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List of Agnes Moorehead Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Citizen Kane (1941)
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Citizen Kane
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This classic drama film examines the life and legacy of Charles Foster Kane, a character loosely based on the American newspaper magnates William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer. A critical success, it is considered to be one of the greatest films ever made. 

Role:
Mary Kane
Starring:
Orson Welles, Alan Ladd, Joseph Cotten, Ray Collins, Ruth Warrick
Directed By:
2. The Magnificent Ambersons (1942)
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4
The Magnificent Ambersons
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4

George is a spoiled brat whose father passes away. After his death, his mother Isabel thinks of reuniting with her former lover named Eugene. However, George stands in the way of their reunion.

Role:
Fanny Minafer
Starring:
Anne Baxter, Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Ray Collins
Directed By:
3. Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964)
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2
Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte
15
2

Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte is a psychological thriller film which tells the story of Charlotte, a middle-aged woman who lives alone in her estate. Although the murder of her lover John remained unsolved, she was always the prime suspect. When her cousin arrives to help her challenge the government’s demolition of her home, Charlotte is plagued by bizarre occurrences.

Role:
Velma Cruther
Starring:
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress
4. Johnny Belinda (1948)
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2
Johnny Belinda
12
2
Role:
Aggie MacDonald
Starring:
Jane Wyman, Charles Bickford, Lew Ayres, Stephen McNally
Directed By:
Jean Negulesco
5. All That Heaven Allows (1955)
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2
All That Heaven Allows
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2

An upper-class widow Cory Scott falls for Ron Kirby, a much younger man. She pursues her romance facing ostracism and throwing conventional behaviour to winds. But when Cory's folks start dictating her life, she is caught at the crossroads, to give up on Ron or to live her life on her own terms.

Role:
Sara Warren
Starring:
Rock Hudson, Jane Wyman, Conrad Nagel, Virginia Grey
Directed By:
Douglas Sirk
6. Caged (1950)
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2
Caged
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2
Role:
Ruth Benton
Starring:
Eleanor Parker, Betty Garde, Hope Emerson, Ellen Corby
Directed By:
John Cromwell
7. Dark Passage (1947)
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2
Dark Passage
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2

Vincent Perry has just escaped from prison after being jailed for the murder of his wife- a crime he didn’t commit. He decides to undergo plastic surgery to change his look. He soon meets a young woman who lets him stay in her apartment while he heals and continues to try and get his name cleared.

Role:
Madge Rapf
Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Bruce Bennett, Tom D'Andrea
Directed By:
Delmer Daves
8. Jane Eyre (1943)
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2
Jane Eyre
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2

Jane Eyre is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a young woman named Jane, who takes up a job at Thornfield Hall, after being hired by its owner Edward Rochester, to care for his young daughter. Over time, she begins to fall for Edward, although he is much older to her.

Starring:
Joan Fontaine, Elizabeth Taylor, Orson Welles, Peggy Ann Garner, Margaret O'Brien, John Sutton
Directed By:
Robert Stevenson
10. Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945)
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2
Our Vines Have Tender Grapes
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2
Role:
Bruna Jacobson
Starring:
Edward G. Robinson, James Craig, Frances Gifford, Margaret O'Brien
Directed By:
Roy Rowland
11. The Blue Veil (1951)
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2
The Blue Veil
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2

The Blue Veil is a historical drama film, which tells the story of a widow who loses her only child during the First World War. Therefore, she decides to spend the rest of her life working as a nurse for little children in order to fill the emptiness within her.

Role:
Mrs. Palfrey
Starring:
Natalie Wood, Charles Laughton, Vivian Vance, Jane Wyman, Don Taylor, Richard Carlson, Joan Blondell
Directed By:
Curtis Bernhardt, Busby Berkeley
12. Pollyanna (1960)
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2
Pollyanna
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2

After her parents pass away, a 12 year old girl named Pollyanna goes to live with her Aunt Polly in a town named Harrington. Within some time, she begins to transform the town with her good will and kindness.

Starring:
Hayley Mills, Jane Wyman, Paul Frees, Karl Malden
Directed By:
David Swift
13. The Seventh Cross (1944)
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2
The Seventh Cross
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2
Role:
Mme. Marelli
Starring:
Jessica Tandy, Spencer Tracy, Hume Cronyn, Signe Hasso
Directed By:
Fred Zinnemann
14. The Stratton Story (1949)
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2
The Stratton Story
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2
Role:
Ma Stratton
Starring:
James Stewart, June Allyson, Frank Morgan, Bill Williams
Directed By:
Sam Wood
15. Fourteen Hours (1951)
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2
Fourteen Hours
TV-PG
12
2
Role:
Christine Hill Cosick
Starring:
Ossie Davis, Barbara Bel Geddes, Brian Keith, Grace Kelly, Richard Basehart, Robert Keith
Directed By:
Henry Hathaway
16. How the West Was Won (1962)
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2
How the West Was Won
TV-G
12
2

How the West Was Won is an epic Western film which takes us to the 19th century, and covers several events such as the Gold Rush, the Civil War, as well as the building of the railroads.

