Legendary actress, Claire Trevor, was born Claire Wemlinger on Mar 8, 1910 in New York City, NY. Trevor died at the age of 90 on Apr 8, 2000 in Newport Beach, CA and was cremated and her ashes scattered at sea.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Claire Trevor was nominated for three Academy Awards, winning one for Best Supporting Actress for Key Largo (as Gaye) in 1948.
|1937||Best Supporting Actress||Dead End (1937)||Francie||Nominated|
|1948||Best Supporting Actress||Key Largo (1948)||Gaye||Won|
|1954||Best Supporting Actress||The High and the Mighty (1954)||Mary Holst||Nominated|
She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.
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Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: The further I sit from you, Mr. Welch, the better I like it.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Take those bags into the next car, please.
Porter: Sorry, Miss. The train's full up today.
Welch: Here you are, Kay. Sit right down here.
[Kay drops train tickets, and Welch picks them up]
Welch: Two tickets to Niagara Falls, eh? How romantic. That's where honeymooners go. Oh, yes. Eddie Ellison gets out today. Say, you're not really gonna marry that guy, are you?
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Any objection?
Welch: Say, listen, kid. I like you. I want to give you a little friendly advice.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: [scoffs] Friendly advice. Well, that's good, coming from the fellow that caused Eddie's conviction.
Welch: Now take it easy, Kay. I'm telling you that I'm your friend. More than a friend.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Yes, you tried to be more than a friend, ever since you had Eddie arrested.
Welch: Now, don't be that way. You're a nice girl, and you're about to make the mistake of your life.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: That's my business.
Johnny McEvoy, aka Johnny Macklin: Don't talk to any strangers.
Madeleine Haley, aka Gladys LaRue: I don't know any strangers
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Two tickets to Niagara Falls, please.
Train Teller: Oh. Congratulations, ma'am. What train?
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: The 9:20, and I want to stop off at Ossining.
Train Teller: Ossining? You mean, Sing-Sing?
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: No, I mean Ossining.
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