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The Lovels of Arden

By: Mary Elizabeth Braddon

...orward with unwonted interest to the arrival of Lady Laura's sister, Lady Geraldine Challoner. To a girl who has never had a lover--to whom the whol... ...ef hints of Lady Laura's. And then, again, her sister described this Lady Geraldine as a peculiar person, with whom it was rather doubtful whether C... ...he morning's drive, and the afternoon's croquet, she thought more of Lady Geraldine than of the landscape or the game. Croquet was over--Clarissa ... .... But she has an unmistakable air of Bohemianism; looks like a third-rate actress, or dancer, in short; or perhaps an artist's model. I should not w... ...od of Holborough. There was trout, certainly, to be found in abundance in brooks, and a river within a walk of the town; and Mr. Fairfax might be pa...

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Geraldine Brooks (actress)

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...For the author of the same name, see Geraldine Brooks (writer) ... ...For the author of the same name, see Geraldine Brooks (writer) Geraldine ... ...s Brooks in 1962. ... ... Born Geraldine Stroock (1925-10-29)October 29, 1925 New Yo... ... Geraldine Brooks (born Geraldine Stroock; October 29, 1925 – June 19, 1977)... ... Geraldine Brooks (born Geraldine Stroock; October 29, 1925 – June 19, 1977) was an Am... ...(born Geraldine Stroock; October 29, 1925 – June 19, 1977) was an American actress whose three-decade career on stage as well as in films and on telev... ... as a showgirl with the Ziegfeld Follies. Her elder sister, Gloria, was an actress. Geraldine, who was named after Metropolitan Opera's most famous di... ...888 performances, closing over two years later, on May 18, 1946. The young actress, who was 18 when she was cast in this tuneful spoof of life in the ...

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The Lovels of Arden

By: Mary E. Braddon

...g forward with unwonted interest to the arrival of Lady Laura's sister, Lady Geraldine Challoner. To a girl who has never had a lover—to whom the whol... ...brief hints of Lady Laura's. And then, again, her sister described this Lady Geraldine as a peculiar person, with whom it was rather doubtful whether ... ...n the morning's drive, and the afternoon's croquet, she thought more of Lady Geraldine than of the landscape or the game. Croquet was over—Clarissa ha... ...her. But she has an unmistakable air of Bohemianism; looks like a third−rate actress, or dancer, in short; or perhaps an artist's model. I should not ... ...rhood of Holborough. There was trout, certainly, to be found in abundance in brooks, and a river within a walk of the town; and Mr. Fairfax might be p...

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Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play

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...The Tony Award for Best Lead Actress in a Play is an honor presented at the Tony Award s, a ceremony e... ... Antoinette Perry Awards for Excellence in Theatre. The award is given to actresses for quality leading roles in a Broadway play. Despite the awa... ...ry, and one three-way tie. Winners and nominees 1940s { Year Actress Play Character 1947 1st Tony Awards Ingrid B... ...eatrice Claudia McNeil A Raisin in the Sun Lena Younger Geraldine Page Sweet Bird of Youth Alexandra Del Lago Maureen... ... Awards Tammy Grimes Private Lives Amanda Prynne Geraldine Brooks Brightower Sara Brightower Helen Hayes H... ... Tammy Grimes Private Lives Amanda Prynne Geraldine Brooks Brightower Sara Brightower Helen Hayes Harvey ... ...atharine Hepburn The West Side Waltz Margaret Mary Elderdice Geraldine Page Agnes of God Mother Miriam Ruth Amanda Plummer...

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The Lovels of Arden

By: Mary Elizabeth Braddon

...orward with unwonted interest to the arrival of Lady Laura's sister, Lady Geraldine Challoner. To a girl who has never had a lover--to whom the whol... ...ef hints of Lady Laura's. And then, again, her sister described this Lady Geraldine as a peculiar person, with whom it was rather doubtful whether C... ...he morning's drive, and the afternoon's croquet, she thought more of Lady Geraldine than of the landscape or the game. Croquet was over--Clarissa ... .... But she has an unmistakable air of Bohemianism; looks like a third-rate actress, or dancer, in short; or perhaps an artist's model. I should not w... ...od of Holborough. There was trout, certainly, to be found in abundance in brooks, and a river within a walk of the town; and Mr. Fairfax might be pa...

