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8.)  She also received Oscar nominations for "Victor/Victoria"  and "The Sound of Music".

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9) Julie appeared with Carol Burnett in a TV special filmed at Carnegie Hall in 1962 . The much-lauded special received several Emmy Awards and was followed by two more TV specials starring the two friends.

 

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10.  Named Dame by Queen Elizabeth on December 31, 1999

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1. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a M.A. in English and later earned a doctorate in literature from Bradley University.

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2.) She and Debbie Reynolds were close friends and made at least three movies together.

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4) She was nominated for an Oscar as best supporting actress for Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte (1964)

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5.)  She attended Muskingum College in Ohio, which was founded by her uncle.

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7.  She was nominated for 10 Emmys.  Eight of those nominations were for her role as Endora on Bewitched.  She won in 1967 for The Wild Wild West.

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8.)  She was also nominated for an Oscar for  "Magnificent Ambersons",  "Mrs. Parkington",   and  "Johnny Belinda".

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9.  Was in The Twilight Zone episode "The Invaders."  She is the lone actor for most of the episode and never speaks beyond cries or grunts.

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10) Agnes played Jane Eyre's spiteful aunt in the 1943 movie version of the classic novel starring Joan Fontaine and Orson Welles.

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Carole Lombard

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2. At 12 was spotted playing baseball by a film director who signed her to a one year contract.  She made a film called A Perfect Crime (1921)

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3) Carole was a pioneering movie star who was not owned by a studio once she could call our own shots. She signed picture deals, just like stars do today. And she had her own personal cinematographer Ted Tetzlaff and costumer Travis Banton.

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4.In 1926 she was in a serious car accident that scarred the left side of her face.  She had plastic surgery to repair the damage.

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5) In 1934 Carole was engaged to Russ Columbo, a top radio singer, who unfortunately was killed in a freak gun accident.

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6.  Was nominated for Best Actress for her role in My Man Godfrey.  She lost to Luise Rainer in The Great Ziegfeld.

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7) As far as we know, Carole Lombard first met Clark Gable when they both co- starred in a pre-code film directed by Wesley Ruggles called "No Man of Her Own" in 1932.

Years later, the couple married in 1939.

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9) Carole was known as the Queen of the Screwball Comedy, however she was a fine dramatic actress in films like:

"In Name Only" with Cary Grant and "Vigil in the Night" with Brian Aherne.

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