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  1. Agnes Moorehead receives her Golden Mike Award in 1953 for Sorry, Wrong Number Rock Hudson, Jane Wyman, Agnes Moorehead, and Douglas Sirk on the set of All That Heaven Allows, 1955
  2. Thank you for that correction, I have edited my original post. ) I would welcome any replies as to the relationship, or lack thereof, between Agnes and Warner Brothers, outlined in the original post.
  3. Recently I was reading through the Lynn Kear Bio-Bibliography again, mostly the biography section, when something odd about Agnes' work for the various movie studios jumped out at me. Agnes was supposed to have signed a contract with Warners in late 1946 (having been under non-exclusive contract with MGM since late 1942, I believe). Agnes made four main pictures at Warners: 1) Dark Passage, released in 1947, 2) Johnny Belinda, released in 1948, 3) The Woman in White, also released in 1948, and 4) Caged, released in 1950. That's it. For the rest of her career, the only other picture Agnes e
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