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie

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...Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie ... ... Awarded for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie ... ...This is a list of winners of the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie and predecessor categories including Pri... ...Piper Laurie - Days of Wine and Roses Geraldine Page - Old Man Maureen Stapl... ...rmance: Julie Harris – Victoria Regina Geraldine Brooks - "Call Back Yesterday" episode of Bus Stop ... ...lie Harris – Victoria Regina Geraldine Brooks - "Call Back Yesterday" episode of Bus Stop ...

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Henry VIII and His Court

By: Louise Muhlbach

... meadows, far behind them the avenues leading through the woods, and over brooks and ditches, over meadows and wastes, Hector was dashing on. The... ...me which is our secret, and which no one knows besides us." "I name you Geraldine; and as Geraldine I will praise and laud you before all the worl... ...onfess that this dreadful illusion often tortures me almost to death. Oh, Geraldine, when I meet you elsewhere, when I observe the eye so icy and im... ...She herself opened the glass door, and pushed her lover out. "Farewell, Geraldine; good-night, my dear! Day comes, and I again greet you as my que... ...es; the queen alone remained uninterested and cold. "She is a complete actress," thought Henry Howard, in the madness of his pain. "Not a muscle ...

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Patricia Harmsworth, Viscountess Rothermere

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... Nationality British Occupation Actres... ... Viscountess Rothermere Spouse(s) Christopher John Brooks... ... Vere Harmsworth (1957-1992) Children (with Christopher Brooks... ... (with Christopher Brooks): Sarah Jane Brooks (born 1956) (with Vere Harmsworth): Gerald... ... Patricia Evelyn Beverley Matthews Harmsworth, Viscountess Rothermere (5 May 1933 – 12 August 1992) was an English socialite and actres... ...icia Evelyn Beverley Matthews Harmsworth, Viscountess Rothermere (5 May 1933 – 12 August 1992) was an English socialite and actress. As Beverly Brooks... ...en she was 23, she met Vere Harmsworth (aged 32), at a party. She soon divorced Captain Brooks and married Vere in 1957. She then gave birth to Gerald... ... Vere Harmsworth, 3rd Viscount Rothermere (21 March 1957 – 12 August 1992); one son and two daughters Gerald... ... Articles with hCards 1933 births 1992 deaths English film actres...

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Henry VIII and His Court

By: Louise Muhlbach

...e meadows, far behind them the avenues leading through the woods, and over brooks and ditches, over meadows and wastes, Hector was dashing on. Th... ... name which is our secret, and which no one knows besides us." "I name you Geraldine; and as Geraldine I will praise and laud you before all the wo... ... confess that this dreadful illusion often tortures me almost to death. Oh, Geraldine, when I meet you elsewhere, when I observe the eye so icy and ... ...." She herself opened the glass door, and pushed her lover out. "Farewell, Geraldine; good−night, my dear! Day comes, and I again greet you as my q... ... eyes; the queen alone remained uninterested and cold. "She is a complete actress," thought Henry Howard, in the madness of his pain. "Not a musc...

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Pamela Harmsworth, Viscountess Rothermere

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...ere (5 May 1933 – 12 August 1992) was an English socialite and actress . As Beverly Brooks, she appeared in several films, such as Reac... ...h; 12 August 1992) was an English socialite and actress . As Beverly Brooks, she appeared in several films, such as Reach for the Sky (1956)... ... France aged 59. Marriages She was married twice: Captain Christopher Brooks (2 June 1951-1957); one daughter Sarah Jane Brooks (born 1956) Vere... ...ount Rothermere (21 March 1957-12 August 1992); one son and two daughters Geraldine Theodora Gabriel Harmsworth (born 1957) Camilla Pamela Caroline H...

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Henry VIII and His Court

By: Louise Muhlbach

...e meadows, far behind them the avenues leading through the woods, and over brooks and ditches, over meadows and wastes, Hector was dashing on. The qu... ...name which is our secret, and which no one knows besides us." "I name you Geraldine; and as Geraldine I will praise and laud you before all the world... ...confess that this dreadful illusion often tortures me almost to death. Oh, Geraldine, when I meet you elsewhere, when I observe the eye so icy and imm... ... She herself opened the glass door, and pushed her lover out. "Farewell, Geraldine; good-night, my dear! Day comes, and I again greet you as my quee... ... eyes; the queen alone remained uninterested and cold. "She is a complete actress," thought Henry Howard, in the madness of his pain. "Not a muscle o...