Starring:
Gregory Peck, Richard Widmark, Walter Brennan, John Wayne, Carroll Baker, Debbie Reynolds, George Peppard
Directed By:
17. Magnificent Obsession (1954)
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2
Magnificent Obsession
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2
Role:
Nancy Ashford
Starring:
Rock Hudson, Jane Wyman, Barbara Rush, Otto Kruger
Directed By:
Douglas Sirk
18. Mrs. Parkington (1944)
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2
Mrs. Parkington
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2
Role:
Aspasia Conti
Starring:
Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, Edward Arnold, Cecil Kellaway, Greer Garson
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress
19. The Story of Three Loves (1953)
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2
The Story of Three Loves
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2

This technicolour anthology film presents three stories narrated by three passengers on board a cruiser. The relationship between a ballet choreographer and a ballerina with a heart condition is featured in the first. In the second, a boy miraculously converts into a young man and charms his governess. In the third, a failed trapeze artist along with a suicidal woman perform a daring circus act. 

Starring:
Zsa Zsa Gabor, James Mason, Pier Angeli, Leslie Caron, Ethel Barrymore, Kirk Douglas
Directed By:
20. The Lost Moment (1947)
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2
The Lost Moment
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2

Publisher Lewis Venable wants to acquire some love letters between late poet, Jeffrey Ashton, and Juliana Bordereau. On learning Juliana is still alive, he takes up lodgings at her house. But things take a turn for the worse when he discovers Juliana’s schizophrenic granddaughter, Tina, is obsessed with Asthon, at times believing she is Juliana. 

Role:
Juliana Borderau
Starring:
Susan Hayward, Robert Cummings, Eduardo Ciannelli, Joan Lorring
Directed By:
Martin Gabel
21. Show Boat (1951)
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2
Show Boat
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2
Starring:
Ava Gardner, Joe E. Brown, Howard Keel, Kathryn Grayson, Marge Champion
Directed By:
George Sidney
22. The Great Sinner (1949)
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2
The Great Sinner
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2

While traveling from Moscow, writer Fedya becomes fascinated with gambling addict, the stunning Pauline Ostrovsky. When he abandons his own journey and follows her, he also decides to write a character study on gambling addicts. Unfortunately, his love for Pauline leads him down a path of gambling and crime from which he never recovers. 

Starring:
Walter Huston, Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Ethel Barrymore, Melvyn Douglas
Directed By:
Robert Siodmak
23. Station West (1948)
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2
Station West
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2

Army Intelligence officer John Haven is appointed to investigate the case when two cavalrymen get killed while transporting gold shipment. Haven goes undercover to the frontier town where he finds a job at gambling house run by Charlie, the alleged mastermind behind the gold robberies. Working for her, Haven tries to collect evidence against the beautiful Charlie and her gang of goons. 

Role:
Mrs. Caslon
Starring:
Raymond Burr, Dick Powell, Jane Greer, Burl Ives
Directed By:
Sidney Lanfield
24. Tomorrow, the World! (1944)
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Tomorrow, the World!
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2

Based on a popular 1943 Broadway play of the same name, this 1944 black-and-white film tells the story of a young German boy, whose parents send him to the US to live with his uncle.  A firm believer in Nazism, due to his early years in the Hitler youth, Emil creates trouble for his uncle’s fiancée Leona, who is a Jew. 

Role:
Aunt Jessie Frame
Starring:
Fredric March, Betty Field, Joan Carroll, Edit Angold
Directed By:
Leslie Fenton
25. Scandal at Scourie (1953)
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2
Scandal at Scourie
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2

A protestant couple, who have no children, decides to adopt a Catholic child, Patsy, after her orphanage burns down. However, this leads to various controversies. 

Role:
Sister Josephine
Starring:
Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, Arthur Shields, Donna Corcoran
Directed By:
Jean Negulesco
26. Who's Minding the Store? (1963)
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Who's Minding the Store?
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3
Role:
Mrs. Phoebe Tuttle
Starring:
Jerry Lewis, Ray Walston, Jill St. John, John McGiver
Directed By:
Frank Tashlin
27. The Revolt of Mamie Stover (1956)
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The Revolt of Mamie Stover
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2

The Revolt of Mamie Stover is an American drama film, which tells the story of Mamie Stover, a prostitute, who is forced to leave San Francisco, when the police start hunting for her. While travelling to Hawaii, she meets a writer named Jim Blair. Blair tries to help her in building a new career for herself. 

