Appeared in the classic Western film "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance"
Cast the mother of "The Great Imposter"
First onscreen teaming with husband "No Sad Songs for Me"
Had featured role in "True Confessions"
Last film with McIntire "Cloak and Dagger"; played husband and wife; last film for five years
Moved to NYC; found work as a radio actress
Played Granny McWhirter in the NBC miniseries "The Awakening Land"; received fourth Emmy nomination
Voiced Widow Tweed in Disney's animated "The Fox and the Hound"
Was a regular player in "The Richard Boone Show" (NBC), a dramatic anthology; earned first Emmy nomination for the "Vote No on 11!" episode
Appeared in the original unsold pilot for "The Virginian" (NBC)
Began career as a teenager appearing in productions at the Pasadena Playhouse
Cast opposite Orson Welles in his film adaptation of "Macbeth"
Had featured role in Fritz Lang's "The Big Heat"
Played hotel manager Annette Devereaux in the CBS Western "Hotel de Paree"
Returned to features in "Street Justice"
With McIntire, became regular on the NBC series "The Virginian", playing the owners of the Shiloh Ranch
Acted on radio while still a student at Los Angeles City College
Born and raised in Southern California; family briefly lived in San Francisco but returned to the Los Angeles area
Cast as the mother of Babe Didrikson in the CBS biopic "Babe"
Earned Emmy nomination for guest appearance on an episode of "I Spy"
Final feature appearance in cameo as Robert Redford's elderly mother in "The Horse Whisperer"
Introduced the character of Sally Fergus on an episode of "Gunsmoke"
Last TV appearance in a guest shot on the NBC sitcom "Dear John"
Portrayed a woman accused of witchcraft by her neighbors in an episode of "Cagney and Lacey" (CBS)
Portrayed the mother of "Longstreet" in the ABC TV-movie introducing the character
Provided the uncredited voice of Mrs. Bates in Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho"
Purchased a ranch in Montana
With McIntire, appeared in a memorable episode of "St. Elsewhere" as elderly patients
Worked with McIntire (by then her husband) on the radio show "The March of Time"; the couple had initially kept the fact of their marriage hidden when both were hired for the broadcasts; only female actor in the cast
Appeared as Alma, mother to Rose (Betty White) in an episode of "The Golden Girls"
Final TV-movie, "The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch" (ABC)
Played the grandmother in the two-part ABC movie "Lassie: The New Beginning"
Provided a character voice for Disney's animated "The Rescuers"
Starred in the short-lived CBS Western "Dirty Sally", reprising the role she created in 1972; received third Emmy nomination
Supported Sally Field and William Hurt in the live NBC broadcast of "All the Way Home"