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Sweet Bird of Youth (film)

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... Directed by Richard Brooks ... ...dro S. Berman Written by Richard Brooks ... ... Paul Newman Geraldine Page ... ... English Sweet Bird of Youth is a 1962 film starring Paul Newman, Geraldine Page, Shirley Knight, Madelei... ...ses on the relationship between a drifter and a faded movie star. The film was adapted and directed by Richard Brooks.[1][2][3] It... ... It won the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Ed Begley), and was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Geraldine Pa... ...y Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Ed Begley), and was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Geraldine Page) and Best Actress in a S... ...lays Films directed by Richard Brooks Films featuring a Best Drama Actress Golden Globe winning performanc...

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Nana the Miller's Daughter Captain Burle the Death of Olivier Bacaille

By: Emile Zola

...topsy-turvy by that big damsel's advent. Rose Mignon, his star, a comic actress of much subtlety and an adorable singer, was daily threatening to... ...bout it all! It had ended by his deciding to print the names of the two actresses in the same-sized type. But it wouldn't do to bother him. Whe... ...ad gone to the balcony. La Faloise, who was studying the photographs of actresses hung in frames alternating with the mirrors between the columns... ...enave. The latter nodded affirmatively. Before accepting the part of Geraldine, which he was offering her, Nana had been anxious to see the pi... ...ount's favor and hoped to be able to borrow from him. "And this part of Geraldine, what d'you thing of it?" continued Labordette. But Nana sat... ...r showed how the Duc de Beaurivage played his wife false with the blonde Geraldine, a comic-opera celebrity, the second act witnessed the Duchess ... ...to burst forth in crystalline fountains. The whispering voices of these brooks were so numerous and so loud that they drowned the song of the b... ...he fighting gladiators, while the springs, the fountains and the flowing brooks seemed to sob amid the panic of the country. Beneath the shed F...

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1985 New York Film Critics Circle Awards

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...am Hurt - Kiss of the Spider Woman Best Actress: Norma ... ...istoria oficial) Runners-up: Meryl Streep - Out of Africa and Geraldine Page - The Trip to Bountiful ... ... Woody Allen - The Purple Rose of Cairo Runner-up: Albert Brooks and Monica Johnson - Lost in America ... ...: John Gielgud - Plenty Best Supporting Actress: Anjeli... ... Best Actor Best Actress ...

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Nana the Miller's Daughter Captain Burle the Death of Olivier Bacaille

By: Emile Zola

...topsy-turvy by that big damsel's advent. Rose Mignon, his star, a comic actress of much subtlety and an adorable singer, was daily threatening to... ...bout it all! It had ended by his deciding to print the names of the two actresses in the same-sized type. But it wouldn't do to bother him. Whe... ...ad gone to the balcony. La Faloise, who was studying the photographs of actresses hung in frames alternating with the mirrors between the columns... ...enave. The latter nodded affirmatively. Before accepting the part of Geraldine, which he was offering her, Nana had been anxious to see the pi... ...ount's favor and hoped to be able to borrow from him. "And this part of Geraldine, what d'you thing of it?" continued Labordette. But Nana sat... ...r showed how the Duc de Beaurivage played his wife false with the blonde Geraldine, a comic-opera celebrity, the second act witnessed the Duchess ... ...to burst forth in crystalline fountains. The whispering voices of these brooks were so numerous and so loud that they drowned the song of the b... ...he fighting gladiators, while the springs, the fountains and the flowing brooks seemed to sob amid the panic of the country. Beneath the shed F...

