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One great character
- Brian D
Maria made relatively few movies, but had one of the most memorable faces & voices of any character actors. Maleva is a great example as is the maharini in the rains came. She made every role just pop,with her presence & quiet demeanor. "The path you walked wa thorny"
the mortal storm
- randy smitheal
Maria is the mother of James Stewart and portrays a dedicated mother and strong patriot against the nazi invasion. I believe she played and understood the role. I dissagree that she was was a frightful individual she always gave loving thoughtful advice in all the roles I have seen. Including Wolfman
She appears more often than we know.
Ms. Ouspenskaya has been in several movies and seems to always be a character you can love. She was the old Gypsy lady in "The Wolf Man", she was in the wonderful, "Love Affair", and was a tough but loveable Barroness in "Doddsworth". I would like to see her formally recogonized as the true character actress she was. Our younger generations need to know about all the GREATS of yesteryear. She is a real CLASSIC.
Years ago on the Johnny Carson show something came up to remind him of Maria. Johnny was trying to think of Maria's last name when recounting her stoic presents in several fright films. For me she epitomized the 1940 fright movie genre, with her reoccurring roll as Maleva. I still can not think of wolfsbane with out thinking of Maria. She really is, unforgettable.
Maria was Great
What a great actress, most memorable in "The Wolfman". Do you dare to show me the wound? That line still gives me the creeps (lol).