Actress, Maggie McNamara, was born Marguerite McNamara on Jun 18, 1929 in New York City, NY. McNamara died at the age of 48 on Feb 18, 1978 in New York City, NY .
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Although McNamara was nominated for one Oscar, she never won a competitive Academy Award.
|1953||Best Actress||The Moon Is Blue (1953)||Patty O'Neill||Nominated|
Gone Too Soon Blogathon 2012:By Kristen on Mar 10, 2012 From Journeys in Classic Film
So today is another divergence from the Films of Jean Harlow but I’m proud to announce my first participation in a Blog-a-Thon. ?The excellent classic film blog Comet Over Hollywood is devoting this weekend to stars we lost before their time. ?After you read my choice, go over to Comet and rea... Read full article
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Patty O'Neill: Who, me?
Donald Gresham: Yes, you.
Patty O'Neill: You really think I am?
Donald Gresham: Well, you are always asking if people plan seduction or they're bored with virgins or they have a mistress... Now, if that isn't being preoccupied with sex, I'd like to know what is.
Patty O'Neill: You may be right.
Patty O'Neill: But don't you think it's better for a girl to be preoccupied with sex than occupied?
Patty O'Neill: Oh, I know! Let's not go out. Let's fix dinner up here. I am simply a sensational cook.
Donald Gresham: Well, unfortunately I haven't any sensational food.
Patty O'Neill: Oh, you must have something.
[opens the icebox]
Patty O'Neill: I thought you surely must have some leftovers. You know, what I can do with leftovers is nobody's business! Do you like kadguree?
Donald Gresham: I beg your pardon?
Patty O'Neill: Kadguree. It's made with finnan haddie. Do you have any finnan haddie?
Donald Gresham: I wouldn't be found dead with finnan haddie.
Patty O'Neill: Aw, that's an awful thing to say. You haven't even tasted it. It's delicious.
Donald Gresham: [In the taxi, on the way to his apartment] You won't mind coming up, will you?
Patty O'Neill: I am not so sure. Will you try to seduce me?
Donald Gresham: I, I don't know. Probably. why?
Patty O'Neill: Why? A girl wants to know.
Donald Gresham: A girl is supposed to be intuitive about those things. You don't go around bluntly asking questions like that.
Patty O'Neill: I do. I always do.
Donald Gresham: And what happens if they say yes, they are going to try to seduce you.
Patty O'Neill: I generally believe them. And then I am out one dinner.
Donald Gresham: And if they say their intentions are honorable?
Patty O'Neill: I generally believe that. But you get fooled some times. I hate men like that. I mean, after all, they are lots of girls who don't mind being seduced. Why pick on those who do?
Donald Gresham: OK, I won't make a single pass at you. Do you believe me?
Patty O'Neill: Yes. Yes, I do. You're nice. I like you.
Donald Gresham: I could be lying.
Patty O'Neill: That's true. Are you?
Donald Gresham: I don't know. I've never run up against anybody like you before.
Patty O'Neill: How nice!
Donald Gresham: But I won't take an oath that I am not going to kiss you.
Patty O'Neill: Oh, that's alright. Kissing's fine. I have no objection to that.
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