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Kim Stanley

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... Kim Stanley (February 11, 1925 – August 20, 2001) was an American actress, primarily in television and theatre, but with occasional film ... ...3) and Bus Stop (1955). Stanley was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for her roles in A Touch of the Poet (1959) and A... ...on (1964), for which she won the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress . Sh... ...ith only a few film roles. She was singled out by The New York Times critic Brooks Atkinson for her early work. She eventually attended the Actors... ...le of Masha, and is the only time one can see her perform in a film alongside Geraldine Page, Sandy Dennis, Shelley Winters and other well-known n... ...our marriages ending in divorce. She had three children, one by Conway, one by Brooks Clift (brother of Montgomery Clift ) while she was married to C...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 3

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...lay, "The Servant in the House," is one in which her admirable qualities as an actress are shown to advantage. This might well be presupposed from the... ...raise the art of this English- woman. She has all the requirements for a great actress, and has developed them to the highest degree. Every character ... ...ovinces digs up the fact that she once played Juliet. How many exquisite young actresses have gone that road and how many more are going that way dail... ...seminate an appreciation of Beethoven, and Mrs. Pushbutton's princess gown and Geraldine Farrar hair, cause her no end of heart-aches. Mr. Brady has h... ...des in D minor, Chaminade; and Finale from Sonata, Op. 22, Picetti. Mr. Murray Brooks, who has a lovely tenor voice, sang AUitsen's "Song of Thanksgiv... ..., "The Girl of the Golden West," which Puccini is writing. The heroine will be Geraldine Farrar. With such a successful play to start with, and such s... ...s : NORDHEIMER PIANO GO. appeared with the New York Symphony this season, Miss Geraldine Farrar of the Metropolitan Opera, the yomig American prima do... ...that they take on a genuine consis- tency. In the case of one of these, Joseph Brooks, who is in the end revealed as a despicable and selfish hoimd, t... ...thy for him in the earlier part of the drama. The central scene, that in which Brooks' wife goes, by her defaulting husband's command to the den of an...

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List of American film actresses

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... This is an alphabetical list of notable American film actresses. It contains both actresses born American and those... ...series, and are therefore included in both this list and the list of American television actresses. Key to entries: ... ...rick 1959 Jayne Brook 1960 Geraldine Brooks 1925–1977 Lou... ... Jayne Brook 1960 Geraldine Brooks 1925–1977 Louise Brooks... ... Genevieve Padalecki 1981 Geraldine Page 1924–1987 Janis... ... External links Most popular American actresses on WorldHeritage, with user comments on traffic jum...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 2

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...ar- quini proved herself to be a dramatic so- prano of power and a capable actress. The Intermezzowas given amore refined render- ing than on the occa... ...tant parts. Everywhere the glee singing shared the honors with that gifted actress, Edith Wynne Matthison, one New York critic going so far as to say:... ... Edith Wynne Matthison, one New York critic going so far as to say: "Great actressts we have heard before, but never such won- derful Shakespearean gl... ...y touches being that the part had been first assigned to, and sung by Miss Geraldine Farrar. This latter singer has to leave Berlin to fulfill an enga... ...erica. Previous to her return to New York this season, it was rumored that Geraldine Farrar, the American soprano of the Me- tropolitan Opera, was eng... ...Marcella Sembrich. MADAME BUTTERFLY (Puccini)—Duet of the Flowers, sung by Geraldine Farrar and Louise Homer. THE CLOWNS (Leoncaua^/o)—Prologue, sung ... ... bearing the complaints of a meddlesome mother and impudent sister. Joseph Brooks, the husband, really a worthless egotistical, incapable man, forms a... ...ic trader with a bad reputation withwomen and men learns of his thefts and Brooks stands in the shadow of the jail. Brooks is desperate and suggests t... ...ome unkind things about hubby and cancels the debt. Upon her re- turn home Brooks gets further into the mire by demanding to know what took place in W...

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Vere Harmsworth, 3rd Viscount Rothermere

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...publican in an interview. Family life On 21 March 1957 Rothermere married actress Patricia Brooks They had three children: Geraldine Theodora Gabriel... ...terview. Family life On 21 March 1957 Rothermere married actress Patricia Brooks They had three children: Geraldine Theodora Gabriel Harmsworth (born... ...h 1957 Rothermere married actress Patricia Brooks They had three children: Geraldine Theodora Gabriel Harmsworth (born 25 July 1957)Camilla Patricia C...

