONNOR - appeared in the 1936 film "Suzy" with Mr. Grant.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.
O. OSCAR NOMINATION - Mr. Grant garnered two Academy Award nominations during his career: Best Actor in a Leading Role Penny Serenade (1941), and Best Actor in a Leading Role
None But the Lonely Heart (1944). In 1970, he was presented with an Honorary Award
For his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.
P. PEOPLE WILL TALK - film he made in 1951.
Q. QUIQUE JOURDAN - Mr. Grant was good friends with "Quique" (Berthe Frédérique Jourdan), the wife of Louis Jourdan.
R. ROGER THORNHILL - His character in NORTH BY NORTHWEST.
S. SAMANTHA EGGAR - his co-star in WALK, DON'T RUN.
T. TOPPER - first in series of three supernatural comedies; Grant was in this one only as George Kerby.
U. UNA O'CONNOR - appeared in the 1936 film "Suzy" with Mr. Grant.
V. VICTOR RHYALL - his character in THE GRASS IS GREENER.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.
O. OSCAR NOMINATION - Mr. Grant garnered two Academy Award nominations during his career: Best Actor in a Leading Role Penny Serenade (1941), and Best Actor in a Leading Role
None But the Lonely Heart (1944). In 1970, he was presented with an Honorary Award
For his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.
P. PEOPLE WILL TALK - film he made in 1951.
Q. QUIQUE JOURDAN - Mr. Grant was good friends with "Quique" (Berthe Frédérique Jourdan), the wife of Louis Jourdan.
R. ROGER THORNHILL - His character in NORTH BY NORTHWEST.
S. SAMANTHA EGGAR - his co-star in WALK, DON'T RUN.
T. TOPPER - first in series of three supernatural comedies; Grant was in this one only as George Kerby.
U. UNA O'CONNOR - appeared in the 1936 film "Suzy" with Mr. Grant.
V. VICTOR RHYALL - his character in THE GRASS IS GREENER.
W. WALK, DON'T RUN - one of his later films.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.
O. OSCAR NOMINATION - Mr. Grant garnered two Academy Award nominations during his career: Best Actor in a Leading Role Penny Serenade (1941), and Best Actor in a Leading Role
None But the Lonely Heart (1944). In 1970, he was presented with an Honorary Award
For his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.
P. PEOPLE WILL TALK - film he made in 1951.
Q. QUIQUE JOURDAN - Mr. Grant was good friends with "Quique" (Berthe Frédérique Jourdan), the wife of Louis Jourdan.
R. ROGER THORNHILL - His character in NORTH BY NORTHWEST.
S. SAMANTHA EGGAR - his co-star in WALK, DON'T RUN.
T. TOPPER - first in series of three supernatural comedies; Grant was in this one only as George Kerby.
U. UNA O'CONNOR - appeared in the 1936 film "Suzy" with Mr. Grant.
V. VICTOR RHYALL - his character in THE GRASS IS GREENER.
W. WALK, DON'T RUN - one of his later films.
X. X appears in his "Philadelphia Story" character's name C. K. DeXter Haven.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.
O. OSCAR NOMINATION - Mr. Grant garnered two Academy Award nominations during his career: Best Actor in a Leading Role Penny Serenade (1941), and Best Actor in a Leading Role
None But the Lonely Heart (1944). In 1970, he was presented with an Honorary Award
For his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.
P. PEOPLE WILL TALK - film he made in 1951.
Q. QUIQUE JOURDAN - Mr. Grant was good friends with "Quique" (Berthe Frédérique Jourdan), the wife of Louis Jourdan.
R. ROGER THORNHILL - His character in NORTH BY NORTHWEST.
S. SAMANTHA EGGAR - his co-star in WALK, DON'T RUN.
T. TOPPER - first in series of three supernatural comedies; Grant was in this one only as George Kerby.
U. UNA O'CONNOR - appeared in the 1936 film "Suzy" with Mr. Grant.
V. VICTOR RHYALL - his character in THE GRASS IS GREENER.
W. WALK, DON'T RUN - one of his later films.
X. X appears in his "Philadelphia Story" character's name C. K. DeXter Haven.
Y. YOUNG, GIG - Grant's co-star in "That Touch of Mink"