Role:
Bertha Parchman
Starring:
Jane Russell, Joan Leslie, Jorja Curtright, Richard Egan
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
28. The Blazing Forest (1952)
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2
The Blazing Forest
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2
Role:
Jessie Crain
Starring:
Richard Arlen, William Demarest, John Payne, Susan Morrow
Directed By:
Edward Ludwig
29. The Woman in White (1948)
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2
The Woman in White
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2
Role:
Countess Fosco
Starring:
Alexis Smith, Eleanor Parker, Sydney Greenstreet, Gig Young
Directed By:
Peter Godfrey
30. Journey Into Fear (1942)
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3
Journey Into Fear
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3
Role:
Mrs. Mathews
Starring:
Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Dolores del Rio, Everett Sloane, Ruth Warrick
Directed By:
31. The Swan (1956)
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2
The Swan
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2
Role:
Queen Maria Dominika
Starring:
Louis Jourdan, Alec Guinness, Grace Kelly, Jessie Royce Landis
Directed By:
Charles Vidor
32. The Left Hand of God (1955)
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2
The Left Hand of God
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2
Role:
Beryl Sigman
Starring:
Gene Tierney, Humphrey Bogart, Lee J. Cobb, E.G. Marshall
Directed By:
Edward Dmytryk
33. The Big Street (1942)
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3
The Big Street
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3

Shy busboy, Little Pinks, is in an unrequited love with haughty and selfish singer Gloria Lyons, the girlfriend of gangster and nightclub owner Case Ables. Gloria becomes paralyzed after being knocked down by Case, following which Pinks selflessly takes care of her and even takes her from Manhattan to Florida to reunite her with a former lover.

Role:
Violette Shumberg
Starring:
Lucille Ball, Henry Fonda, Eugene Pallette, Barton MacLane
Directed By:
Irving Reis
34. Her Highness and the Bellboy (1945)
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3
Her Highness and the Bellboy
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3

European Princess Veronica travels to New York to look for the American journalist she had met and fallen for 6 years earlier. Jimmy, the bellhop at her elite hotel, mistakes her for new maid. Amused, she doesn’t clear his misunderstanding and asks him to escort her around New York, unaware that Jimmy has fallen in love with her, thus complicating the matters.

Role:
Countess Zoe
Starring:
Hedy Lamarr, Robert Walker, June Allyson, Carl Esmond
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
35. Keep Your Powder Dry (1945)
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3
Keep Your Powder Dry
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3

Keep Your Powder Dry is an American drama film which tells the story of three women who join the Women's Army Corps during World War II. It portrays how they try to adjust to the difficulties in their new lives. 

Role:
Lieut. Colonel Spottiswoode
Starring:
Lana Turner, Laraine Day, Susan Peters, Bill Johnson
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell
36. Tempest (1958)
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2
Tempest
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2

Tempest is an adventure drama film which takes us to Russia in the 18th century. Piotr Grinov is dispatched by Catherine the Great to an isolated outpost located far away. However, on his journey, he comes across a rebel leader and his loyalties are put to the test.

Starring:
Vittorio Gassman, Nico, Van Heflin, Viveca Lindfors, Robert Keith
Directed By:
Alberto Lattuada
37. Night of the Quarter Moon (1959)
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2
Night of the Quarter Moon
10
2
Role:
Cornelia Nelson
Starring:
Julie London, John Drew Barrymore, Anna Kashfi, Dean Jones
Directed By:
Hugo Haas
38. What's the Matter with Helen? (1971)
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2
What's the Matter with Helen?
GP
10
2
Role:
Sister Alma
Starring:
Shelley Winters, Debbie Reynolds, Dennis Weaver, Micheál MacLiammóir
Directed By:
Curtis Harrington
39. Raintree County (1957)
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4
Raintree County
10
4
Starring:
Lee Marvin, Eva Marie Saint, Rod Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Montgomery Clift, Nigel Patrick
Directed By:
Edward Dmytryk
40. Dragon Seed (1944)
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2
Dragon Seed
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2

When the Japanese invade a farming village and the men of the Tan family appease the invaders to be on the safe side, a courageous young woman named Jade is determined to oppose. She learns to read and fight to build up a resistance, which in turn inspires the entire village to follow suit.

