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Born: June 25, 1925 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Appeared as a panelist on "It's News to Me", a CBS gameshow about current events
1949:
Appeared as Amy March in a live TV production of "Little Women" on "Ford Theatre" (CBS)
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Appeared in the national tour of "Steel Magnolias" as Clairee
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Debut as a TV series regular, joined the cast of the CBS series "Lassie" as Ruth Martin, half of the childless couple that adopted the orphaned Timmy (Jon Provost)
1994:
Hosted "The Story of Lassie", a PBS documentary special
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Joined the cast of the longrunning CBS sitcom "Petticoat Junction" as Dr. Janet Craig for the last two seasons of its seven year run
1975:
Returned to features after nearly 20 years to play a supporting role in "Deadly Games/Who Fell Asleep?", a mystery feature (shelved until 1983)
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Served as a substitute hostess on NBC's "Home"
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Appeared as a recurring player on the dramatic anthology series, "The US Steel Hour" (first on ABC and subsequently on CBS)
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Appeared in recurring roles on the primetime soaps, "Knots Landing" and "The Colbys"
1944:
Featured in a significant supporting role in Vincente Minnelli's "Meet Me in St. Louis"
1946:
First starring role in a film, "She Wolf of London"
1938:
Made feature debut at age 12 (with her parents), "A Christmas Carol"
1934:
Made stage debut at age eight (date approximate)
1981:
Played a supporting role in "Butterfly", an infamous Pia Zadora vehicle ostensibly adapted from James M. Cain's novel
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Stage debut, "Peter Ibbetson", at NYC's Metropolitan Opera House
1952:
Appeared as a panelist on "Who Said That?" (first on NBC, later on ABC), a live gameshow based on quotations from the news
1963:
Appeared as Ruth Martin in "Lassie's Greatest Adventure", a theatrical feature comprised of four edited TV episodes
1984:
Began appearing in the recurring role of Maria Ramirez on the popular daytime soap "General Hospital"
1978:
Miniseries acting debut, "Loose Change", an NBC drama
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Portrayed Maureen Robinson on CBS's sci-fi adventure-comedy series "Lost in Space"
1995:
Provided a voice for "The Critic", an animated sitcom
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Provided the voice of Martha Day in the children's animated historical series "These Are the Days"
1970:
TV-movie debut, "But I Don't Want to Get Married!"
1961:
Appeared as a panelist in the pilot for "Password", the popular word gameshow
1989:
Appeared in "The New Lassie", a syndicated revival
1947:
Broadway debut, played Janet in "For Love or Money"; won several awards for the performance including the Tony for Best Debut, Theatre World and Woman of the Year in Drama from the Associated Press
1945:
First female lead in a film, "Son of Lassie"
1995:
Hosted "The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen", a two-hour documentary special on the Sci-Fi Channel
1986:
Provided a voice for "Pound Puppies", an animated children's series

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