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The National Endowment for the Arts

By: Bill Ivey

...–70) Jocelyn Levi Straus (1988–96) William E. Strickland, Jr. (1991–97) Geraldine Stutz (1976–82) James Johnson Sweeney (1965–68)* Billy Taylor (... ...ue de Menil Helen Hayes Martin Friedman Dancer, Choreographer Arts Patron Actress Museum Director Hallmark Cards, Inc. Agnes de Mille Gordon Parks L... ...son Eva Le Gallienne Dancer, Choreographer Vladimir Horowitz Sculptress Actress, Author Rudolf Serkin (posthumous award) Pianist Pianist Georgia ... ...ctor Southeastern Bell Corporation Corporate Arts Patron Jessica Tandy Actress 1991 Maurice Abravanel Music Director, Conductor Roy Acuff Co... ...nal Medal of Arts continued 1995 Licia Albanese Opera Singer Gwendolyn Brooks Poet Gerald and Iris Cantor Arts Patrons Ossie Davis Actor Rub...

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Converts to Judaism

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... Fumiko Kometani G Geraldine Brooks (writer) H ... ... Fumiko Kometani G Geraldine Brooks (writer) H ... ...erry Jeff Newman (baseball) Jill Bennett (American actress) Jim Croce Joan Lunden Joe Horl... ... Fumiko Kometani G Geraldine Brooks (writer) H ... ... Fumiko Kometani G Geraldine Brooks (writer) H ... ...erry Jeff Newman (baseball) Jill Bennett (American actress) Jim Croce Joan Lunden Joe Horl...

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The Poems of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

By: Samuel Taylor Coleridge

...ht in thy parent’s eye we mark’d the tear; Methought he said, ‘‘Thou art no Actress here! A semblance of thyself the Grecian dame, And Brunton an... ... his slant beam on unobeying snows, While yet the stern and solitary Night Brooks no alternate sway, the Boreal Morn With mimic lustre substitutes ... ... thus pursue her answer meet: — My sire is of a noble line, And my name is Geraldine: Five warriors seized me yestermorn, Me, even me, a maid forl... ...maid to flee. Then Christabel stretched forth her hand, And comforted fair Geraldine: O well, bright dame! may you command The service of Sir Leol... ...irgin all divine Who hath rescued thee from thy distress! Alas, alas! said Geraldine, I cannot speak for weariness. So free from danger, free from...

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List of people from California

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...hotographer Rick Adelman – NBA head coach ( Houston Rockets ) Jessica Alba – actress, model Helen Andelin – author ( Fascinating Womanhood ) Meliss... ...odel Helen Andelin – author ( Fascinating Womanhood ) Melissa Sue Anderson – actress Jennifer Aniston – actress ( Friends ) Ariane Andrew – profes... ...onal wrestler/Valet for World Wrestling Entertainment Christina Applegate – actress Jon Appleton – composer Eve Arden – actress Billie Joe Armstr... ...dges – actor ( Sea Hunt, Airplane! ) Adam Brody – actor ( The O.C. ) Albert Brooks – actor and director ( Lost in America ) Josh Brolin actor ( N... ...alternative band Bad Religion – punk band Concrete Blonde – alternative band Geraldine Fibbers – alternative band Oingo Boingo – new wave band Sui...

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The Titan

By: Theodore Dreiser

...ver mind, Aileen," commented Cowperwood, with that iron determination that brooks no defeat. "We will be a part of this. Don't fret. You will have eve... ...intessence of convention that was desired. The idea of introducing a "play actress," for instance, as was done occasionally in the East or in London--... ...nor elements as they could scrape an acquaintance with--passing actors and actresses, to whom occasionally they could give a dinner; artists and singe... ...dale, Toma Lewis, Hilda Jewell; but they shall be names merely. One was an actress, one a stenographer, one the daughter of one of his stock patrons, ... ...tion, and received it. Shortly after, at the coming-out party of a certain Geraldine Borga, Berenice, who had been her sister's schoolmate, was curiou...

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Pandora Clifford

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... London, England Occupation Actress ... ... Agatha Christie's Poirot... Sheila Maitland (dir Tom Clegg) The Bill... Geraldine Hobart (dir Jo Johnson,... ... Louise (dir Ray Kilby, New End Theatre, Hampstead, London) The Ones That Flutter... Rachel Brooks (dir Abbey Wright, Theatre... ...ith unsourced statements from July 2011 Living people British television actresses A...

