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Also Known As: Lucille Watson Died: June 24, 1962
Born: May 27, 1879 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Quebec, Ontario, CA Profession: actor

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 My Forbidden Past (1951) Eula Beaurevelle
2.
 Harriet Craig (1950) Celia Fenwick
3.
 Let's Dance (1950) Serena Everett
4.
 Everybody Does It (1949) Mrs. Blair
5.
 Little Women (1949) Aunt March
6.
 That Wonderful Urge (1949) Aunt Cornelia
7.
 Julia Misbehaves (1948) Mrs. Packett
8.
 The Emperor Waltz (1948) Princess Bitotska
9.
 Ivy (1947) Mrs. Gretorex
10.
 Tomorrow Is Forever (1946) Aunt Jessie Hamilton
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1909:
Had first major success in the Broadway production of "The City"
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Starred in the play "Under Cover"
1920:
Had stage triumph in George Bernard Shaw's "Heartbreak House"
1925:
London stage debut in "Dancing Mothers"
1926:
Co-starred in "Ghosts"
1934:
Feature film debut at age 55 in "What Every Woman Knows"
1935:
Appeared as Mrs. Bennett in stage version of "Pride and Prejudice"
1939:
First major film roles in "The Women" and "Made for Each Other"
1940:
Had memorable role in "Waterloo Bridge"
1941:
Returned to Broadway in Lillian Hellman's "Watch on the Rhine"
1943:
Reprised her stage role in film version of "Watch on the Rhine"; received Oscar nomination as Best Supporting Actress
1946:
Co-starred in Disney's "Song of the South"
1948:
Narrated and acted in "The Emperor's Waltz"
1949:
Portrayed Aunt March in the remake of "Little Women"
1950:
Again returned to stage work starring in Jean Anouilh's Ring Around the Moon"
1950:
TV acting debut in episode of "Armstrong Circle Theatre"
1951:
Final film appearance in "My Forbidden Past"
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Final Broadway appearance in "Late Love"
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Education

American Academy of Dramatic Arts: New York , New York -

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husband:
Rockcliffe Fellows. Actor. Married in the 1910s; divorced; born in 1881; died in 1950.
husband:
Louis Shipman. Playwright. Married from 1928 until his death in 1933.

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