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Also Known As: Died: May 16, 1985
Born: December 9, 1902 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Cleveland, Ohio, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1948:
Acted in "State of the Union"
1923:
Made stage acting debut in "The Man Who Ate the Popomack"
1974:
Played Madame Armfeldt in the national tour of "A Little Night Music"
1936:
Played the dual roles of Elvira Gulch and the Wicked Witch of the West in "The Wizard of Oz"; reprised role in numerous stage versions
1935:
Reprised Broadway role in "The Farmer Takes a Wife", directed by Victor Fleming
1940:
Appeared in support of W C Fields and Mae West in "My Little Chickadee"
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Had a recurring role on the NBC children's series, "Sigmund and the Sea Monsters"
1969:
Portrayed Aunt Eller in the revival of "Oklahoma!" staged at the New York State Theater in NYC
1960:
Returned to featured in "13 Ghosts"
1955:
TV-movie debut, "The Devil's Disciple"
1962:
Voiced character of Auntie Em in the animated "Journey Back to Oz", with Liza Minnelli voicing Dorothy; film released on video in 1974
1971:
Had last acting role in feature film, "The Anderson Tapes"
1932:
Helping a friend audition, she won a part for herself in the Broadway play, "Another Language"
1951:
Last film for nearly a decade "People Will Talk"
1939:
Played the Wicked Witch of the West in "The Wizard of Oz"
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Portrayed the freindly shopkeeper Cora in a popular series of TV commercials for Maxwell House coffee
1978:
Appeared on stage in "The Devil's Disciple" in NYC
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Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio
1947:
Co-starred with Harold Lloyd in Preston Sturges' "The Sin of Harold Diddlebock/Mad Wednesday"
1963:
Had recurring role in the ABC sitcom, "The Patty Duke Show"
1979:
Last TV-movie "Letters from Frank" (CBS)
1973:
Played an occult specialist in the ABC TV-movie "The Night Strangler"
1958:
Played Dolly Tate in a tour of Irving Berlin's stage musical "Annie Get Your Gun"
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Played recurring role of Hester Frump in the TV sitcom, "The Addams Family" (ABC)
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Recurring role on a children's series, "Sigmund and the Sea Monsters"
1933:
Reprised stage role in film version of "Another Language"
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Taught kindergarten at the Rye (New York) County Day School in the early 1930s
1950:
TV debut as guest on anthology series, "Silver Theater" in episode titled "Papa Romani"

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