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The Titan

By: Theodore Dreiser

...ver mind, Aileen," commented Cowperwood, with that iron determination that brooks no defeat. "We will be a part of this. Don't fret. You will ha... ...tessence of convention that was desired. The idea of introducing a "play actress," for instance, as was done occasionally in the East or in Lond... ...nor elements as they could scrape an acquaintance with−−passing actors and actresses, to whom occasionally they could give a dinner; artists and s... ...ale, Toma Lewis, Hilda Jewell; but they shall be names merely. One was an actress, one a stenographer, one the daughter of one of his stock patro... ...ion, and received it. Shortly after, at the coming−out party of a certain Geraldine Borga, Berenice, who had been her sister's schoolmate, was cu...

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List of female movie actors by name: B

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...terms actor or female actor are often used in place of the more widespread actress. Cont... ... Hillary Brooke (1914–1999) Elisabeth Brooks (1951–1997) Geraldine Brooks (1925–1977) ... ... Elisabeth Brooks (1951–1997) Geraldine Brooks (1925–1977) Leslie Brooks (1922-2... ... Geraldine Brooks (1925–1977) Leslie Brooks (1922-2011) Louise Brooks (1906–1985) ...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 4

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...Mme. Bertossi and Mile. Almeri with Miss G. Strauss, an exceptionally gifted actress with an exquisite mezzo-soprano voice, won the plaudits of their ... ... applied to her singing of ballads by Burming, Spross and Spence. Mr. Murray Brooks' clear and penetrating tenor was heard in a duet with Miss Perlej'... ...f Tetrazzini, but is, I find, the general opinion of the best critics. As an actress she is realistic and ex- ceedingly tragic in supreme climaxes. "M... ...wned Rubinstein Club, the soloists for which next season will be Eva Mylott, Geraldine Farrer, Jeanne Jomelli, Isabel Boulton, Frieda Langendorf and A... ...o or three decades at least part of the permanent repertory of the emotional actress and achieve a position similar to "La Dame Aux Camelias," "Frou F...

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Sweet Bird of Youth

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... Theatre in New York City. Directed by Elia Kazan, it starred Paul Newman, Geraldine Page, Sidney Blackmer, Madeleine Sherwood, Diana Hyland, Logan Ra... ...small role. The production was nominated for 4 Tony Awards, including Best Actress for Geraldine Page. The play ran for 375 performances. ... ...The production was nominated for 4 Tony Awards, including Best Actress for Geraldine Page. The play ran for 375 performances. A re... ...rth as Princess Kosmonopolis. Irene Worth won the 1976 Tony Award for Best Actress. A production was planned to open in 2011 with ... ... In 1962, the play was made into a feature film starring Paul Newman, Geraldine Page, Shirley Knight, Madeleine Sherwood, Ed Begley, Rip Torn and... ...ip Torn and Mildred Dunnock. The movie was adapted and directed by Richard Brooks.[4][5] 1989 Made-for television version ...

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Music lovers' cyclopedia : containing a pronouncing and defining dictionary of terms, instruments, &c., including a key to the pronunciation of sixteen languages; many charts; an explanation of the construction of music for the uninitiated; a pronouncing

By: Hughes, Rupert, 1872-1956

..., and decorated with cross of Legion of Honour. He m. Henrietta Smith- son, an Irish actress who made a sen- sation in Paris in Shakespearian roles, b... ...tersburg, 1840; wife (since 1862) of above; pupil of Liszt ; composed 3 operas, etc. Brooks, Walter M., b. Birmingham, March 19, 1861 ; pupil of King ... ... in oj reformation. Calve" (kal-va), Emma (de Roque b. Madrid, 1864 ; eminent operat actress and soprano ; pupil of Ml chesi and Pugets ; 1882, debut ... ... composer. (2) (Simons- Candeille) Ame'lie Julie, Paris, 1767 1834 ; operatic sopr., actress, and composer ; daughter of above ; lived in Paris as tea... ... 1907. Brambach, Joseph, d. Bonn, June 19, 1902. Brinsmead, Edgar, d. Nov. 28, 1907. Brooks, Walter M., d. Mar. 14, 1907. Bruch, Max, d. Vienna, Sept.... ...e King's Son Hermann Jadlowker, ten. DIE GAENSEMAGD (ggn'-zg-makht), The Goose-girl, Geraldine Farrar, sopr. DER SPIELMANN (shpel'-man), The Fiddler O...

