Ruth Warrick Overview:

Actress, Ruth Warrick, was born on Jun 29, 1915 in St. Joseph, MO. Warrick died at the age of 89 on Jan 15, 2005 in Manhattan, NY .

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She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Charles Foster Kane III: Mother, is Pop governor yet?
Emily: Not yet, Junior.


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The January 24, 2005, episode of "All My Children" (1970) was dedicated "In Loving Memory of Ruth Warrick." With Phoebe's passing, the show finally addressed her husband's Langley's death as Phoebe's last words were reportedly, "Langley is waiting for me." Phoebe's funeral was aired May 12, 2005. The episode featured many of Warrick's most notable performances as flashbacks and included the return of many of the characters who had been heavily involved in her story lines over the years.

In July 2000, she refused to accept a lifetime achievement award from the South Carolina Arts Commission because she was offended by legislators' decision to move the Confederate flag from the state Capitol dome to another spot on the grounds in response to a boycott of the state by flag opponents. A life-long supporter of African-American rights, she felt the flag should be removed completely, and commented, "In my view, this was no compromise. It was a deliberate affront to the African-Americans who see it as a sign of oppression and hate.".

Her favorite musical was The King and I (1956), from which came her favorite song, "Getting to Know You."

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