Frances Farmer Overview:

Legendary actress, Frances Farmer, was born Frances Elena Farmer on Sep 19, 1913 in Seattle, WA. Farmer died at the age of 56 on Aug 1, 1970 in Indianapolis, IN and was laid to rest in Oaklawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Indianapolis, Hamilton County, IN.



Farmer was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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Come and Get It (1936) with The Hawksian Archetype

By 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 4, 2019 From 4 Star Films

Author Edna Ferber in both her plays and novels had a penchant for sprawling familial?tales of Americana which were?indubitably fortified?by social issues.?Come and Get It gives the initial impression of another Howard Hawks?movie released?the same year, Barbary Coast (1936). In fact, that’s p... Read full article

By Annette Bochenek on Jun 24, 2015 From Hometowns to Hollywood

“The more people pointed at me in scorn, the more stubborn I got. And when they began calling me the ‘Bad Girl of West Seattle High,’ I tried to live up to it.” - When I relayed the complicated?tale of ’s life to a friend of mine, his respons... Read full article

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By Dawn on Feb 20, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Geena" Davis (born January 21, 1957) is an American actress, film producer, writer, former fashion model, and a women's Olympics archery team semi-finalist. She is known for her roles in The Fly, Beetlejuice, Thelma and Louise, and The Accidental Tourist, for which she won the 1988 Academy Award for... Read full article

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Frances Farmer Quotes:

Josie Mansfield: Besides, if you want something real bad, you gotta take some hard knocks to get it.
James 'Jim' Fisk Jr.: Say, you've learned a lot for a young lady. What are you after... reaching for the moon?
Josie Mansfield: No, just one little star on a dressing room door.

Mrs. Nickerson: Why don't you go over to Josh's house and drive his mother crazy?

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Frances Farmer Facts
For her very special tribute appearance on _"This Is Your Life" (1958), Frances was given an automobile - an Edsel.

Stephen Cush, a member of the British group The Men They Couldn't Hang wrote a song called Lobotomy Gets 'Em Home in memory of Frances Farmer after he saw the biographical film Frances (1982). The song appears on the album Silvertown on Silvertone Records - now deleted.

Her third, and last, husband Leland C. Mikesell was born May 20, 1904 and died January 1971.

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