Ellen Drew
film actress
Ellen Drew
Ellen Drew was an American film actress. Born Esther Loretta Ray in Kansas City, Missouri, Drew worked various jobs and won a number of beauty contests before becoming an actress. Moving to Hollywood in an attempt to become a star, she was discovered while working at an ice cream parlor where one of the customers, actor William Demarest, took notice of her and eventually helped her get into films.
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Justin gains eighth spot - Fenland Today
Google News - over 5 years
... 171st Maire Irlam 22.55; 189th Paul Denwood 23.50; 201st Ellen Drew-Peck 24.59 (PB); 211th Jane Greenwood 25.51; 229th Tracy Veenendaal 27.49 (PB). Norwich Lord Mayors 5K: 53rd Sean Connolly 18.09.4; 78th Tim Chapman 19.09.9 (field of 100)
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The MOD Quad: Defiance, The Destructors, The Happy Thieves, and Old Dracula - Film School Rejects
Google News - over 5 years
DAVEY CROCKETT, SCOUT (1950) Stars George Montgomery, Ellen Drew, Noah Beery Jr. Directed by Lew Landers. CLOUDBURST (1951) Stars Robert Preston, Elizabeth Sellars, Noel Howlett, Harold Lang. Directed by Francis Searle. FORT DEFIANCE (1951) Stars Dane
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Hensby leads the way with veterans victory - Fenland Today
Google News - over 5 years
... 21.43; Sam Goodger, 21.46; Jane Holmes, 22.34; Dean Powley, 23.24; Maire Irlam, 23.26; Clive Harrod, 23.46; Ann Trett; 23.46; Ian Milburn, 24.00; Ellen Drew-Peck, 25.34; Cheryl Chapman, 26.18; Jane Greenwood, 26.55; Tracy Veenendaal, 29.40
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UK DVD Review: Karloff in Val Lewton's 'Isle of the Dead' - Brutal As Hell
Google News - over 5 years
If Thea (Ellen Drew) truly is a vorvolakas, it is an inherent part of her nature, and not something she has chosen to be – just as Pherides' paranoia and grief are inherent to his. Had Isle of the Dead used a more traditional idea of the vampire,
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More MGM Limited Edition Movies Released - Comicmix.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Stars George Montgomery, Ellen Drew, Noah Beery Jr. Directed by Lew Landers. ● CLOUDBURST (1951): A World War II veteran, working in the British Foreign Office, avenges his wife's murder. