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Also Known As: Pamela Helen Ostrer, Pamela Kellino Died: June 29, 1996
Born: March 10, 1916 Cause of Death: heart failure
Birth Place: Southend-on-Sea, England, GB Profession: actor, talk show host, author, food company owner

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 The Navy vs. the Night Monsters (1966) Maria, a scientist
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 College Confidential (1960) Mrs. Blake
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 Sex Kittens Go to College (1960) Dr. Myrtle Carter
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 My Buddy (1979) Catherine Worth; Sister Of The Late Mr Worth
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 ALAN KING IN LAS VEGAS (1973) Guest
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1947:
Co-starred with James Mason on Broadway in "Bathsheba"
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Appeared on "The James Mason Show"
1960:
Hosted "The Pamela Mason Show"
1969:
Served as host of "The Weaker Sex (?)"
1985:
Last TV acting appearance "My Wicked Wicked Ways: The Legend of Errol Flynn" (CBS)
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Notes

In describing the loquacious Pamela Mason, Nora Ephron once quipped that Mason had been "vaccinated with a phonograph needle".--quoted in Mason's NEW YORK TIMES obituary, July 2, 1996

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husband:
Roy Kellino. Director of photography. Married 1932; divorced 1940.
husband:
James Mason. Actor. Married 1941; divorced 1964; father of Portland and Morgan; died 1984.

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father:
Isadore Ostrer. Mill owner, film producer.
mother:
Helen Spear Ostrer.
daughter:
Portland Mason. Author, actor. Born 1948; father James Mason; died May 10, 2004.
son:
Morgan Mason. Producer, executive, agent. Born 1949; father James Mason.
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"This Little Hand"
"Del Palma"
"The Blinds Are Drawn"
"The Cats in Our Lives"
"Ignoramus Ignoramus"
"Marriage Is the First Step Toward Divorce"
"The Female Pleasure Hunt"
"Favorite Cat Stories of Pamela and James Mason"
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