Last feature to date, "Liebestraum"
TV-movie debut, "The Third Girl from the Left" (ABC)
Starred in Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo"
Cast on the CBS primetime soap, "Falcon Crest," as mystery woman Kit Marlowe
First film appearance, a bit part in the Jane Russell vehicle, "The French Line"
Made TV debut on "Light's Diamond Jubilee" (a four-network celebration of the light bulb)
Novak was the subject of a retrospective held at the Film Forum in NYC
Retired from acting to raise horses and llamas
Signed with Columbia Pictures, played first leading roles in "Pushover" and "Phfft!"
"Vertigo" was restored and re-released
Won a Golden Globe for her role as Madge Owens in "Picnic"
Co-starred with Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson in "The Mirror Crack'd"
Returned to films after a three-year absence in Robert Aldrich's "The Legend of Lylah Clare"
Toured the USA as 'Miss Deep Freeze' to help promote Thor refrigerators
Played Molly in "The Man with the Golden Arm," opposite Frank Sinatra
Re-teamed with Sinatra for "Pal Joey"
Appeared on the cover of the July issue of <i>Time</i> Magazine
Produced first film, financing her own production company in association with Filmways Productions, "Boys' Night Out"; also starred with James Garner and Tony Randall
Played the vulgar waitress Mildred Rogers in a remake of W. Somerset Maugham's "Of Human Bondage"
Starred in Billy Wilder's "Kiss Me, Stupid" with Ray Walston and Dean Martin
Played Sister Lyda Kebanov in "The Great Bank Robbery," opposite Zero Mostel, Clint Walker, and Claude Akins
Featured in the western, "The White Buffalo" with Charles Bronson
Played Helga in "Just a Gigolo," opposite David Bowie
Co-starred with Ben Kingsley in the film, "The Children"