Starring:
Katharine Hepburn, Lionel Barrymore, Walter Huston, Akim Tamiroff, Turhan Bey, Aline MacMahon
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet, Jack Conway
41. The True Story of Jesse James (1957)
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4
The True Story of Jesse James
TV-14
10
4

This dramatized adaptation recounts the last 18 years in the life of American outlaw and gang leader Jesse James and his relationship with his brother Frank. Through flashbacks, it tells how he wanted a peaceful domestic life with his sweetheart Zee but was forced into a life of crime after being harassed by greedy railroad men.

Role:
Mrs. Samuel
Starring:
John Carradine, Robert Wagner, Jeffrey Hunter, Alan Hale Jr.
Directed By:
Nicholas Ray
42. Jeanne Eagels (1957)
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3
Jeanne Eagels
9
3
Role:
Nellie Neilson
Starring:
Charles Drake, Jeff Chandler, Kim Novak, Larry Gates
Directed By:
George Sidney
43. Untamed (1955)
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3
Untamed
9
3

Set in 1847, during the Great Famine, the film revolves around Katie O’Neill, and her husband, who immigrates to a troubled South Africa, where the former runs into an old flame. 

Role:
Aggie
Starring:
Rita Moreno, Susan Hayward, Tyrone Power, Richard Egan
Directed By:
Henry King
44. Captain Blackjack (1950)
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4
Captain Blackjack
10
4
Role:
Mrs. Emily Birk
Starring:
Herbert Marshall, Marcel Dalio, George Sanders, Patricia Roc
Directed By:
Julien Duvivier, José Antonio Nieves Conde
45. The Bat (1959)
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2
The Bat
12
2
Role:
Cornelia van Gorder
Starring:
Vincent Price, John Sutton, Gavin Gordon, Lenita Lane
Directed By:
Crane Wilbur
46. Bachelor in Paradise (1961)
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4
Bachelor in Paradise
9
4
Starring:
Bob Hope, Lana Turner, Janis Paige, Jim Hutton, Paula Prentiss
Directed By:
Jack Arnold
47. The Opposite Sex (1956)
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3
The Opposite Sex
10
3
Starring:
Joan Collins, Carolyn Jones, Leslie Nielsen, June Allyson, Ann Sheridan, Ann Miller
Directed By:
David Miller
48. The Singing Nun (1966)
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2
The Singing Nun
9
2

The biopic follows the journey of Sister Ann or Jeannine Deckers of the Dominican Order in Belgium who gains international fame when her song “Dominique” becomes a worldwide hit. The success tests her faith but a personal crisis ultimately leads her to choosing to care for others above all. 

Role:
Sister Cluny
Starring:
Katharine Ross, Debbie Reynolds, Greer Garson, Ricardo Montalban, Chad Everett
Directed By:
Henry Koster
49. Pardners (1956)
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5
Pardners
9
5
Starring:
Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Lori Nelson, Jeff Morrow, Jackie Loughery
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
50. Twenty Plus Two (1961)
9
4
Twenty Plus Two
9
4

Twenty Plus Two is a mystery crime thriller film which takes us to the life of Tom Alder, an investigator who specializes in finding lost heirs for families. He is asked by a police friend to investigate the murder of the secretary of a movie star’s fan club. He soon finds a possible connection linking to a missing heiress who has been missing since thirteen years.

Starring:
Jeanne Crain, Dina Merrill, William Demarest, David Janssen
Directed By:
Joseph M. Newman
51. Without Honor (1949)
10
3
Without Honor
10
3
Role:
Katherine Williams
Starring:
Franchot Tone, Bruce Bennett, Laraine Day, Dane Clark
Directed By:
Irving Pichel
52. Meet Me in Las Vegas (1956)
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3
Meet Me in Las Vegas
9
3

Yearly, rancher Chuck Rodwell travels to Las Vegas for gambling, but invariably ends up losing. Maria Corvier is the ballet-dancer at ‘Sand’s’ where Chuck discovers that she is lucky for him as he wins whenever he holds her hands. Aspiring for stardom, Maria is indifferent initially; but gradually they fall in love. Will they continue to hold hands up to the altar?  

Role:
Miss Hattie
Starring:
George Chakiris, Peter Lorre, Lena Horne, Frank Sinatra, Pier Angeli, Debbie Reynolds, Dan Dailey
Directed By:
Roy Rowland
53. The Youngest Profession (1943)
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2
The Youngest Profession
9
2

The Youngest Profession is a comedy drama film, which revolves around a lively teenage girl Joan and her best friend Patricia, who are dedicated autograph seekers. Together they run around New York City attempting to meet celebrities and get their autographs.  

