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Clarence G. Badger

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Also Known As: Clarence Badger Died: June 17, 1964
Born: June 8, 1880 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Francisco, California Profession:

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Celebrated star of the English and American stage, in films since 1928; considered one of the greatest theater actresses of her time by Tennessee Williams. Baddeley also had a wicked flair for comedy, especially on display in the bawdy, quick-witted and slovenly working-class roles she played in her later years. Baddeley may be best remembered by American audiences for her role on the popular 70s sitcom "Maude", as Beatrice Arthur's rather dumpy-looking, incorrigible housekeeper Mrs. Naugatuck. Sister of actress Angela Baddeley.

Celebrated star of the English and American stage, in films since 1928; considered one of the greatest theater actresses of her time by Tennessee Williams. Baddeley also had a wicked flair for comedy, especially on display in the bawdy, quick-witted and slovenly working-class roles she played in her later years. Baddeley may be best remembered by American audiences for her role on the popular 70s sitcom "Maude", as Beatrice Arthur's rather dumpy-looking, incorrigible housekeeper Mrs. Naugatuck. Sister of actress Angela Baddeley.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Rangle River (1939) Director
2.
  When Strangers Marry (1933) Director
3.
  Woman Hungry (1931) Director
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  Party Husband (1931) Director
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  Le masque d'Hollywood (1931) Director
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  The Hot Heiress (1931) Director
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  The Bad Man (1930) Director
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  Sweethearts and Wives (1930) Director
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  Murder Will Out (1930) Director
10.
  No, No, Nanette (1930) Director

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