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Cary Grant

A. AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER - 1957 film with Deborah Kerr.
B. BARBARA HUTTON, BETSY DRAKE & BARBARA HARRIS - 3 of Grant's 5 wives (at diff. times)
C. COLE PORTER - His character in NIGHT AND DAY.
D. DEBORAH KERR - Grant's co-star in "An Affair To Remember" and "The Grass Is Greener"
E. ENTER MADAME! - an early film of his.
F. FRANK CAPRA - his director in ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
G. GEORGE KENNEDY - a co-star in the film CHARADE.
H. HORFIELD, Bristol, England - his place of birth, on 18 January 1904.
I. INDISCREET - film he made with Ingrid Bergman.
J. JAMES STEWART - co-star (and Best Actor winner for) The Philadelphia Story
K. KISS THEM FOR ME - one of his least valued films.
L. LEOPOLD DIIG - Character he portrayed in the 1942 film "The Talk of the Town", directed by George Stevens.
M. MARILYN MONROE - played Miss Laurel and Grant played Dr. Barnaby Fulton in hilarious "Monkey Business" (1952)
N. NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART - one of his best films.
O. OSCAR NOMINATION - Mr. Grant garnered two Academy Award nominations during his career: Best Actor in a Leading Role Penny Serenade (1941), and Best Actor in a Leading Role
None But the Lonely Heart (1944). In 1970, he was presented with an Honorary Award
For his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.
P. PEOPLE WILL TALK - film he made in 1951.
Q. QUIQUE JOURDAN - Mr. Grant was good friends with "Quique" (Berthe Frédérique Jourdan), the wife of Louis Jourdan.
R. ROGER THORNHILL - His character in NORTH BY NORTHWEST.
S. SAMANTHA EGGAR - his co-star in WALK, DON'T RUN.
T. TOPPER - first in series of three supernatural comedies; Grant was in this one only as George Kerby.
U. UNA O'CONNOR - appeared in the 1936 film "Suzy" with Mr. Grant.
V. VICTOR RHYALL - his character in THE GRASS IS GREENER.
W. WALK, DON'T RUN - one of his later films.
X. X appears in his "Philadelphia Story" character's name C. K. DeXter Haven.
Y. YOUNG, GIG - Grant's co-star in "That Touch of Mink"
Z. ZANY - An adjective that describes some of the comedies he starred in--notably MONKEY BUSINESS (1952).

Next: CLAIRE TREVOR



CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).



Dr. Franklin, what sort of government have you given us? A republic, if you can keep it.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.
I. IDONEE - her character in MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955)

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.
I. IDONEE - her character in MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955)
J. JOANNE WOODWARD - her co-star in THE STRIPPER

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.
I. IDONEE - her character in MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955)
J. JOANNE WOODWARD - her co-star in THE STRIPPER
K. KISS ME GOODBYE (1982) Listed as her last film on her IMDb page.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.
I. IDONEE - her character in MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955)
J. JOANNE WOODWARD - her co-star in THE STRIPPER
K. KISS ME GOODBYE (1982) Listed as her last film on her IMDb page.
L. LADY MACBETH - character in which Ms. Trevor portrayed in the 1955 film "Lucy Gallant", directed Robert Parrish.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.
I. IDONEE - her character in MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955)
J. JOANNE WOODWARD - her co-star in THE STRIPPER
K. KISS ME GOODBYE (1982) Listed as her last film on her IMDb page.
L. LADY MACBETH - character in which Ms. Trevor portrayed in the 1955 film "Lucy Gallant", directed Robert Parrish.
M. MURDER, SHE WROTE - one of her last credits, "Witness For the Defense" episode (1987)

