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Terrence1, May 21, 2014
Next: Jeff Chandler
1. Birth name: Ira Grossel
2. He had prematurely grey hair.
3. He died from blood poisoning following surgery at age 42.
4.) His only Oscar nomination was for "Broken Arrow".
5. Played "Cochise" in "Broken Arrow" and went on to play that same character in two sequels.
6.) The majority of his films were for Universal.
7) Esther Williams garnered some attention for her 1999 autobiography "Million Dollar Mermaid" when she claimed that Jeff Chandler, whom she dated, was a cross-dresser. She reportedly told him, "Jeff, you're too big for polka dots." Friends of Chandler, including Jane Russell, disputed the story.
8.) He composed and sang the title song from "Foxfire".
9) Played Philip Boynton on the radio show "Our Miss Brooks"
10.) Universal made many movies starring actresses a little past their prime, and they usually starred with Jeff Chandler. These actresses include Joan Crawford, Jane Russell, and Lana Turner.
Next: June Haver
1. Born Beverly June Stovenour
2.) Married to Fred MacMurray.
3. Was a band singer.
4. Nicknamed "The Pocket Grable"
5.) Although under contract with 20th Century-Fox, two of her best musicals were made at Warner Bros.
6. Joined a convent in Kansas to become a nun. She became ill, left the convent, and married Fred MacMurray the following year.
7). Joined the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences at the age of 75.
8. Made her last movie in 1953, "The Girl Next Door"
9.) When she was first signed by the studio, she was being groomed as a possible replacement for Betty Grable.
10) She appeared in "The Lucy Desi Comedy Hour" with her husband Fred MacMurray.
1. Maggie Smith has been nominated 6 times for Oscars. She won for Best Actress in 1970 and Best Supporting Actress in 1979.
2. She played Professor Minerva McGonagall in the Harry Potter series
3. Married twice: Robert Stevens (1967-1975) divorced and Beverley Cross (1975-1998) until his death.
4) Maggie is the star of the TV miniseries and movie " Downton Abbey ".
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