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Evelyn Keyes Overview:

Actress, Evelyn Keyes, was born Evelyn Louise Keyes on Nov 20, 1916 in Port Arthur, TX. Keyes died at the age of 91 on Jul 4, 2008 in Montecito, CA .

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is magic in... A Thousand and One Nights (1945)

By Michaela on Nov 6, 2015 From Love Letters to Old Hollywood

TCM has introduced me to countless movies, as I'm sure it has to many others. I owe the majority of my film knowledge to the channel, and while not every film is an absolute gem, there are quite a few that turn out to be spectacular: Kiss Me, Kate, Vivacious Lady, The Affairs of Dobie Gillis, Rebecc... Read full article


The Supporting Players of Gone With the Wind:

By Amanda Garrett on Dec 1, 2014 From Old Hollywood Films

as Suellen O'Hara will always be remembered as Scarlett O'Hara's little sister, but she was a talented actress and dancer in her own right. Keyes was one of the few native Southerners in the Gone With the Wind (1939) cast. She was born on Nov. 20, 1916, in Port Arthur, T... Read full article


Remembering . . .

By shadowsandsatin on Nov 20, 2013 From Shadows and Satin

November 20th is a banner day in the film noir world ? it marks the birth date of film noir veteran . This feisty femme appeared in four films noirs during her career, including one of my favorites, The Prowler (1951), and was also featured in such non-noir favorites as Here Comes Mr. Jo... Read full article


By Art on Nov 20, 2011 From Classic Cinema Gold

“I got to star in my own movies. I even had my name above the title in some cases. But what am I known for? My bit part. It’s very funny”. ~ , referring to her role as Suellen O’Hara in “Gone With the Wind” Evelyn Louise Keyes was an American film a... Read full article


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Evelyn Keyes Quotes:

Helen Sherman: [in Richard's fantasy] Lately you've begun to imagine in Cinemascope... with stereophonic sound.


Richard Sherman: [In Richard's nightmare, Helen shoots him and he lays dying on the stairs] Helen... I'm going fast. Give me a cigarette!
Helen Sherman: A cigarette? You know what Dr. Murphy told you about smoking!


Pilot Officer Pax Masterson: I used to play hide and seek in these rooms.
Grizel Dane: How interesting since you never set foot here before.
Pilot Officer Pax Masterson: Imaginary hide and seek. When I was little my aunt taught me where every room was. She wanted to know this house as she remembered it, she grew up here.
Grizel Dane: Was your aunt by any chance called Lark?
Pilot Officer Pax Masterson: Yes, Lark Ingoldsby. I was brought up by her. She made me promise to visit this house if I ever got to London.
Grizel Dane: You begin to make sense.


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Evelyn Keyes Facts
She became involved with flamboyant producer Michael Todd for three years during his preparation and filming of Around the World in Eighty Days (1956). She even played a cameo role in the movie and helped on publicity. During the filming, he broke things off after falling in love with Elizabeth Taylor, whom he later married. The positive thing that came out of it for her was that she had invested most of her money in the picture and was financial set for life as a result.

She has one son, Pablo, from her marriage to John Huston. In Huston's autobiography, he writes of how he found the boy while making a movie in Mexico. After finding out the boy was homeless and an orphan, he adopted him and brought him back to the USA, unbeknownst to his wife. He met Evelyn at the airport and shocked her by introducing her to their new son. Evelyn, who ' was not going to spend her life raising other lives', was not pleased. Most of her marriages ended because of her lack of desire to start a family, although that would have meant adopting (she could not have children of her own). (However, according to Evelyn's autobiography, her father-in-law Walter Huston had already spilled the beans before the boy arrived.) Pablo eventually married an Irish girl, had three children, and then deserted his family and became a used car dealer.

Her marriage in 1946 to John Huston was eccentric, to say the least. Just one of the examples she recalled involved Huston returning home from the film We Were Strangers (1949) with a gift from actress Jennifer Jones, a pet chimpanzee.

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