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Also Known As: Died: May 2, 1998
Born: October 16, 1912 Cause of Death: lung cancer
Birth Place: Georgia, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Side By Side (1988) as Eunice
Three men refuse to be categorized as "too old." All 65 and older and forced to retire, the men decide to form a new company to produce a line of clothing for the over-65 set.
His Mistress (1984)
A married tycoon becomes involved in an emotional triangle after beginning an affair with an ambitious female executive whom he sets up in a lavish penthouse. Robert Urich, Linda Kelsey and Julianne Phillips make up the triangle, with Cynthia Sikes as the savvy mistress of one of industrialist Urich
Secrets of a Mother and Daughter (1983)
Mother and daughter clash over the same man -- the mother emerging from her widow''s weeds, the daughter rebounding from marital problems, and a handsome restaurateur the object of the desires of both.
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)
A shocking murder-suicide leads to an in-depth investigation into an insane toymaker.
Thornwell (1981) as Ruth Thornwell
The story of James Thornwell, whose accusation that the U.S. Army used mind control drugs on him to force him to confess to stealing secret documents while stationed in Orleans, France, in 1961, led Congress to award him $625,000 in damages nearly twenty years later. Harry Moses, who produced a "60
Movie Movie (1978)
This parody of a typical 1930s double bill features two movies. The first is the black-and-white "Dynamite Fists" which tells the story of a boxer named Joey, his gruff but lovable manager, a gangster who tests Joey's loyalty to his manager, and the girl who is used as bait in the test. This is foll
Airport '77 (1977)
Rescue workers fight to save a hijacked jet crashed in the Bermuda Triangle.
Blast (1976)
Dream for Christmas, A (1973)
An all-black cast shines in this pilot for a proposed series involving a southern minister who is assigned to a poor parish in California with the congregation drifting away and the church scheduled for demolition. The hope here was for writer Earl Hamner to repeat his success with "The Waltons."
Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole (1972) as Fergy--Nurse Ferguson
A pretty research doctor, suddenly widowed, is inveigled by a gruff street doctor to put away the mourning band and join him in his clinic in a Chicago slum area. The title role marked the end of Susan Hayward's long film career.
The Final Comedown (1972) as Mrs. Johnson
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) as Elvira Stitt
A crazed, aging star torments her sister in a decaying Hollywood mansion.
Written on the Wind (1957) as Bertha
A young woman marries into a corrupt oil family then falls for her husband''''s best friend.
The Opposite Sex (1956) as Violet
In this musical remake of The Women, a happily married singer lets her catty friends convince her to file for divorce.
Tarzan's Hidden Jungle (1955) as Suma
Hunters drive animals out of a sanctuary so they can shoot them.
Man with the Gun (1955) as Sadie
A man in search of his wayward wife agrees to defend a Western town from a ruthless landowner.
Mad at the World (1955) as Miss Lovitz, social worker
About Mrs. Leslie (1954) as Camilla
An aging woman recalls the affair that consumed her life.
Susan Slept Here (1954) as Georgette
A Hollywood screenwriter takes in a runaway girl who's more woman than he can handle.
Executive Suite (1954) as Wailing housekeeper
When a business magnate dies, his board of directors fights over who should run the company.
Money from Home (1954) as Mattie
Matt and Dean are in trouble. Dean owes tons of gambling debts. To pay it off, he promises to fix a horse, so that it does not run. To do that, he intends to use his animal lover, veterenian apprentice cousin, Jerry to do this. Of course, he doesn't tell Jerry the real reason. Hilarity ensues as mistaken identies are assumed, while along the way, Jerry meets a female vet and Dean falls for the owner of the horse he's promised to fix. Goons and mobsters are also lurking around; so beware!
Forever Female (1954) as Emma
An aspiring playwright gets an opportunity to see his play produced but is forced to make significant changes in the script so that the producer can cast his middle-aged ex-wife in the ingenue leading role.
Bright Road (1953) as Tanya's mother
Teachers at an all-black school fight to save a problem child.
Torch Song (1953) as Anne
A tempestuous musical theatre star falls for a blind pianist.
Lydia Bailey (1952) as
The Well (1951) as Mrs. [Martha] Crawford
In a racially mixed American town, a 5-year-old black girl falls unnoticed into a hidden, forgotten well on her way to school. Having nothing better to go on, the police follow up a report that the child was seen with a white stranger, and rumors run wild. Before hapless, innocent Claude Packard is even found, popular hysteria has him tried and convicted. But Packard's troubles pale by comparison as ever more inflated rumors uncap the well of racial tensions and mob violence. And young Carolyn Crawford, forgotten by most, is still missing...
The Peanut Man (1947) as Lucretia
The Burning Cross (1947) as Kitty West
Johnny (Hank Daniels), who is a returing veteran unable to adjust to his old life in his home town, succumbs to the pitch of a Ku Klux Klan organizer. It is only after he has worn the Klan sheet, and gone out on some raids, that he begins to realize what he has let himself in for; he is filled with horror and remorse when he sees the homes of neighbors burned, an old friend who defies the Klan killed, and his own wheel-chair father badly beaten. He meets with the State prosecutor, admits his own participation, and agrees to help bring down the Klan in his town.

Cast (special)

Never Say Never (1979) as Sarah'S Nurse
The story of Harry Walter, a widowed 54-year-old plumbing supply company businessman who falls in love with Dr. Sarah Keaton, a poised and beautiful 32-year-old pediatrician. The pilot episode depicts Sarah's efforts to convince Harry that, before they marry, they should first live together.
Another Part of the Forest (1972)
A television adaptation of Lillian Hellman's play about the Hubbards, a rich Southern family of greedy, ruthless individuals. The story takes place before the action of Helman's more famous play about the Hubbards, "The Little Foxes."

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Bare Essence (1982)
In her prime-time starring debut, Genie Francis (of the daytime drama "General Hospital") is a spunky Malibu girl whose Hollywood mogul father dies and whose much-married mother (Linda Evans) invites her back East where she gets a job with a conglomerate that had backed her dad's last movie, and the
Roots: The Next Generations (1979)
The unparalleled success of "Roots" in 1977 prompted this continuation of Alex Haley's saga, beginning with the events where its predecessor ended in 1882 and bringing the story to the present with James Earl Jones playing Haley and Marlon Brando as American Nazi leader George Lincoln Rockwell, who

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