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Lizabeth Scott Dead at 92: Film Noir Star & Elvis Presley Leading Lady

Lizabeth Scott dead at 92: Film noir star of the '40s and '50s Lizabeth Scott, a Paramount star in the 1940s usually cast as film noir heroines, died of congestive heart failure on Jan. 31, 2015, at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Scott, born (as Emma Matzo) on Sept. 29, 1922, was 92. (See also: Lizabeth Scott http://www.altfg.com/film/ann-blyth-lizabeth-scott/photo at recent The Strange Love of Martha Ivers screening.) Among the two dozen film featuring Lizabeth Scott – whose hair-style and husky line delivery were clearly inspired by Paramount's own Veronica Lake (along with Warner Bros.' Lauren Bacall) – were the following: John Farrow's You Came Along (1945), with Robert Cummings. Lewis Milestone's The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946), with […]


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Lizabeth Scott Dead at 92: Film Noir Star & Elvis Presley Leading Lady



Ann Blyth & Lizabeth Scott Today + Doris Day Honors James Cagney

Ann Blyth. Ann Blyth, who received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for the film noir Mildred Pierce (1945), is pictured above during a discussion following a screening of the Joan Crawford classic at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills on Monday, June 14, 2010. Mildred Pierce was shown as part of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' “Oscar Noir” series. In the movie, Blyth plays Mildred Pierce's conniving, selfish daughter. Crawford plays Mildred. A Universal contract player in the 1940s and an MGM contractee in the '50s, Blyth appeared in about three dozen movies from 1944 to 1957. In addition to Mildred Pierce, Blyth's other important movies include A Woman's Vengeance (1947), Brute Force (1947), Another […]


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Ann Blyth & Lizabeth Scott Today + Doris Day Honors James Cagney



Barbara Stanwyck Academy Celebration Photos

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences celebrated Barbara Stanwyck's centennial on Wednesday, May 16, at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. Participants included TCM host Robert Osborne, several Stanwyck co-stars, and assorted celebrities. Before the event, guests were treated to a reception featuring the Academy's new exhibition, “Presenting Miss Barbara Stanwyck: Film Posters of the Indomitable Lady, from the Mike Kaplan Collection,” which opened to the public on May 17. Photos: © A.M.P.A.S. Pat Crowley, who had a supporting role in the 1956 melodrama There's Always Tomorrow Lauren Hutton, Mike Kaplan, Seymour Cassel TCM host Robert Osborne and Nina Foch, who appeared in Executive Suite in 1954. Others in the cast were William Holden, June Allyson, Paul […]


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Barbara Stanwyck Academy Celebration Photos