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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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Murder, My Sweet (1944) with Dick Powell andBy Orson De Welles on Feb 25, 2016 From Classic Film Freak
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– A PictorialBy Art on Mar 8, 2012 From Classic Cinema Gold
was nicknamed the “Queen of Film Noir” because of her many appearances in “bad girl roles in film noir and other black-and-white thrillers. won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role of Gaye Dawn, the washed-up nightclub singer ... Read full article
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(March 8, 1910– April 8, 2000), was nicknamed the "Queen of Film Noir" because of her many performances in film noirs. Her first film performances were in the films, Life in the Raw(1933) and Jimmy and Sally (1933). She went on to star with Humphrey Bogart in the film, Dead End ... Read full article
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May Holst: Talking? Honey, you dont know what you're asking. Tell you a good joke on me: You know, I always dreaded the idea of becoming an old woman. And the way things look now, I won't have to worry about it any more. You know, I haven't been whistled at in years, and the idea of growing roses for the rest of my life is really beginning to haunt me. There oughta be a home for dames like me. Yup - we shoulda organized. You know, a house somewhere with no mirror in it, far away where we never have to look at a young girl. They have homes for unmarried mothers but everybody forgets about the girls who - who never quite managed to make things legal. I think I could start one! Yeah - I could call it the May Holst Home for Broken-Down Broads. I kind of like that, don't you?
Laura Benson: There's a nice old lady over there in a millinery shop. You won't even need a gun. Just show her your face, and she'll give you the whole store.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: What's happened?
Eddie Ellison: Well, the breadwinners have stopped winning.
Larry Scott: Yeah, looks like we're in for a little vacation.
Jane Scott: You mean you were discharged.
Eddie Ellison: Well, not exactly. We were canned.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: But they can't let you off for nothing.
Eddie Ellison: No. I know they can't. But they did. Welch saw to that.
Jane Scott: Who's Welch?
Larry Scott: Well, he's an old friend of ours.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Will you excuse us for a minute? I want to talk to Eddie alone.
[Eddie and Kay go into the next room]
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Now listen, Eddie. When we were married we said we'd go 50-50 on everything, didn't we?
Eddie Ellison: Uh-huh.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Well, that meant joy and trouble, too. You always let me in on the joy, now. Why not the trouble?
Eddie Ellison: There's nothing more to tell.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Eddie, look at me. Did Larry have anything to do with this?
Eddie Ellison: No.
Kay 'Funny Face' Ellison: Well, then. We haven't a thing to worry about.
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