Acted in "Sandburg's Lincoln" (NBC)
Again cast as James Stewart's mother in "It's a Wonderful Life"
Made final screen appearance in "Tammy and the Doctor"
Moved to Valparaiso, Indiana
New York stage debut in "Wild Birds"
Played Granny in Broadway revival of "On Borrowed Time"
Played occasional guest role of Martha Corrine Walton in episodes of the CBS family drama "The Waltons"; won 1997 Emmy for episode "The Pony Cart"
Returned to Broadway to appear in "The Late Christopher Bean"; recreated role for the 1933 film
Acted in stock companies in Cincinnati, Toledo, and Dayton, Ohio, Baltimore, Maryland and Denver, Colorado; during this time altered spelling of last name
Broadway debut in "One of the Family", playing a 70-year old servant
Cast as Mrs. Webb in the film version of Thornton Wilder's "Our Town"
Offered a rich, beautifully nuanced performance as an elderly woman ignored by her children in "Make Way for Tomorrow"
Played Granny in the film version of "On Borrowed Time"
Portrayed James Stewart's mom in "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington"
TV-movie debut, "She Waits" (CBS)
Appeared in "Watch on the Rhine"
Cast as Dorothy McGuire's aunt in "A Summer Place"
Earned first Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nomination for "Gorgeous Hussy", playing the wife of US President Andrew Jackson
Feature film debut, recreating stage role of the slovenly, gossipy tenament resident in "Street Scene"
Made a series of TV commercials for Oxydol detergent
Made TV debut in episode of "Medallion Theatre" (CBS)
Professional stage debut as member of Stuart Walker's stock company in Indianapolis, Indiana; remained with company until 1921
Made stage acting debut as a child in the title role of local production of "Little Lord Fauntleroy"
Portrayed a bigot in "Track of the Cat"
Received second Best Supporting Actress Oscar nod as James Stewart's mother in "Of Human Hearts"; also played Stewart's mom in "Vivacious Lady"
Reprised role of Granny in the NBC "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production of "On Borrowed Time"
Was featured in "The Snake Pit"