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.
I. IDONEE - her character in MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955)
J. JOANNE WOODWARD - her co-star in THE STRIPPER
K. KISS ME GOODBYE (1982) Listed as her last film on her IMDb page.
L. LADY MACBETH - character in which Ms. Trevor portrayed in the 1955 film "Lucy Gallant", directed Robert Parrish.
M. MURDER, SHE WROTE - one of her last credits, "Witness For the Defense" episode (1987)
N. NEW YORK CITY - Place of birth (8 March 1910), born to Noel and Betty Wemlinger. In addition, Ms. Trevor is one of 22 Oscar-winning actresses to have been born in the state of New York (according to the information on her IMDB profile).

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.
I. IDONEE - her character in MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955)
J. JOANNE WOODWARD - her co-star in THE STRIPPER
K. KISS ME GOODBYE (1982) Listed as her last film on her IMDb page.
L. LADY MACBETH - character in which Ms. Trevor portrayed in the 1955 film "Lucy Gallant", directed Robert Parrish.
M. MURDER, SHE WROTE - one of her last credits, "Witness For the Defense" episode (1987)
N. NEW YORK CITY - Place of birth (8 March 1910), born to Noel and Betty Wemlinger. In addition, Ms. Trevor is one of 22 Oscar-winning actresses to have been born in the state of New York (according to the information on her IMDB profile).
O. OWEN, Elizabeth - her character on "Playhouse 90" If You Knew Elizabeth (1957)

CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.
I. IDONEE - her character in MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955)
J. JOANNE WOODWARD - her co-star in THE STRIPPER
K. KISS ME GOODBYE (1982) Listed as her last film on her IMDb page.
L. LADY MACBETH - character in which Ms. Trevor portrayed in the 1955 film "Lucy Gallant", directed Robert Parrish.
M. MURDER, SHE WROTE - one of her last credits, "Witness For the Defense" episode (1987)
N. NEW YORK CITY - Place of birth (8 March 1910), born to Noel and Betty Wemlinger. In addition, Ms. Trevor is one of 22 Oscar-winning actresses to have been born in the state of New York (according to the information on her IMDB profile).
O. OWEN, Elizabeth - her character on "Playhouse 90" If You Knew Elizabeth (1957)
P. PARIS - Her father was an immigrant Frenchman from Paris.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.
I. IDONEE - her character in MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955)
J. JOANNE WOODWARD - her co-star in THE STRIPPER
K. KISS ME GOODBYE (1982) Listed as her last film on her IMDb page.
L. LADY MACBETH - character in which Ms. Trevor portrayed in the 1955 film "Lucy Gallant", directed Robert Parrish.
M. MURDER, SHE WROTE - one of her last credits, "Witness For the Defense" episode (1987)
N. NEW YORK CITY - Place of birth (8 March 1910), born to Noel and Betty Wemlinger. In addition, Ms. Trevor is one of 22 Oscar-winning actresses to have been born in the state of New York (according to the information on her IMDB profile).
O. OWEN, Elizabeth - her character on "Playhouse 90" If You Knew Elizabeth (1957)
P. PARIS - Her father was an immigrant Frenchman from Paris.
Q. QUEEN - Claire is referred to on her message board as the "Film Noir Queen"

