Jeanette Nolan Overview:

Actress, Jeanette Nolan, was born on Dec 30, 1911 in Los Angeles, CA. Nolan died at the age of 86 on Jun 5, 1998 in Los Angeles, CA and was laid to rest in Tobacco Valley Cemetery in Eureka, MT.

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Hallie: One steak for Mr. Peabody, with fixins'.
Nora Ericson: Steak, beans, potatoes...
Peter Ericson: And a deep dish apple pie.
Nora Ericson: Someday he order something different and we all faint dead away.


Lady Macbeth: [during Macbeth's strange behavior at the banquet] This is the very painting of your fear. This is the air-drawn dagger which you said led you to Duncan.


Roy Fleming: Why is Pa always trying to run my life?
Mrs. Fleming: Well, after all, he was a corporal in World War I, and you know how bossy they were.
Roy Fleming: But, Ma, that war's been over for ages.
Mrs. Fleming: Not to your father. He loves that war just as much today as he did then.


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Jeanette Nolan Facts
During the Golden Age of radio through the 1930s and 1940s, she provided the voices of a variety characters on such programs as "The March of Time", "Cavalcade of America", "The Court of Missing Heirs", "The Adventures of Mister Meek", "Life Begins" and "Manhattan at Midnight". On many of these dramatic performances she collaborated with her then husband, the late actor John McIntire. Nolan has the rather curious distinction of having provided a series of screams for "mother" in Psycho (1960) in which, coincidentally, her husband played Sheriff Chambers.

Mother of actor Tim McIntire and Holly McIntire.

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