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Legendary actress, Angela Lansbury, was born Angela Brigid Lansbury on Oct 16, 1925 in Poplar, London. As of December 2016, Angela Lansbury was 91 years old.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Although Lansbury was nominated for three Oscars, she never won a competitive Academy Award.
|1944||Best Supporting Actress||Gaslight (1944)||Nancy Oliver||Nominated|
|1945||Best Supporting Actress||The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945)||Sibyl Vane||Nominated|
|1962||Best Supporting Actress||The Manchurian Candidate (1962)||Raymond's Mother||Nominated|
She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Television and Motion Pictures. In addition, Lansbury was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame and TV Hall of Fame . On November 30, 1995, Lansbury received the Disney Legends Award for living up to the Disney principals of imagination, skill, discipline, craftsmanship and magic.
Actress Beauty Tips #38: Positive Moves withon Aug 19, 2017 From Comet Over Hollywood
This is the 38th installment of the classic actress beauty tips that I have read about and tested. Actress has had a long and varied career. Lansbury started in films in 1944 and on the stage in 1957, and she still works in both mediums today. She was active on television with her o... Read full article
HAPPY 90TH BIRTHDAYBy Crystal Kalyana on Oct 16, 2015 From In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood
Today marks the 90th anniversary of the birth of the motion picture legend, , the notable actress who is primarily remembered for her memorable portrayal of Jessica Fletcher in the long running television series, Murder She Wrote. Angela Bridget Lansbury, made her star-studded debut ... Read full article
31 Days of Oscar Blogathon:By minooallen on Feb 10, 2015 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
31 Days of Oscar Blogathon in The Manchurian Candiate In 2013, the Academy Awards corrected what was, in my humble opinion, one of its biggest mistakes. No, it did not reverse its 1942 Best Picture decision and give it to Citizen Kane (no offense to How Green Was My Valley lovers). I... Read full article
and James Earl Jones Drive Miss Daisy to the MultiplexBy Will McKinley on Jun 4, 2014 From Cinematically Insane
Theres a new film in theaters this week, which is news that will delight any classic movie and TV fan. But the version of Driving Miss Daisy in which the legendary actress stars opposite James Earl Jones isnt a remake of Bruce Beresfords 1989 Best Picture winner. It isnt even a f... Read full article
Classic Movie Legend Tribute:By minooallen on Oct 16, 2012 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Happy Birthday to Classic Movie Legend, , born on October 16, 1925! I have a confession: I am s biggest fan. Ok. Maybe not biggest fan, but I am in at least in the 10 percent of Lansbury fandom. Its no secret to those around me that I adore this woman. I own multiple ... Read full article
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King Roderick: What was that?
Princess Gwendolyn: He's a brute and a lout.
King Roderick: Brute or not, lout or not, if it pleases me you will marry Griswold.
Princess Gwendolyn: If it pleases you so much, you marry Griswold.
Mrs. Iselin: Oh, Raymond, what is the matter with you? You look as if your head were going to come to a point in the next thirteen seconds.
Mrs. Iselin: I know you will never entirely comprehend this, Raymond, but you must believe I did not know it would be you. I served them. I fought for them. I'm on the point of winning for them the greatest foothold they would ever have in this country. And they paid me back by taking your soul away from you. I told them to build me an assassin. I wanted a killer from a world filled with killers and they chose you because they thought it would bind me closer to them.
[Puts her hands on Raymond's face]
Mrs. Iselin: But now, we have come almost to the end. One last step. And then when I take power, they will be pulled down and ground into dirt for what they did to you. And what they did in so contemptuously underestimating me.
[Kisses Raymond on the forehead, then his cheek, then on his lips]
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