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Shirley MacLaine

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... Occupation Actress, singer, dancer, author, activist ... ...ssionally as Shirley MacLaine, is an American film, television and theater actress, singer, dancer, activist and author. She has won an Academy Award,... ...fter she graduated, she returned and within a year became an understudy to actress Carol Haney in The Pajama Game; Haney broke her ankle, and MacLaine... ...e for Jack Nicholson and three for director-screenwriter-producer James L. Brooks. In 1988, MacLaine won a Golden Globe for Best Actress (Drama) for M... ...ge spirituality has also made its way into several of her films. In Albert Brooks's romantic comedy Defending Your Life (1991), the recently deceased ... ...fending Your Life (1991), the recently deceased lead characters, played by Brooks and Meryl Streep, are astonished to find MacLaine introducing their ... ... Geraldine Page (1985) ... ... Geraldine Page (1961) ... ... Geraldine Page (1962) ...

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The Home Book of Verse, Volume 4

By: Burton Egbert Stevenson

... tremble when they come Pit−a−pat: This palpitation means These Boots are Geraldine's − Think of that! O, where did hunter win So delicate a ski... ...V4 MY MISTRESS'S BOOTS 25 Would positively flinch From venturing to pinch Geraldine's. Cinderella's lefts and rights To Geraldine's were frights:... ...and I'll Put them on. Frederick Locker−Lampson [1821−1895] A GARDEN LYRIC Geraldine And I Dite, Damasippe, deaeque Verum ob consilium donent tons... ...s would do on Nell. Life−like forms in thee are sought, Such the forms the actress wrought; Truth unfailing rests in you, Nell, whate'er she was, ... ...Peeress had to wear it so! Ah, my beloved, try each Style you meet; To−day brooks no loose ends, you must be neat. Tomorrow! why tomorrow you may b...

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Dan August

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... Janice Rule, Alexandra Hay, Norman Alden, Joan Van Ark, Bradford Dillman, Geraldine Brooks, Donna Mills, Victor French, Richard Basehart, Sherry Lans... ...le, Alexandra Hay, Norman Alden, Joan Van Ark, Bradford Dillman, Geraldine Brooks, Donna Mills, Victor French, Richard Basehart, Sherry Lansing, Monte... ...d the Bandit films and the public's fascination with his private life with actress Sally Field. Subsequently, another television film, editing togethe... ... and the Mini-Series 1964-1986. Page 190. ^ Brooks, Tim and Marsh, Earle. The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network ... ... Janice Rule, Alexandra Hay, Norman Alden, Joan Van Ark, Bradford Dillman, Geraldine Brooks, Donna Mills, Victor French, Richard Basehart, Sherry Lans... ...le, Alexandra Hay, Norman Alden, Joan Van Ark, Bradford Dillman, Geraldine Brooks, Donna Mills, Victor French, Richard Basehart, Sherry Lansing, Monte... ...d the Bandit films and the public's fascination with his private life with actress Sally Field. Subsequently, another television film, editing togethe...

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The Home Book of Verse, Volume 4

By: Burton Egbert Stevenson

...when they come Pit-a-pat: This palpitation means These Boots are Geraldine's - Think of that! O, where did hunter win So delica... ...ase Mandarins, Would positively flinch From venturing to pinch Geraldine's. Cinderella's lefts and rights To Geraldine's were fr... .... Frederick Locker-Lampson [1821-1895] A GARDEN LYRIC Geraldine And I Dite, Damasippe, deaeque Verum ob consilium done... ... on Nell. Life-like forms in thee are sought, Such the forms the actress wrought; Truth unfailing rests in you, Nell, whate'er she was... ...d to wear it so! Ah, my beloved, try each Style you meet; To-day brooks no loose ends, you must be neat. Tomorrow! why tomorrow you may b...

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List of show business families

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...ver Actor Don Adams was the father of actress Cecily Adams and Stacey Adams.[1][2] Cecily's widower is actor Jim ... ...own by his stage name of Meat Loaf, is the father of singer Pearl Aday and actress Amanda Aday. Affleck ... ... Actor/director/writer/producer Ben Affleck is married to actress Jennifer Garner. His younger brother is fellow actor Casey Affleck,... ...rmerly married to actress Diane Lane. Brooks-Bancroft Hollywood multihyphena... ...Bancroft Hollywood multihyphenate Mel Brooks and his wife, actress Anne Bancroft, are the parents of author Max B... ...rother of actor Sydney Chaplin and the father of actors Sydney Chaplin and Geraldine Chaplin. His granddaughter is actress Oona Chaplin. ... ... The son of theatre director Hugh Cruttwell and actress Geraldine McEwan is screenwriter/producer Greg Cruttwell. ... ...therine Moennig. Parke-Leeds-Einstein-Brooks Comedian Harry Parke, real name...

