American Actor

George Reeves

  • Jan 05, 1914 - Jun 16, 1959 (age 45)
  • 6' 1" (1.85 m)
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2005
TV Land Most "Out Of This World" Character Award
Nomination2005

TV Land Most "Out Of This World" Chara…

Nominated for "Adventures of Superman".
2003
TV Land Superest Super Hero Award
Nomination2003

TV Land Superest Super Hero Award

Nominated for "Adventures of Superman".
1959
George Reeves
PersonalJune 1959

George Reeves

George Reeves passed away.
1956
Westward Ho the Wagons!
MovieDec 20, 1956

Westward Ho the Wagons!

Wagon master James …
Wagon master James Stephen leads a wagon train of settlers, including his wife and children, across the vast plains. Prominent among the settlers is Doc Grayson, who though not really a doctor provides what medical care he can to the travelers. The wagon train is beset by Pawnees, determined to make off with the horses. A later encounter with presumably friendly Sioux takes a dark turn when the son of the chief appears to be dying, and only Doc Grayson can help.
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1953
Forever Female
MovieNov 28, 1953

Forever Female

Playwright Stanley Krown has a terrific new play. It's got a …
Playwright Stanley Krown has a terrific new play. It's got a great part for reigning Broadway star Beatrice Page, and a young actress named Sally Carver will do just about anything to get the ingénue lead. The problem is that Beatrice doesn't want the great role written for her. She wants the ingénue role, something she could have played wonderfully -- when she was twenty years younger.
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The Blue Gardenia
MovieMar 20, 1953

The Blue Gardenia

In Los Angeles, on the day of her birthday, the telephone …
In Los Angeles, on the day of her birthday, the telephone operator Norah Larkin decides to celebrate dining alone at home, with the picture of her beloved fiancé, a soldier overseas, and reading his last letter to her. In the letter he tells her that he met an Army nurse stationed in Japan and plans to marry her. Norah, completely upset, accepts to blind date the Don Juan and photographer of calendar girls Harry Prebble. They go to the Blue Gardenia Club, and Norah drinks six strong cocktails Polynesian Pearl Divers and gets completely drunk. Harry takes her to his apartment and tries to force Norah to have sex, and she uses a poker to hit Harry on the head. On the next morning, she wakes-up in her apartment with her two roommates, but she can not remember what happened. When she reads the newspaper, she finds that Harry is dead and the police has her handkerchief, her high heels and her blue gardenia and is chasing the woman that killed the famous wolf Harry. When she reads in the newspaper that the journalist Casey Mayo is offering his support, exchanging per an exclusive interview, Norah decides to call him.
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1951
Toni Mannix
Relationship1951

Toni Mannix

Toni Mannix (born Camille Bernice Froomess; February 19, …
Toni Mannix (born Camille Bernice Froomess; February 19, 1906 – September 2, 1983) was an American actress and dancer in the early talkies. She became notorious for an extramarital relationship with actor George Reeves during her marriage to MGM studio head Eddie Mannix, who himself had previously been having an affair with her.
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1940
Ellanora Needles
MarriageSeptember 1940

Ellanora Needles

American actress, primarily on the stage, who played a few …
American actress, primarily on the stage, who played a few small roles in films. Born Ellanora Robinson Needles Jr. into a renowned circus family, she attended the Pasadena Community Playhouse as an acting student. While there, she married actor George Reeves in 1940. One of her classmates, Teddi Sherman, was the daughter of producer Harry Sherman, and like many Playhouse students she was given a small role, under the name Shelley Spencer, in one of Sherman's films, Leather Burners (1943), in which her husband also appeared. Like many of the wives of stars in the Army Air Force's Broadway play "Winged Victory," she was given a bit role. She acted in many other plays, primarily in California, usually as Ellanora Needles or as Ellanora Reeves or simply Ella-Nora. She did not make another film until 1950, by which time she had divorced Reeves and had married Beverly Hills attorney Edward M. Rose. She made a few, mostly uncredited, bit part appearances using the name Sarah Spencer and then retired from acting. In her later years, she served as a religious minister. Widowed, she died at 83, survived by two daughters from her marriage to Rose.
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