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Susan Peters

  • Jul 03, 1921 - Oct 23, 1952 (age 31)
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1952
Susan Peters
PersonalOctober 1952

Susan Peters

Susan Peters passed away.
1951
Miss Susan
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TV ShowMar 12, 1951

Miss Susan

Miss Susan is a daytime drama which aired on NBC from …
Miss Susan is a daytime drama which aired on NBC from March 12 to December 28, 1951. The main writer was William Kendall Clarke. The show, originating from Philadelphia and later retitled Martinsville, U.S.A., aired for 15 minutes at 3:00 p.m. ET on weekdays, and starred Susan Peters, who had previously garnered critical acclaim as a film actress before suffering an accidental gunshot wound that left her paraplegic. It was the first program with a handicapped person as the star.
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1950
The Ken Murray Show
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TV ShowJan 7, 1950

The Ken Murray Show

Former child vaudevillian, producer and entertainer Ken Murray …
Former child vaudevillian, producer and entertainer Ken Murray hosted this comedy/variety show for three seasons. Featuring a large cast, impresive sets and lots of beautiful "Glamourlovelies", Murray was very much an old time stage performer, sporting a fedora, cigar and cane. His trademark set was the corner of Hollywood and Vine. In an unusual twist for a mostly comedy show, he regularly featured a live performance of a dramatic scene from a play or movie. He had a soft spot for older vaudeville performers and had them on often and because he was much-loved Hollywood figure, he was able to get major stars to appear, sometimes simply in quick cameos.
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1948
We the People
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TV ShowJun 1, 1948

We the People

The hosts on this interview program chatted with celebrities, …
The hosts on this interview program chatted with celebrities, politicians and regular Americans with interesting lives. People who had overcome some sort of adversity or faced a challenge were often featured. We, The People began on radio in 1936 and continued to be heard there; this was the first series to be simulcast on television and radio. (This simulcast situation continued through the summer of 1950.) The original host was voice-over announcer Dwight Weist before actor Dan Seymour took over the job in 1949. The information here has been gleaned from magazines and newspapers of the era, as well as the personal papers of the show's director, Preston Wood. (Those papers are part of the Belknap Collection at University of Florida in Gainesville.)
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1946
Richard Quine
Child1946

Richard Quine

Richard Quine was born in 1946. He is an actor, known for …
Richard Quine was born in 1946. He is an actor, known for The Young Victoria (2009).
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1943
Richard Quine
MarriageNovember 1943

Richard Quine

Richard Quine (November 12, 1920 – June 10, 1989) was an …
Richard Quine (November 12, 1920 – June 10, 1989) was an American stage, film, and radio actor and, later, a film director. He began acting as a child in radio, vaudeville, and stage productions before being signed to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in his early twenties. When his acting career began to wane after World War II, Quine began working as a film director. He later moved into producing and directing television. Quine directed several well-known films, including Bell Book and Candle (1958), The World of Suzie Wong (1960), Paris When It Sizzles (1964), How to Murder Your Wife (1965), and The Prisoner of Zenda (1979).
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1942
Best Supporting Actress
Nomination1942

Best Supporting Actress

Nominated for "Random Harvest".
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