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Lee Patrick

Lee Patrick


Birthdate: November 22, 1901

Deathdate: November 21, 1982

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Lee Patrick (November 22, 1901 – November 21, 1982) was an American theater and film actress. Description above from the Wikipedia article Lee Patrick (actress), licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ...detailed bio

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The Black Bird (1975)

When San Francisco private detective Sam Spade dies, his son, Sam Spade Jr. inherits his father's agency, including the sarcastic secretary, Effie Perine (also known as "Godzilla"). He must also continue his father's tradition of "serving minorities." When Caspar Gutman is killed outside Spade's ...
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7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964)

It is the dawn of the 20th century, and an elderly Chinese man rides a jackass into Abalone, Arizona, his only visible possession a fishbowl occupied by an innocuous-looking fish. This magical visitor, Dr. Lao (Tony Randall), visits Edward Cunningham's (John Ericson) newspaper and places a large ...
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Summer and Smoke (1961)

Summer and Smoke is a 1961 American film directed by Peter Glenville based on the Tennessee Williams play of the same name. The film starred Laurence Harvey and Geraldine Page with Rita Moreno, Una Merkel, John McIntire, Thomas Gomez, Pamela Tiffin, Malcolm Atterbury, Lee Patrick and Earl Hollima...
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Visit to a Small Planet (1960)

Kreton (Jerry Lewis) is an alien from outer space who is fascinated by human beings. Against the wishes of his teacher, he repeatedly visits Earth. During his latest visit, his teacher reluctantly agrees to allow him to stay and study the humans. He becomes friends with a suburban family and stay...
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Pillow Talk (1959)

Jan Morrow (Doris Day) is a successful, content, self-reliant interior decorator who lives in New York City. She lives alone and claims to be quite happy, when questioned on that subject by her drunken housekeeper, Alma (Thelma Ritter). Due to the state of the telephone company's development, she...
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Vertigo (1958)

After a rooftop chase in which his latent acrophobia results in the death of a police officer, San Francisco detective John "Scottie" Ferguson (James Stewart) retires, spending much of his time with his ex-fiancée Midge Wood (Barbara Bel Geddes). Scottie tries to gradually conquer his fear but Mi...
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Auntie Mame (1958)

Patrick Dennis (Jan Handzlik and Roger Smith), orphaned in 1928 when his father unexpectedly dies, is placed in the care of Mame Dennis (Rosalind Russell), his father's sister, who lives on Beekman Place in Manhattan. Mame is a flamboyant, exuberant woman, who hosts frequent parties with eclectic...
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There's No Business Like Show Business (1954)

In 1919, Terrance (Dan Dailey) and Molly (Ethel Merman) Donahue, a husband-and-wife vaudeville team known as the Donahues, pursue both a stable family life as well as success with their rendition of Midnight Train to Alabam. The kids Steve, (Johnnie Ray) Katy, (Mitzi Gaynor) and Tim (Donald O'Con...
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Tomorrow is Another Day (1951)

Convicted of murder at age 13, Bill Clark is freed after 18 years behind bars. He meets a taxi dancer, Catherine Higgins, but when her New York City police detective boyfriend George Conover catches them together, Bill is knocked out. When he awakens, Conover has been shot. Bill knows the cops wi...
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The Lawless (1950)

California fruit picker Paul Rodriguez hopes to someday have a farm of his own. When his friend Lopo Chavez has a car accident, he is insulted with a racial slur by Joe Ferguson, a passenger in the other car. Joe's father disapproves of this bigotry. Lopo visits his friend Sunny Garcia, whose fam...
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Caged (1950)

A married 19-year-old (played by Eleanor Parker) named Marie Allen is sent to prison, after a botched armed robbery attempt with her equally young husband, Tom (who is killed). While receiving her prison physical, she finds out that she is two months pregnant. Despite the hardships she is put thr...
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The Snake Pit (1948)

Virginia Cunningham (Olivia de Havilland) is an apparently schizophrenic inmate at a mental institution called the Juniper Hill State Hospital. She hears voices and seems so out of touch with reality that she doesn’t recognize her husband Robert (Mark Stevens). Dr. “Kik” (Leo Genn) works with he...
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Inner Sanctum (1948)

Inner Sanctum is a movie about a murderer who is on the lam and hiding out in a small town. Unbeknownst to him, he is not only hiding in the same boarding house as the only witness to his crime, he is sharing the same room.
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The Walls Came Tumbling Down (1946)

A PI investigates a priest's murder.
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Over 21 (1945)

At the New York Bulletin newspaper, its owner, Robert Drexel Gow, receives a teletype story that the newspaper’s thirty-nine-year-old editor, Max Wharton, is resigning to enlist in the army. Robert is livid, both at the news and the method that he found out about the news. There is a second story...
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Mildred Pierce (1945)

While the novel is told by a third-person narrator in strict chronological order, the film uses voice-over narration (the voice of Mildred). The story is framed by the questioning of Mildred by police after they discover the body of her second husband, Monte Beragon. The film, in noir fashion, o...
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Mrs. Parkington (1944)

Susie Parkington, an elderly society matron, is surrounded by her many relatives at her stately home at Christmastime, with the exception of her beloved great-granddaughter Jane. When Jane does appear she informs her great-grandmother that she plans to elope with Ned Talbot, her father's employee...
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Jitterbugs (1943)

The plot involves the team as a travelling two-man band selling "gas pills" in gas-short, wartime America.
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George Washington Slept Here (1942)

Bill and Connie Fuller are New Yorkers who purchase a dilapidated farmhouse where, according to rumors, George Washington spent the night.
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Now, Voyager (1942)

Charlotte Vale (Bette Davis) is an unattractive, overweight, repressed spinster whose life is dominated by her dictatorial mother (Gladys Cooper), an aristocratic Boston dowager whose verbal and emotional abuse of her daughter has contributed to the woman's complete lack of self-confidence. Feari...