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Legendary actress, Ann Harding, was born Dorothy Walton Gatley on Aug 7, 1901 in Fort Sam Houston, TX. Harding died at the age of 80 on Sep 1, 1981 in Sherman Oaks, CA and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills) Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Although Harding was nominated for one Oscar, she never won a competitive Academy Award.
|1930/31||Best Actress||Holiday (1930)||Linda Seton||Nominated|
She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures and Television. Ann Harding's handprints and footprints were 'set in stone' at Grauman's Chinese Theater during imprint ceremony #16 on Aug 30, 1930.
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Mrs. Jane Stone: Oh yes, of course. I didn't recognize you at first without your uniform.
Valerie Colby: But how can you even think of marrying him if you don't love him?
Joan Colby: Love? Marriage has nothing to do with love. Marriage is a business - at least, it's a woman's business. And love is an emotion. A man doesn't let emotion interfere with *his* business, and if more women would learn not to let emotion interfere with *theirs*, fewer of them would end up in the divorce court.
[referring to President Theodore Roosevelt]
Oliver Wendell Holmes: He said, among other things, that he could carve a judge with more backbone out of a banana.
Fanny Bowditch Holmes: [outraged] Well, the very idea!
Graham, reporter for Boston Transcript: Is there any statement, Mrs. Holmes, that you would make?
Fanny Bowditch Holmes: Yes, Mr. Graham, there is.
Oliver Wendell Holmes: Fanny...
Fanny Bowditch Holmes: You may say that we adore dear Mr. Roosevelt at all times -
Graham, reporter for Boston Transcript: Adore, Mrs. Holmes?
Fanny Bowditch Holmes: Yes, Mr. Graham, we adore everything about him... except his taste in bananas.
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