Starring:
Greer Garson, Lana Turner, Virginia Weidler, John Carroll, Edward Arnold
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell
54. Main Street to Broadway (1953)
9
2
Main Street to Broadway
9
2
Role:
Mildred Waterbury
Starring:
Rex Harrison, Helen Hayes, Shirley Booth, Lilli Palmer, Lionel Barrymore, Ethel Barrymore, Henry Fonda
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
55. Summer Holiday (1948)
9
2
Summer Holiday
9
2

Summer Holiday is a musical comedy which tells the story of Richard Miller, who lives in a middle-class neighborhood with his family. He is in love with the girl-next-door, but the girl’s father is not happy with their puppy-love, since Richard is full of revolutionary ideas, which he shares with her.  

Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Walter Huston, Frank Morgan, Gloria DeHaven, Jackie 'Butch' Jenkins
Directed By:
Rouben Mamoulian
56. Dear Dead Delilah (1972)
9
2
Dear Dead Delilah
R
9
2
Role:
Delilah Charles
Starring:
Will Geer, Michael Ansara, Anne Meacham, Dennis Patrick
Directed By:
John Farris
57. Those Redheads from Seattle (1953)
8
2
Those Redheads from Seattle
8
2
Role:
Mrs. Edmonds
Starring:
Rhonda Fleming, Gene Barry, Guy Mitchell, Teresa Brewer
Directed By:
Lewis R. Foster
58. Adventures of Captain Fabian (1951)
8
2
Adventures of Captain Fabian
8
2

A sea captain in New Orleans gets involved with a servant girl. The girl sees him as a way to climb the social ladder.

Role:
Aunt Jezebel
Starring:
Errol Flynn, Vincent Price, Victor Francen, Micheline Presle
Directed By:
Robert Florey, William Marshall
59. Jessica (1962)
8
3
Jessica
8
3

After her husband passes away in Sicily during their honeymoon, Jessica, a nurse, decides to remain there instead of returning home. She soon becomes a midwife and begins a new life, but starts earning the attention of the men, and this causes the women to resent her. They begin conspiring against her.

Starring:
Angie Dickinson, Maurice Chevalier, Gabriele Ferzetti, Sylva Koscina
Directed By:
Jean Negulesco, Oreste Palella
60. Government Girl (1943)
8
2
Government Girl
8
2

Government Girl is a comedy-drama film which tells the story of a secretary of a newly appointment government official, who strives to make him successful, despite his shortcomings.  

Starring:
Olivia de Havilland, James Dunn, Anne Shirley, Sonny Tufts, Jess Barker
Directed By:
Dudley Nichols
61. The Story of Mankind (1957)
7
1
The Story of Mankind
7
1

Loosely based on Hendrik Willem van Loon nonfiction book of the same name, this movie has a devil and an angel acting as prosecutor and defender respectively in the Great Court of Outer Space. The argument revolves around whether to allow humanity to continue existing despite its faults or let it get destroyed by the Super H-bomb invented by earth scientists. 

Starring:
Dennis Hopper, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx, Ronald Colman, Vincent Price, John Carradine, Peter Lorre
Directed By:
Irwin Allen
62. The Conqueror (1956)
5
1
The Conqueror
5
1
Role:
Hunlun
Starring:
Patrick Wayne, Susan Hayward, John Wayne, John Hoyt, Pedro Armendáriz
Directed By:
Dick Powell

TV Movie(s)

1. Frankenstein: The True Story (1973)
12
2
Frankenstein: The True Story
12
2
Starring:
David McCallum, John Gielgud, Jane Seymour, James Mason, Nicola Pagett, Leonard Whiting
Directed By:
Jack Smight
2. The Strange Monster of Strawberry Cove (1971)
11
2
The Strange Monster of Strawberry Cove
11
2
Role:
Mrs. Pringle
Starring:
Kim Richards, Burgess Meredith, Skip Homeier, Parley Baer
Directed By:
Jack Shea
3. Suddenly Single (1971)
11
2
Suddenly Single
11
2
Role:
Marlene
Starring:
Margot Kidder, Cloris Leachman, Hal Holbrook, Barbara Rush
Directed By:
Jud Taylor
4. Marriage: Year One (1971)
11
2
Marriage: Year One
11
2
Role:
Grandma Duden
Starring:
Sally Field, Cicely Tyson, Bob Balaban, Neville Brand, William Windom
Directed By:
William A. Graham
5. Rex Harrison Presents Stories of Love (1974)
10
2
Rex Harrison Presents Stories of Love
10
2
Starring:
Lorne Greene, Leonard Nimoy, Rex Harrison, Bill Bixby, Roscoe Lee Browne, Lloyd Bochner
Directed By:
Arnold Laven, John Badham
6. Night of Terror (1972)
10
2
Night of Terror
10
2
Role:
Bronsky
Starring:
Chuck Connors, Martin Balsam, Catherine Burns, Donna Mills
Directed By:
Jeannot Szwarc
7. Alice Through the Looking Glass (1966)
10
2
Alice Through the Looking Glass
10
2
Starring:
Jack Palance, Jimmy Durante, Nanette Fabray, Richard Denning, Robert Coote
Directed By:
Alan Handley
8. Rolling Man (1972)
9
2
Rolling Man
9
2
Starring:
Slim Pickens, Dennis Weaver, Sheree North, Don Stroud
Directed By:
Peter Hyams
9. The Ballad of Andy Crocker (1969)
10
2
The Ballad of Andy Crocker
10
2
Starring:
Lee Majors, Joey Heatherton, Jimmy Dean, Bobby Hatfield, Marvin Gaye
Directed By:
George McCowan

