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Bonita Granville Overview:

Legendary actress, Bonita Granville, was born on Feb 2, 1923 in Chicago, IL. Granville died at the age of 65 on Oct 11, 1988 in Santa Monica, CA .

HONORS and AWARDS:

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Although Granville was nominated for one Oscar, she never won a competitive Academy Award.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1936Best Supporting ActressThese Three (1936)Mary TilfordNominated
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She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures. On 2011, Granville received the Disney Legends Award for living up to the Disney principals of imagination, skill, discipline, craftsmanship and magic.

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Wednesday's Child: (2)

By Beth Daniels on Feb 5, 2014 From Mildred's Fatburgers

Born February 2, 1923 Not Even Close to a Biography, but Fun My copy of and the Mystery of Star IslandBy Kathryn HeisenfeltWhitman Publishing, 1942 What my sister wrote on the front endpaper of a gift copy: (I *did* already have it, but wasn't that nice?) ... Read full article


Beloved Brat -

By The Metzinger Sisters on May 25, 2013 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

was one of Hollywood's finest and most versatile child actors. On the big screen she perfected a characterization of a malicious child that had not been portrayed previously. was uniquely ....a "beloved brat". No other actress was quite able to rival... Read full article


Beloved Brat -

By The Metzinger Sisters on May 25, 2013 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

was one of Hollywood's finest and most versatile child actors. On the big screen she perfected a characterization of a malicious child that had not been portrayed previously. was uniquely ....a "beloved brat". No other actress was quite able to rival... Read full article


Beloved Brat -

By The Metzinger Sisters on May 25, 2013 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

was one of Hollywood's finest and most versatile child actors. On the big screen she perfected a characterization of a malicious child that had not been portrayed previously. was uniquely ....a "beloved brat". No other actress was quite able to rival... Read full article


Beloved Brat -

By The Metzinger Sisters on May 25, 2013 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

was one of Hollywood's finest and most versatile child actors. On the big screen she perfected a characterization of a malicious child that had not been portrayed previously. was uniquely ....a "beloved brat". No other actress was quite able to rival... Read full article


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Bonita Granville Quotes:

Marian Kilbourne: [introducing the two Great Danes] His name is "Get Off the Rug." His is "You, too!"


Lieutenant Karl Bruner: You're a German. If you'd only give our way of living a chance.
Anna Miller: You can't give evil and rottenes a fair chance.


Nancy Drew: Ted, I'm positive that the woman who stole the tin can from me yesterday is Soxie's girlfriend. Now all you have to do is get him to tell you her name and where she lives.
Ted Nickerson: Maybe you'd like to know if she's got any bridgework! How will that help?
Nancy Drew: You remember Captain Tweety always said, "Cherchez la femme!" - find the woman! - the only smart thing he ever did say!
Ted Nickerson: Yeah, and he stole that!
Nancy Drew: It's true! You can always get information from women. They just love to talk!


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Bonita Granville Facts

Long married to oil millionaire / producer Jack Wrather who produced a few of her young adult films, including The Guilty (1947), Strike It Rich (1948), Guilty of Treason (1950) and The Lone Ranger (1956). Together they went on to produce the "Lassie" (1954) TV series. They had four children: daughters Molly Wrather and Linda Wrather and sons Jack Wrather Jr. and Christopher Wrather.

Through a special agreement with Walt Disney, she and her husband, Jack Wrather were able to use the Disneyland name on the hotel they built across the street from the theme park in Anaheim, California.

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