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Born: November 20, 1927 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Marblehead, Massachusetts, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Freak City (1999) as Mrs Stanapolous
Ruth Ellison, a young woman with multiple sclerosis, is involuntarily placed in the Lewellyn Care Center after the sudden death of her grandmother. Ruth has a disruptive impact on the institution and is frustrated by her developmentally challenged roommate Cass. While making things difficult for the
Love Letter, The (1998) as Beatrice Corrigan
Scotty Corrigan and Debra Zabrinskie are a young, modern couple in the midst of planning their upcoming wedding. While shopping with Debra for a wedding dress in an antique store, Scotty finds himself drawn to an oak desk and decides to buy it. In the desk drawer he finds a letter written by Elizabe
That Darn Cat (1997) as Old Lady Mccracken
For 16-year-old Patti Randall, Edgefield is just plain boring. That is until her cat D.C. (as in Darn Cat) comes home with a wristwatch around his neck. A cryptic cry for help scrawled on the watch sends Patti and D.C. on a mission to catch some ruthless kidnapers. Patti enlists the aid of an intrep
Looking for Richard (1996) as Margaret
Moving from New York's streets to London's reconstructed Globe Theater, and talking with everyone from strangers encountered by chance to scholars and celebrated actors, Al Pacino serves as the voluble, mercurial center of a film that interweaves commentary on Shakespeare with analysis of, rehearsal
Boys on the Side (1995) as Louise
The story of three women, one dying of AIDS, who share a car trip across the country. Each has memories she''d like to forget and circumstances she''d like to change. Over the course of their trip, they become friends, joining together to form a makeshift family.
Arthur Miller's American Clock (1993) as Older Doris
An adaptation of Arthur Miller''s play, "The American Clock," about the effects the Great Depression has on one middle-class family.
Private Matter, A (1992) as Mary Chessen
A movie based on the 1962 headline story of a married couple who learn that their unborn child will likely be born with serious birth defects after the wife's accidental use of the drug Thalidomide. Having been refused an abortion in the United States, Finkbine traveled to Stockholm, Sweden, to rece
Dick Tracy (1990) as Mrs Trueheart
The intrepid comic strip detective fights off a ruthless gangster and his seductive girlfriend.
Lemon Sisters, The (1989)
Three friends try to make it as singers in Atlantic City.
Open Admissions (1988) as Clare Block
A television movie about a professor at an urban college who has difficulty coping with the results of the school's open admission policies, especially as regards one young student from the ghetto. Based on the original one-act play and the full-length Broadway version, both by Shirley Lauro.
Gentleman Bandit, The (1981) as Marjorie Seebode
A socially concerned, controversial priest suddenly finds himself under arrest as a stickup man, and a number of people are willing to identify him as the culprit. This dramatization of the true-life experience of Baltimore priest, Father Bernard Pagano, on whom even the church turned its back, was
Ufo Incident, The (1975) as Betty Hill
A talkative drama, reportedly fact-based, about the interracial New Hampshire couple who claim to have been taken aboard a UFO in September 1961 and examined medically by strange extraterrestrial creatures.
Gun and the Pulpit, The (1974) as Sadie Underwood
A pilot film about a fugitive gunfighter, disguised as a preacher, who is faced with defending townspeople at the mercy of a crooked land baron.
Foreplay (1974) as Barmaid; First Lady
In this film made up of three stories, each revolves around some kind of sexual theme: In the first, a man buys an animate sex doll and has many problems getting it into his bed. In the second, a man cures his writer's block by undressing various women. And in the last story, the daughter of the Pre
For Pete's Sake (1974) as Helen
A woman goes to outlandish extremes to make her husband rich.
Terror on the Beach (1973) as Arlene Glynn
A family outing turns into a nightmare when a gang of young thugs begins a campaign of harassment.
Two People (1973) as Barbara Newman
Period drama in which an Army deserter during the Vietnam War falls in love with an American fashion model and together they explore Morocco and Paris.
I Walk the Line (1970) as Ellen-Haney Tawes
A Southern sheriff risks his life when he falls for a moonshiner''''s daughter.
Watermelon Man (1970) as Althea Gerber
A bigoted man comes to see the many sides of racism.
I Never Sang for My Father (1970) as Alice
When his mother dies, a grieving son is torn between his demanding father and his need to live his own life.
Don't Drink the Water (1969) as Marion Hollander
A tourist family is stranded behind the Iron Curtain.
Rachel, Rachel (1968) as Calla Mackie
A small town teacher tries to overcome her shyness.
Bonnie and Clyde (1967) as Blanche [Barrow]
The legendary bank robbers run riot in the South of the 1930s.
Ladybug Ladybug (1963) as JoAnn's mother
Students and teachers at a country school react to news of an impending nuclear attack.

Cast (special)

70th Annual Academy Awards, The (1998)
Live presentation of the 70th annual Academy Awards.
Gospel According to Jesus, The (1995)
Dozens of people from various backgrounds recite stanzas from Stephen Mitchell's book, "The Gospel According to Jesus: A New Translation and Guide to His Essential Teachings For Believers and Unbelievers." The readings are done against a variety of visual images.
Today at 40 (1992)
A special celebrating the 40th birthday of the "Today" show.
Come Along With Me (1982) as Mabel Lederer/Angela Motorman
Adapted from an unfinished novel by Shirley Jackson, the film tells the story of Mabel Lederer, an eccentric clairvoyant widow who tries to find happiness by assuming a new identity and moving away to a town that enchants her, in spite of the complaining voice of her deceased husband.
That Was the Year That Was (1976)
A satirical review of 1976 -- an election year, an Olympics year, a leap year, and of course, the year of the much ballyhooed bicentennial celebration.
June Moon (1974) as Lucille Sears
Memory of Two Mondays, A (1974) as Agnes

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Empire Falls (2005)
Miles Roby is the proprieter of the local diner, Empire Grill, where everyone gathers in the once prosperous mill town of Empire Falls. Divorced with a teenage daughter, Miles comes to a crossroads in his life where the past of this sleepy, New England town catches up with the present to make clear
Backstairs at the White House (1979) as Bess Truman
A lovingly filmed version of the book by Lillian Rogers Parks, the crippled seamstress-maid who, along with her mother, served for fifty-two years as a White House domestic during eight presidential administrations. A mixture of pop history of the Twentieth Century and the private lives of the vario

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