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Grace Kelly - Screen Credits - Television Appearances and Filmography
... Wells —————adapted from novel by Sinclair Lewis directed by Delbert Mann Ripley's Believe It or Not (NBC) January 11 "The Voice of Obsession" season 2 ... Nell Harrison —————by Virginia Douglas Dawson adapted by Worthington Miner and Matthew E ... Fourteen Hours (TCF) first screening March 6 first feature film Paul Douglas, Richard Basehart, Barbara Bel Geddes, Debra Paget, Agnes Moorehead, Robert Keith, Howard Da Silva, Jeffrey Hunter, Martin Gabel, Grace ...
1956 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1956
... Payne Hollywood or Bust, starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, with Anita Ekberg, in the final Martin and Lewis film Hot Blood, starring Jane Russell and Cornel Wilde The Hunchback of Notre Dame, starring ... The Indian Fighter, starring Kirk Douglas and Walter Matthau Invasion of the Body Snatchers, directed by Don Siegel, starring Kevin McCarthy Invitation to the ... Over-Exposed, starring Cleo Moore Pardners, starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Patterns, starring Van Heflin and Ed Begley Pillars of the Sky, starring Jeff Chandler and Dorothy Malone Please Murder Me ...
Lewis Williams Douglas - Electoral History
... district 1926-1932 results Year Democrat Votes Pct Republican Votes Pct 1926 Lewis Douglas 43,725 64% Otis J ... Baughn 24,502 36% 1928 Lewis Douglas Guy Axline 1930 Lewis Douglas 52,343 100% None 0 0% 1932 Lewis Douglas 75,469 72% H ...

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