Animation(s)

The Lone Ranger (1966)
The Lone Ranger
Role:
Black Widow (1 episode, 1966)
Starring:
Dick Beals, Shepard Menken, Michael Rye
Charlotte's Web (1973)
Charlotte's Web
G
Plot:

Charlotte’s Web is an animated comedy musical film which revolves around a pig named Wilbur, who learns that he is going to be slaughtered at the end of the season. However, a spider named Charlotte, who lives in his pen, ensures that he will save Wilbur’s life.  

Starring:
Paul Lynde, Danny Bonaduce, Debbie Reynolds, Henry Gibson, Rex Allen, Martha Scott
Directed By:
Charles A. Nichols, Iwao Takamoto
The Magic Pear Tree (1968)
The Magic Pear Tree
M
Role:
Chantelle (voice)
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, Paul Frees
Directed By:
Charles Swenson

TV Shows and Videos

The Twilight Zone (1959)
The Twilight Zone
TV-PG
Starring:
Robert Redford, James Whitmore, Carol Burnett, George Takei, Peter Falk, Sydney Pollack, James Franciscus
Directed By:
John Brahm, Douglas Heyes, Buzz Kulik, Lamont Johnson, Richard L. Bare
Studio 57 (1954)
Studio 57
Starring:
Claude Akins, John Banner, Michael Landon, Alan Young, Lloyd Bridges, Werner Klemperer, Eddie Albert
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Richard Irving, John English, Jules Bricken, Don Weis
Suspicion (1957)
Suspicion
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Patricia Neal, Harry Dean Stanton, Rod Steiger, Warren Beatty, Rory Calhoun, Jack Klugman
Directed By:
Don Medford, James Neilson, Robert Stevens, John Brahm, Jack Smight
The Chevy Mystery Show (1960)
The Chevy Mystery Show
Starring:
Marion Ross, James Whitmore, Vincent Price, Walter Slezak
Directed By:
Marc Daniels, Paul Nickell, Richard Dunlap
Disneyland (1954)
Disneyland
Starring:
Cindy Williams, Walt Disney, Kirk Cameron, Carrie Fisher, Soleil Moon Frye, Patrick Dempsey, Candace Cameron Bure
Directed By:
Hamilton Luske, Norman Tokar, Robert Stevenson, James Neilson, Jack Hannah
Adventures in Paradise (1959)
Adventures in Paradise
Starring:
Barbara Eden, Teresa Wright, Elsa Lanchester, Paulette Goddard, Gena Rowlands, Buddy Ebsen, Elaine Stritch
Directed By:
Paul Stanley, Sutton Roley, Gerald Mayer, James B. Clark, Tom Gries
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951)
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
Starring:
Tony Curtis, Burt Reynolds, Janet Leigh, Mary Tyler Moore, James Dean, Charlton Heston, David Niven
Directed By:
Roy Kellino, Jus Addiss, Robert Florey, John Brahm, Ted Post
Shirley Temple's Storybook (1958)
Shirley Temple's Storybook
Role:
Hepzibah Pyncheon / ... (3 episodes, 1958-1960)
Starring:
Eli Wallach, Mary Wickes, Martin Landau, Sterling Holloway, Mel Blanc, Fernando Lamas, Claude Akins
Directed By:
David Greene, James Neilson, Arthur Hiller, Robert B. Sinclair, Mitchell Leisen
The Red Skelton Show (1951)
The Red Skelton Show
TV-G
Starring:
Tina Louise, Peter Graves, John Forsythe, Connie Stevens, Roy Rogers, Ann Sothern, Nipsey Russell
Directed By:
Seymour Berns, Bill Hobin, John Gaunt, Terry Kyne, Martin Rackin
Playhouse 90 (1956)
Playhouse 90
Starring:
Buster Keaton, Paul Newman, Andy Griffith, Anne Bancroft, Robert Duvall, William Shatner, Elizabeth Montgomery
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer, Franklin J. Schaffner, Ralph Nelson, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Hiller
The Greatest Show on Earth (1963)
The Greatest Show on Earth
Starring:
