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Also Known As: Died: February 20, 2001
Born: November 14, 1910 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Prescott, Arizona, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1948:
Co-starred opposite William Bendix in the film version of "The Life of Riley"
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Had featured role as the title character's widowed sister on "The Robert Cummings Show/Love That Bob"
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Performed on the radio drama "The Career of Alice Blair"
1942:
Portrayed the mother of George M Cohan (played by James Cagney) in "Yankee Doodle Dandy"
1949:
Reprised screen role in the TV version of "The Life of Riley", opposite both Bendix and Jackie Gleason
1979:
Was briefly seen as the mother of Maureen Dean in the CBS miniseries "Blind Ambition"
1945:
Again played the mother of a famous person, this time George Gershwin (portrayed by Robert Alda) in "Rhapsody in Blue"
1941:
Feature acting debut "Cheers for Miss Bishop"
1960:
Made one-shot return to films in "13 Ghosts"
1943:
Acted opposite Ronald Reagan in "This Is the Army"
1942:
Cast as the mother of Mowgli, the boy raised by wolves, in "The Jungle Book"
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Had recurring role of Shirley Partridge's mom on "The Partridge Family" (ABC)
1955:
Last film for five years, "Strategic Air Command"
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Began acting career as an understudy on Broadway
1981:
Final film, the satirical "Friday the 14th", a spoof of horror movies
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Had 17-year stint as co-star of the radio drama "Dr Christian"
1989:
Last TV acting role, a guest appearance on "Murder, She Wrote", starring Angela Lansbury
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Played recurring part of the mother of Ann Marie (Marlo Thomas) on "That Girl" (ABC)

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