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The Home Book of Verse, Volume 4

By: Burton Stevenson

...remble when they come Pit-a-pat: This palpitation means These Boots are Geraldine's - Think of that! O, where did hunter win So delicate a skin ... ...s to please Mandarins, Would positively flinch From venturing to pinch Geraldine's. Cinderella's lefts and rights To Geraldine's were frights: ... ...d I'll Put them on. Frederick Locker-Lampson [1821-1895] A GARDEN LYRIC Geraldine And I Dite, Damasippe, deaeque Verum ob consilium donent tonsor... ...would do on Nell. Life-like forms in thee are sought, Such the forms the actress wrought; Truth unfailing rests in you, Nell, whate'er she was, wa... ...eress had to wear it so! Ah, my beloved, try each Style you meet; To-day brooks no loose ends, you must be neat. Tomorrow! why tomorrow you may be ...

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Grayson Hall

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...8, 1922 – August 7, 1985) was an American television, film and stage actress. She was widely regarded for her avant garde theatrical performance... ...in Long Island in 1942. In 1946, she married fellow actor Ted (Bradbart) Brooks in Los Angeles. They separated in 1949 and Shirley returned to New... ... She was nominated for an Academy Award in the category of Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Judith Fellowes, a latent lesbian vocal inst... ...S Broadway premiere of The Suicide with Derek Jacobi and appeared opposite Geraldine Page, Carrie Nye and Madeline Sherwood in an Off-Broadway revival... ... the Iguana Judith Fellowes Nominated: Academy Award for Best Supporting ActressNominated: Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion P...

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Copyright Renewals 1957

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...The little boy of Nazareth. © 15Feb30; A20321. Virginia Bonser Brooks (C); 18Mar57; R188491. BOOKHOUSE FOR CHILDREN. My book ... ...© 17Jun29; A9774. Laura Lou Brookman (A); 7May57; R191475 BROOKS, CYRUS, tr. Judge and fool. SEE Jabotinsky, Altalena Vlad... ... Rhelnbaben Rochus Albrecht Kreuzwendedich, Freiherr von. BROOKS, VIRGINIA BONSER. The little boy of Nazareth. SEE Bonser, ... .... Lydia G. Wade (NK); 6Jun57; R193025. WAGENKNECHT, EDWARD. Geraldine Farrar: an authorized record of her career. © 1May29;... ... 9Sep57; R198790. ARMSTRONG, APRIL OURSLER. About the murder of Geraldine Foster. SEE Oursler, Fulton. The great Jasper. SEE Ou... ..., Henry Wynans. BALABER, HELEN OURSLER. About the murder of Geraldine Foster. SEE Oursler, Pulton. The great Jasper. SEE Ou... ...tion Bureau (PWH); 20Dec57; R204459. Carrie becomes an amateur actress © 1Feb30; AA66929. Wetmore Declamation Bureau (PWH); ... ...r makes a cake. SEE Alexander, Ruth. Carrie becomes an amateur actress . SEE George, Charles. Don't tell me no gossip; I won't...

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Possessed (1947 film)

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...story by Rita Weiman. Possessed received one Academy Award nomination for Best Actress (Crawford). Plot A woman is found wandering Los Angeles, unab... ...d as Louise Howell Van Heflin as David Sutton Raymond Massey as Dean Graham Geraldine Brooks as Carol GrahamStanley Ridges as Dr. WillardJohn Ridg... ...se Howell Van Heflin as David Sutton Raymond Massey as Dean Graham Geraldine Brooks as Carol GrahamStanley Ridges as Dr. WillardJohn Ridgely as Chi... ...erformance as a frustrated woman ridden into madness by a guilt-obsessed mind. Actress has a self-assurance that permits her to completely dominate th... ...l characteristic of film noir .". Accolades Nomination Academy Award : Best Actress, Joan Crawford; 1947.* Possessed informational site and DVD ...

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