Annette Funicello, Don Ameche, Jack Lord, James Coburn, Cliff Robertson, Sal Mineo, Lucille Ball
Directed By:
Vincent McEveety, Allen Reisner, Robert Butler, Paul Wendkos, Leslie H. Martinson
The Rifleman (1958)
The Rifleman
Starring:
Adam West, Katy Jurado, Denver Pyle, Dennis Hopper, Martin Landau, Harry Dean Stanton, Claude Akins
Directed By:
Joseph H. Lewis, Arnold Laven, Arthur H. Nadel, Gene Nelson, Don Medford
Matinee Theatre (1955)
Matinee Theatre
Starring:
Roger Moore, Jack Nicholson, Elinor Donahue, Geraldine Page, Frances Farmer, Steven McQueen, Bea Benaderet
Directed By:
Lamont Johnson, Walter Grauman, Boris Sagal, Allan A. Buckhantz, Sherman Marks
That's Life (1968)
That's Life
Starring:
Liza Minnelli, Betty White, Phyllis Diller, Ethel Merman, Rodney Dangerfield, Sid Caesar, George Burns
Directed By:
Stan Harris
The Wild Wild West (1965)
The Wild Wild West
Starring:
Rosey Grier, Nancy Dow, Richard Pryor, Sorrell Booke, Ed Asner, Don Rickles, Dawn Wells
Directed By:
Michael Caffey, Charles R. Rondeau, Irving J. Moore, Bernard McEveety, Alan Crosland Jr.
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Drama
My Sister Eileen (1960)
My Sister Eileen
Starring:
Bert Convy, John Banner, Elaine Stritch, Raymond Bailey, Jack Weston
Harrigan and Son (1960)
Harrigan and Son
Starring:
Eva Gabor, Bert Convy, John Carradine, Pat O'Brien, Cecil Kellaway
Channing (1963)
Channing
Starring:
Telly Savalas, Joyce Bulifant, Peter Fonda, James Earl Jones, Bob Crane, William Shatner, Dawn Wells
Directed By:
William Hale, Harvey Hart, Elliot Silverstein
Rawhide (1959)
Rawhide
Starring:
Gavin MacLeod, Bobby Troup, Frances Bavier, Clint Eastwood, Broderick Crawford, Dick Van Patten, Frankie Avalon
Directed By:
Thomas Carr, Ted Post, Christian Nyby, Harmon Jones, Jesse Hibbs
The Millionaire (1955)
The Millionaire
Starring:
Louise Fletcher, Wayne Rogers, Inger Stevens, Charles Bronson, Barbara Eden, Betty White, Mary Tyler Moore
Directed By:
Leslie H. Martinson, James Sheldon, John Peyser, Gerald Mayer, James V. Kern
Night Gallery (1969)
Night Gallery
TV-PG
Starring:
Pat Boone, David Carradine, Bobby Darin, Randy Quaid, Ray Milland, Carl Reiner, Laurence Harvey
Directed By:
Jeannot Szwarc, Jeff Corey, Gene R. Kearney, Jerrold Freedman, John Badham
Hollywood Talent Scouts (1965)
Hollywood Talent Scouts
Starring:
Pat Boone, Bob Crane, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Art Linkletter
The Rebel (1959)
The Rebel
Starring:
Leonard Nimoy, John Carradine, Claude Akins, Nick Adams, Chuck Hamilton, Sid Troy
Directed By:
Bernard L. Kowalski, Bernard McEveety, Irvin Kershner
Alcoa Theatre (1957)
Alcoa Theatre
Starring:
Maximilian Schell, Charles Boyer, Jack Lemmon, Barbara Stanwyck, James Whitmore, Angie Dickinson, Werner Klemperer
Directed By:
Walter Grauman, Don Weis, Don McDougall, Don Taylor, Paul Wendkos
Barefoot in the Park (1970)
Barefoot in the Park
Starring:
Scatman Crothers, Cindy Williams, Nipsey Russell, Tracy Reed, Harry Holcombe, Scoey Mitchell
Directed By:
Bruce Bilson, Charles R. Rondeau, Jerry Paris
The Virginian (1962)
The Virginian
TV-PG
Starring:
John Aniston, Charles Grodin, George C. Scott, Mary Ann Mobley, Raquel Welch, Art Carney, Eric Braeden
Directed By:
Don McDougall, Abner Biberman, Anton Leader, William Witney, James Sheldon
The Colgate Comedy Hour (1950)
The Colgate Comedy Hour
Starring:
Peggy Lee, Ethel Merman, Jerry Lewis, Angie Dickinson, Carolyn Jones, Scatman Crothers, Frank Sinatra
Directed By:
