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Also Known As: Died: August 28, 1985
Born: October 30, 1896 Cause of Death: stroke
Birth Place: Wollaston, Massachusetts, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1915:
Stage debut in a production of "Peter Pan"
1915:
Feature debut, "The Whirl of Life"
1940:
Returned to film after a 24 year hiatus, featured as Mary Todd Lincoln in her first sound film, "Abe Lincoln in Illinois"
1941:
First collaboration with George Cukor as an actress, "Two-Faced Woman"
1945:
First non-acting feature credit, "Over 21," from her play
1947:
Screenwriting debut for George Cukor's, "A Double Life"
1953:
Final screenplay credit from her play "Years Ago" and last collaboration with George Cukor, "The Actress"
1966:
TV-movie debut, "Blithe Spirit"
1974:
Had recurring role on the TV series "Rhoda"
1980:
Wrote first and only screenplay for a TV-movie, "Hardhat and Legs"
1982:
Final TV-movie, "Dont't Go to Sleep"
1987:
Final feature appearance, "The Trouble With Spies"

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