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Anna Lee

Anna Lee

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Also Known As: Died: May 14, 2004
Born: January 2, 1913 Cause of Death: died of pneumonia
Birth Place: Kent, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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Joined the London Repertory Theatre; toured in such plays as "The Constant Nymph" and "Jane Eyre"
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Earliest film credits include "Chelsea Life" (1933) and "The Camels Are Coming" (1934)
1940:
First American film, "Seven Sinners", in support of Marlene Dietrich and John Wayne
1941:
Made first film with director John Ford, "How Green Was My Valley"
1950:
Moved to New York to begin second career in live TV
1951:
Played Dora Foster on the TV sitcom, "A Date with Judy"
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Was a panelist on the information/game show, "It's News to Me"
1952:
Last feature film for several years, "Boots Malone"
1956:
Played Doris Mayfield on the CBS sitcom, "The Charlie Farrell Show"
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Returned to feature films in the late 1950s in such films as "The Last Hurrah" (1958) and "The Horse Soldiers" (1959)
1965:
Portrayed Sister Margaretta in "The Sound of Music"
1978:
Played Lila Quatermaine on the ABC daytime drama, "General Hospital"
1982:
Injured spine in accident; paralyzed from waist down
1993:
Awarded star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

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