Fred Hamilton, Ernest D. Glucksman, Jim Jordan, Kingman T. Moore, Bud Yorkin
Bewitched (1964)
Bewitched
TV-G
Role:
Endora (254 episodes, 1964-1972)
Starring:
Tom Bosley, James Doohan, Richard Dreyfuss, Peggy Lipton, Melissa Sue Anderson, Alice Ghostley, Robert Wolders
Directed By:
William Asher, Richard Michaels, R. Robert Rosenbaum, Richard Kinon, E.W. Swackhamer
Burke's Law (1963)
Burke's Law
Starring:
Luciana Paluzzi, Mako Iwamatsu, Gloria Swanson, Jayne Mansfield, Celeste Holm, Nancy Sinatra, Edd Byrnes
Directed By:
Don Weis, Jerry Hopper, Don Taylor, Richard Kinon, Murray Golden
Wagon Train (1957)
Wagon Train
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Tom Skerritt, Sessue Hayakawa, Ryan O'Neal, Melody Thomas Scott, Lou Costello, Jane Wyatt
Directed By:
Virgil W. Vogel, Joseph Pevney, Jerry Hopper, Allen H. Miner, Herschel Daugherty
Lancer (1968)
Lancer
Starring:
Sam Elliott, Tom Selleck, Eve Plumb, Martin Sheen, Ron Howard, Rory Calhoun, Cloris Leachman
Directed By:
Leo Penn, Allen Reisner, Robert Day, William Hale, Gene Nelson
Custer (1967)
Custer
Starring:
James Whitmore, Ray Walston, Slim Pickens, Rory Calhoun, Mary Ann Mobley, Yvonne De Carlo
Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969)
Marcus Welby, M.D.
Starring:
David Cassidy, Christina Crawford, Frank Langella, Larry Hagman, Carrie Snodgress, Robert Urich, James Brolin
Directed By:
Steven Spielberg, Marc Daniels, Leo Penn, Hollingsworth Morse, Jeannot Szwarc
The DuPont Show of the Month (1957)
The DuPont Show of the Month
Starring:
Jackie Cooper, Richard Harris, Elaine May, Jason Robards, Mike Nichols, Ben Gazzara, Christopher Plummer
Directed By:
Robert Mulligan, Ralph Nelson, Alex Segal, Sidney Lumet, Daniel Petrie
Climax! (1954)
Climax!
Starring:
Dorothy McGuire, Anna May Wong, Walter Matthau, Angela Lansbury, Red Skelton, Joanne Woodward, Irene Papas
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik, Allen Reisner, John Frankenheimer, Paul Nickell, Jack Smight
The Smith Family (1971)
The Smith Family
Starring:
Lori Loughlin, Henry Fonda, Ron Howard, Darleen Carr, John Carter
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty
Love, American Style (1969)
Love, American Style
Starring:
Charles Nelson Reilly, Sandra Dee, Anne Meara, Milton Berle, Steve Allen, Bob Denver, Albert Brooks
Directed By:
Charles R. Rondeau, Bruce Bilson, Leslie H. Martinson, Gary Nelson, Richard Michaels
General Electric Theater (1953)
General Electric Theater
Starring:
Rosalind Russell, Irene Dunne, Amanda Blake, Harry Belafonte, Donna Reed, Janet Gaynor, Paul Muni
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Don Medford, James Neilson, Jules Bricken, Mitchell Leisen
Startime (1959)
Startime
Starring:
Jack Benny, Gracie Allen, Ingrid Bergman, Rex Harrison, Nanette Fabray, Dean Martin, George Peppard
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock, Greg Garrison, Gordon Rigsby, Jack Donohue, Bretaigne Windust
The Revlon Mirror Theater (1953)
The Revlon Mirror Theater
Starring:
Joan Crawford, Jackie Cooper, Eddie Albert, Lee Marvin, Frances Bavier, Angela Lansbury, Eva Marie Saint
Directed By:
Phil Karlson, Daniel Petrie, Rod Amateau

Agnes Moorehead Awards

Golden Globe Awards
Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte Best Supporting Actress 1965
Mrs. Parkington Best Supporting Actress 1945
Primetime Emmy Awards
The Wild Wild West Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Drama 1967