Character actress, Maude Eburne, was born on Nov 10, 1875 in Bronte-on-the-Lake, Canada. Eburne died at the age of 84 on Oct 15, 1960 in Hollywood, CA .
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The Film Festival: "The Vampire Bat" and "Lonely Wives"By David on Feb 1, 2014 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze
"I beg your pardon, young man?" Of all the actors and actresses who appeared in 1930s movies, (1875-1960) was certainly one of them. She was born in Ontario, Canada, and appeared in plays there before making her Broadway debut in 1913. The next year she made a name for herself as "Cod... Read full article
What a Character! Blogathon: Canadian Edition, Miss Lucile Watson and MissBy Caftan Woman on Sep 23, 2012 From Caftan Woman
Lucile Watson May 27, 1879 - June 24, 1962 Quebec City, the historic French settlement, trading post and sometime capitol of New France and Lower Canada, was the birthplace of Rosine Mary Lucile Watson on May 27, 1879. Educated in one of the predominantly Catholic province's many convent school... Read full article
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Amelia Jones: Even when he was a baby, he never cried - not even when we dropped him.
Lizzie Allen: [after The Bat gets trapped in her bear trap outside] I caught The Bat! I caught The Bat! I caught The Bat! I caught The Bat!
Hurricane Hattie McGuire: Stand back! I ain't gonna have no bloodshed here. I just had the place scrubbed!
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