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Also Known As: Died: June 5, 1998
Born: December 30, 1911 Cause of Death: complications from a stroke
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1962:
Appeared in the classic Western film "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance"
1960:
Cast the mother of "The Great Imposter"
1950:
First onscreen teaming with husband "No Sad Songs for Me"
1981:
Had featured role in "True Confessions"
1984:
Last film with McIntire "Cloak and Dagger"; played husband and wife; last film for five years
1935:
Moved to NYC; found work as a radio actress
1978:
Played Granny McWhirter in the NBC miniseries "The Awakening Land"; received fourth Emmy nomination
1981:
Voiced Widow Tweed in Disney's animated "The Fox and the Hound"
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Was a regular player in "The Richard Boone Show" (NBC), a dramatic anthology; earned first Emmy nomination for the "Vote No on 11!" episode
1958:
Appeared in the original unsold pilot for "The Virginian" (NBC)
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Began career as a teenager appearing in productions at the Pasadena Playhouse
1948:
Cast opposite Orson Welles in his film adaptation of "Macbeth"
1953:
Had featured role in Fritz Lang's "The Big Heat"
1959:
Played hotel manager Annette Devereaux in the CBS Western "Hotel de Paree"
1989:
Returned to features in "Street Justice"
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With McIntire, became regular on the NBC series "The Virginian", playing the owners of the Shiloh Ranch
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Acted on radio while still a student at Los Angeles City College
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Born and raised in Southern California; family briefly lived in San Francisco but returned to the Los Angeles area
1975:
Cast as the mother of Babe Didrikson in the CBS biopic "Babe"
1966:
Earned Emmy nomination for guest appearance on an episode of "I Spy"
1998:
Final feature appearance in cameo as Robert Redford's elderly mother in "The Horse Whisperer"
1972:
Introduced the character of Sally Fergus on an episode of "Gunsmoke"
1990:
Last TV appearance in a guest shot on the NBC sitcom "Dear John"
1987:
Portrayed a woman accused of witchcraft by her neighbors in an episode of "Cagney and Lacey" (CBS)
1971:
Portrayed the mother of "Longstreet" in the ABC TV-movie introducing the character
1960:
Provided the uncredited voice of Mrs. Bates in Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho"
1937:
Purchased a ranch in Montana
1986:
With McIntire, appeared in a memorable episode of "St. Elsewhere" as elderly patients
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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
1985:
Appeared as Alma, mother to Rose (Betty White) in an episode of "The Golden Girls"
1982:
Final TV-movie, "The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch" (ABC)
1933:
Met John McIntire
1978:
Played the grandmother in the two-part ABC movie "Lassie: The New Beginning"
1977:
Provided a character voice for Disney's animated "The Rescuers"
1974:
Starred in the short-lived CBS Western "Dirty Sally", reprising the role she created in 1972; received third Emmy nomination
1981:
Supported Sally Field and William Hurt in the live NBC broadcast of "All the Way Home"

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