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.
I. IDONEE - her character in MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955)
J. JOANNE WOODWARD - her co-star in THE STRIPPER
K. KISS ME GOODBYE (1982) Listed as her last film on her IMDb page.
L. LADY MACBETH - character in which Ms. Trevor portrayed in the 1955 film "Lucy Gallant", directed Robert Parrish.
M. MURDER, SHE WROTE - one of her last credits, "Witness For the Defense" episode (1987)
N. NEW YORK CITY - Place of birth (8 March 1910), born to Noel and Betty Wemlinger. In addition, Ms. Trevor is one of 22 Oscar-winning actresses to have been born in the state of New York (according to the information on her IMDB profile).
O. OWEN, Elizabeth - her character on "Playhouse 90" If You Knew Elizabeth (1957)
P. PARIS - Her father was an immigrant Frenchman from Paris.
Q. QUEEN - Claire is referred to on her message board as the "Film Noir Queen"
R. RINA Morelli, ROSETTA Calavetta - along with several actresses, voiced Ms. Trevor's characters in Italian.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.
I. IDONEE - her character in MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955)
J. JOANNE WOODWARD - her co-star in THE STRIPPER
K. KISS ME GOODBYE (1982) Listed as her last film on her IMDb page.
L. LADY MACBETH - character in which Ms. Trevor portrayed in the 1955 film "Lucy Gallant", directed Robert Parrish.
M. MURDER, SHE WROTE - one of her last credits, "Witness For the Defense" episode (1987)
N. NEW YORK CITY - Place of birth (8 March 1910), born to Noel and Betty Wemlinger. In addition, Ms. Trevor is one of 22 Oscar-winning actresses to have been born in the state of New York (according to the information on her IMDB profile).
O. OWEN, Elizabeth - her character on "Playhouse 90" If You Knew Elizabeth (1957)
P. PARIS - Her father was an immigrant Frenchman from Paris.
Q. QUEEN - Claire is referred to on her message board as the "Film Noir Queen"
R. RINA Morelli, ROSETTA Calavetta - along with several actresses, voiced Ms. Trevor's characters in Italian.
S. STAGECOACH in which she played Dallas

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Claire Trevor

A. ACADEMY AWARD - Best Supporting Actress Oscar for KEY LARGO (1948).
B. BORN TO KILL - 1947 film-noir as Helen
C. CLAIRE HODGSON RUTH - her character in THE BABE RUTH STORY.
D. DUNSMOOR, CYLOS WILLIAM - her second husband to whom she was married for four years and with whom had her only child
E. EMMY WINNER - Best Single Performance by an Actress - in 1957 for Producers' Showcase version of "Dodsworth".
F. FRANCEY - Her character in DEAD END (1937)
G. GYPSY ROSE LEE - appeared with Ms. Trevor in THE STRIPPER
H. HIGH AND THE MIGHTY, THE - 1954 film starring John Wayne.
I. IDONEE - her character in MAN WITHOUT A STAR (1955)
J. JOANNE WOODWARD - her co-star in THE STRIPPER
K. KISS ME GOODBYE (1982) Listed as her last film on her IMDb page.
L. LADY MACBETH - character in which Ms. Trevor portrayed in the 1955 film "Lucy Gallant", directed Robert Parrish.
M. MURDER, SHE WROTE - one of her last credits, "Witness For the Defense" episode (1987)
N. NEW YORK CITY - Place of birth (8 March 1910), born to Noel and Betty Wemlinger. In addition, Ms. Trevor is one of 22 Oscar-winning actresses to have been born in the state of New York (according to the information on her IMDB profile).
O. OWEN, Elizabeth - her character on "Playhouse 90" If You Knew Elizabeth (1957)
P. PARIS - Her father was an immigrant Frenchman from Paris.
Q. QUEEN - Claire is referred to on her message board as the "Film Noir Queen"
R. RINA Morelli, ROSETTA Calavetta - along with several actresses, voiced Ms. Trevor's characters in Italian.
S. STAGECOACH in which she played Dallas
T. TIRNEY, Lawrence - His deadly co-star in "Born To Kill"

CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Debbie Reynolds R.I.P.

A. APRIL 1, 1932 - date Debbie Reynolds is born in El Paso, Texas.

Re: CLASSIC ACTORS A-Z, Part XV - Debbie Reynolds R.I.P.

A. APRIL 1, 1932 - date Debbie Reynolds is born in El Paso, Texas
B. BATTLING FOR BABY - TV movie she appeared in.
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