Legendary actress, Jean Simmons, was born Jean Merilyn Simmons on Jan 31, 1929 in Crouch Hill, London. Simmons died at the age of 81 on Jan 22, 2010 in Santa Monica, CA and was cremated and her ashes scattered at her family home.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
Although Simmons was nominated for two Oscars, she never won a competitive Academy Award.
|1948||Best Supporting Actress||Hamlet (1948)||Ophelia||Nominated|
|1969||Best Actress||The Happy Ending (1969)||Mary Wilson||Nominated|
Jean Simmons's handprints and footprints were 'set in stone' at Grauman's Chinese Theater during imprint ceremony #105 on Sep 24, 1953.
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Three Enchanting Ladies Two days ago, January 31st, 2021, marked what would have been British actress ?s 92nd birthday. Along with the Three Enchanting Ladies (Grace Kelly, Ingrid Bergman and Audrey Hepburn), Jean has always among my top favourite actresses. Even though she never share... Read full article
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I don’t know if you ever saw a photo and then just became curious to know more about the person on it. It was someone you had never heard of before, but, now that you do, you have developed a devoted admiration for her. This is what happened to me and . I saw two photos of her in m... Read full article
The 90 Years of Blogathon is here!By Virginie Pronovost on Jan 29, 2019 From The Wonderful World of Cinema
Oh joy! After months waiting for this blogging event to arrive, we can now celebrate the lovely who would have been 90 years old next January 31. The blogathon honouring her starts today, January 29 and will end on the 31. To host, I’m joined by the wonderful Laura from Phyllis Lo... Read full article
90 YEARS OF BLOGATHON - Murder, She Wrote: Mirror, Mirror on the Wall (1989)on Jan 29, 2019 From Caftan Woman
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Sergeant Sarah Brown: I wouldn't know. I've never had a rundown.
Varinia: Please die, my love... die, die now my darling!
Diana: It's good to see you, Marcellus.
Marcellus Gallio: It's ah - good to see you - again.
Diana: Then you do remember me?
Marcellus Gallio: Ah - yes, of course. Let me see now, it was the - was the...
Diana: And your promise, have you forgotten that too?
Marcellus Gallio: What promise?
Diana: To marry me.
Marcellus Gallio: Was I drunk?
Diana: That's not very flattering, Marcellus.
Marcellus Gallio: Oh, I - I mean, if you'd tell me when I was supposed to have said this - the circumstances...
Diana: Oh, I remember them perfectly. I'd cut my finger, and I cried. And then you took the dagger and cut your own finger to show that it didn't really hurt, and then you kissed me, and I stopped crying - and then you promised to marry me when we grew up.
Marcellus Gallio: Dianna! Where have your freckles gone?
Diana: I lost them.
Marcellus Gallio: Oh, I loved every one of them.
Diana: Then I'm sorry I lost them.
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