Agnes Moorehead a bio-bibliography by Lynn Kear

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .

Written in English

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  • United States

Subjects:

  • Moorehead, Agnes, 1900-1974.,
  • Moorehead, Agnes, 1900-1974 -- Bibliography.,
  • Actors -- United States -- Biography.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementLynn Kear.
SeriesBio-bibliographies in the performing arts,, no. 36
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN2287.M698 K4 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 276 p. :
Number of Pages276
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1724391M
ISBN 100313281556
LC Control Number92028064

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out of 5 stars Agnes Moorehead says she is a /5(3). Agnes Robertson Moorehead: Nicknames: The Lavender Lady Aggie Madame Mauve Bobby: Height: 5' 4" ( m) Mini Agnes Moorehead book (1) Agnes was born of Anglo/Irish ancestry near Boston, the daughter of a Presbyterian minister (her mother was a mezzo-soprano) who encouraged her to perform in church pageants.

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Agnes Moorehead's name was on the list. Now it is nowhere to be found about this information. Is this true or not. Solangespa16 April (UTC). Original, studio-issued, 11” x 14”, 8 page pressbook for the horror film, “Dear Dead Delilah”, written and directed by John Farris (“The Fury”), and starring Agnes Moorehead (TV’s “Bewitched”), Will Geer (TV’s “The Waltons”) and Michael Ansara (“The Manitou”; TV’s “Broken Arrow”).Seller Rating: % positive.

Boze Hadleigh’s book Hollywood Lesbians (Barricade Books) slammed open the closet door on some of Hollywood’s most famous stars, including Barbara Stanwyck, Ann B. Davis, Agnes Moorehead.

The life of Agnes Moorehead was captivating and was my favorite book of The book became more than a book with the presence of such creative and powerful people such as Orson Welles and all those she worked with in radio, films, tv and on tour.

It was exciting to read of the early days of these mediums and how Agnes Moorehead was all a /5(34). At the dinner table Agnes would sometimes impersonate certain members of Pastor Moorehead’s congregation, such as the lady who led the choir or the young man who handed out hymn books, and her.

The Films of Agnes Moorehead is just that--a well-written, insightful and at times acerbic look at Moorehead's uneven film career. Moorehead was a character actress in most of her films, but (as the author astutely points out in his introduction) she is in many cases more well known today than some of the leads she supported (June Allyson, Alexis Smith, Laraine Day,Joseph Cotten, Dick Powell /5(11).

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Moorehead's deeply held religious beliefs and the many kindnesses she bestowed on others throughout her life.5/5(2). Secondly, Agnes wasn't even remotely single when she "fostered" Sean she was indeed married to Jack Lee and still very much a Mrs. Some newspapers place the adoption in January of Mansfield News Mansfield Ohio January 18th, Agnes Moorehead now has the final adoption papers on her two year old son.

Janu   For casual fans unaware of the full spectrum of the impact of Agnes Moorehead's career on radio, as a four time best supporting role Academy Awards nominee, an Emmy Award Winner as well as a Golden Globes winner, this book will serve as an excellent starting point to delve deeper/5(12).

Agnes Moorehead. Born December 6th Died April 30th Agnes Moorehead was an American Emmy Award-and Golden Globe winning actress who appeared in over 70 films and on dozens of. (My Travels with) Agnes Moorehead -- the Lavender Lady book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(6). Barricade Books, - Biography & Autobiography - pages 1 Review Interviews Sandy Dennis, Barbara Stanwyck, Marjorie Main, Nancy Kulp, Patsy Kelly, Agnes Moorehead, Edith Head, Judith Anderson, and others about life as a lesbian in the film industry during the so-called "Golden Age of 2/5(1).

The Bat is a classic. Although i had guessed almost from the start who was the 'Bat', that didn't make the movie less interesting. I found the relationship between Cornelia(Agnes Moorehead) and Lizzie (Lenite Lane) really unique and i liked the humor of this horror film as well.

Agnes Moorehead was a Sagittarius. And a lesbian, according to Paul Lynde, who said, Well, the whole world knows Agnes was a lesbian—I mean classy as hell, but one of the all-time Hollywood dykes.

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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number:   Agnes Moorehead, the actress, died yesterday in the Methodist Hospital in Rochester, Minn., where she had been under the care of Mayo Clinic physicians. She was 67 years old. This book is like the old Citadel Press Film Series books from the s.

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Agnes Moorehead — Agnes Robertson Moorehead (* 6. Dezember in Clinton, Massachusetts; † Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. This bio-bibliography provides an overview of the life and career of the noted actress Agnes Moorehead. A brief biography discusses her midwestern upbringing as well as her academic background and early struggles in.

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