Carol Arthur
American actor
Carol Arthur
Carol Arthur is an American producer and film/television actress, mainly recognizable as playing supporting roles in films produced by Mel Brooks. She is probably best remembered as the outspoken town suffragette Harriett Johnson, in Brooks' Blazing Saddles.
Biography
Carol Arthur's personal information overview.
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News
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Story Notes for Blazing Saddles - AMCtv.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Actress Carol Arthur has bit roles in many Mel Brooks movies, including Robin Hood: Men in Tights. Wilder says Brooks had him in mind for the part of Hedley, Korman's character. But when the actor originally cast in his role fell ill, Wilder stepped in
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OFFBEAT: Field Museum and 'best of bathrooms' up for vote with public restroom ... - nwitimes.com
Google News - over 5 years
Actress Carol Arthur DeLuise ("The Dom DeLuise Show") is 76. Singer Frankie Ford is 72. Actress Tina Cole ("My Three Sons") is 68. Actor-comedian Richard Belzer is 67. Actor Billy Bob Thornton is 56. Actress Kym Karath (Gretl von Trapp in "The Sound of
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On This Day in History: August 1 First 'King of Brooklyn' - Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Google News - over 5 years
He met his wife, actress Carol Arthur, while appearing in a summer production of Summer and Smirk in Provincetown, MA. Eight off-Broadway shows followed and then he starred in the 1968 Broadway production of Neil Simon's Last of the Red Hot Lovers
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On This Day in History: May 4 Loss of Brooklyn's First 'King' - Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Google News - almost 6 years
He met his wife, actress Carol Arthur, while appearing in a summer production of Summer and Smirk in Provincetown, MA. Eight off-Broadway shows followed and then he starred in the 1968 Broadway production of Neil Simon's Last of the Red Hot Lovers
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Dom DeLuise, Comic Actor, Dies at 75
NYTimes - almost 8 years
Dom DeLuise, a pudgy actor whose manic grin and air of desperation added comic bounce to films like ''The Twelve Chairs,'' ''Blazing Saddles'' and ''Cannonball Run,'' died Monday in Los Angeles. He was 75 and lived in Pacific Palisades. The Associated Press reported that his son Michael had told a television and radio station in Los Angeles that
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Dom DeLuise, Comic Actor, Dies at 75
NYTimes - almost 8 years
Dom DeLuise, a pudgy actor whose manic grin and air of desperation added comic bounce to films like ''The Twelve Chairs,'' ''Blazing Saddles'' and ''The Cannonball Run,'' died Monday in Los Angeles. He was 75 and lived in Pacific Palisades. The Associated Press reported that his son Michael had told a television and radio station in Los Angeles
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Paid Notice: Deaths SISKIND, TERI.
NYTimes - about 9 years
SISKIND--Teri. The Staff and Board of Directors of Plaza Jewish Community Chapel express their heartfelt sympathy to founding Board member Alan Siskind on the loss of his mother. May her memory be a blessing. Alfred Engelberg, Chairman SISKIND--Teri. The Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services acknowledges with great sorrow the passing of
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Paid Notice: Deaths DINES, YVETTE
NYTimes - over 12 years
DINES--Yvette on May 28, 2004. Dear mother of David (Judith), Susan Winston and Carol (Arthur) Rothenberg. Dear grandmother of Joshua, Damon, Alison, Daniel and Matthew and great grandmother of Maggie and Kate. Services Wednesday, June 2nd, 2:15 PM at ''The Riverside'', 76th St and Amsterdam Avenue.
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Paid Notice: Deaths SISKIND, WILLIAM
NYTimes - over 16 years
SISKIND-William, 89 years old. Beloved husband of Teri for 65 years & most dear father of Carol, Arthur and Mary Ann, Alan and Marla. Cherished and adored grandfather of Laura and Bonnie, Julie, Kenny and Nicole, Daniel and Tamara. We were blessed to have his love, wise counsel and care and will be supported always by wonderful memories. Services
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Paid Notice: Deaths SISKIND, WILLIAM
NYTimes - over 16 years
SISKIND-William. ''Uncle Bill'', your intelligence, calm demeanor and kind heart will be missed. Over the years, Uncle Bill was always there to offer sound advice and good sense and for this we will always be grateful to Aunt Terry, Carol, Alan, Marla, Arthur, Mary Ann, Laura, Bonnie, Julie, Kenny, Nicole, Daniel and Tamara we express our deepest
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State of Emergency Declared in Kentucky As Bitter Cold Closes Interstate Highways
NYTimes - about 23 years
The Winter of '94 is just a few weeks old, but the people of Kentucky will no doubt remember it for a long time. Today, for the third day in a row, a state of emergency was in effect for the state, hit hard by a crippling combination of freezing rain, heavy snow and subzero temperatures. All four interstate highways that crisscross Kentucky, nearly
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TELEVISION WEEK
NYTimes - over 33 years
Stakeout to Dugout Steve Bochco co-created the acclaimed ''Hill Street Blues'' - it has won more than a dozen Emmy Awards in three years. Gregory Hoblit made the ''Hill Street'' pilot that launched the police series and serves as well as the co-executive producer of the series. Jeffrey Lewis is a ''Hill Street'' producer and writer. The idea for
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