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Ruth Warrick

Ruth Warrick

  • Citizen Kane (1941) May 29 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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Also Known As: Died: January 15, 2005
Born: June 29, 1915 Cause of Death: complications from pneumonia
Birth Place: St Joseph, Missouri, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Moved to Kansas City, MO while a high school student
1937:
Played the sister of the dead soldier in "Bury the Dead" at the Center Community Theater in Kansas City, MO
1939:
Participated in an early in-house test of television held in the RCA Building in New York
1941:
Made feature film debut in "Citizen Kane"
1946:
Supplied one of the voices for the Disney animated feature, "Song of the South"; also marked Warrick's last film at RKO, which distributed Disney productions
1952:
Hosted the NBC 15-minute anthology drama series, "Short, Short Drama"
1954:
Last feature for 12 years, "Roogie's Bump"
1957:
Played Mary Spain in a New York stage production of Nathanael West's "Miss Lonelyhearts" at the Music Box Theater
1960:
Played Essie in the Broadway musical, "Take Me Along", starring Jackie Gleason at the Shubert Theater
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Played Anna in a Toronto production of the stage musical "The King and I", then went on a tour of major U.S. cities in the role
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Played Ellie Banks on the CBS sitcom, "Father of the Bride", based on the 1950 MGM hit feature film of the same title
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Played Martha in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and Mary Tyrone in "Long Day's Journey Into Night" in Los Angeles stage productions; also went on tour
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Played Hannah Cord on the ABC serial drama, "Peyton Place"; joined the series after its run had begun; received an Emmy nomination for the 1966-67 season; series continued until 1969
1966:
Returned to occasional feature film work; played character roles in several films of the late 1960s beginning with "Ride Beyond Vengeance"
1970:
Played Phoebe Tyler (later Phoebe Tyler Wallingford) on the long-running ABC daytime drama, "All My Children"
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Played Emmeline Marshall in a Broadway revival of the stage musical, "Irene", at the Minskoff Theater, starring Debbie Reynolds in the title role
1983:
Returned to feature film work after 14 years to play supporting roles in two films, "The Returning" and "Deathmask"
1985:
Reprised the role of Hannah Cord for the NBC TV-movie, "Peyton Place: The Next Generation"
1989:
Traveled to Moscow as part of "The Global Forum" that met with Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev regarding problems in the world's environment (Date approximate)
1991:
Became a licensed metaphysical teacher; was certified by the Unity School of Practical Christianity in Lees Summit, MO
1995:
Was one of the interviewees for the Oscar-nominated feature documentary, "The Battle Over 'Citizen Kane'"

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