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Also Known As: Died: August 1, 2005
Born: Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Costume-Wardrobe ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Costume-Wardrobe (feature film)

1.
Letter, The (1982)
In this sumptuous remake of the 1940 Bette Davis/Herbert Marshall version of Somerset Maugham's tale of smoldering passions on a rubber plantation in the Malayan jungles, Lee Remick and Australian actor Jack Thompson star as the restless wife and her rubber planter husband behind whose back she had
2.
Scruples (1981)
In this sequel to the 1980 miniseries, taking up the plot where it -- and Judith Krantz's source novel -- left off, Shelley Smith (in the part originated by Lindsay Wagner) is the owner of a chic Beverly Hills boutique against which romantic, corporate and political power plays unfold in the classic
3.
Bell Jar, The (1979) as Costume Designer
Julie Harris in an adaptation of Plath's autobiographical novel, which details a young woman's summer in New York working for a Mademoiselle-like magazine, return home to New England, and subsequent breakdown all amidst the horrors of the fifties, from news of the Rosenbergs' execution to sleazy disc jockeys and predatory college boys.
4.
Darling Lili (1970) as Cost for Miss Andrews
A World War I flyer falls for a beautiful enemy spy.
5.
Star! (1968) as Costumes
Gertrude Lawrence rises to stage stardom at the cost of happiness.
6.
The Third Day (1965) as Miss Ashley's clothes
7.
The Cardinal (1963) as Costume Design
A Boston priest deals with illicit love, racism and war as he rises in the church.

Costume-Wardrobe (feature film)

8.
Two Mrs. Grenvilles, The (1987)
A miniseries based on Dominick Dunne's novel about the sensational Woodward murder case of 1955. Showgirl Ann Arden marries wealthy Billy Grenville and must contend with the disapproval of her patrician mother-in-law, Alice. Ann's rag-to-riches ascent into New York society comes to a halt when she s

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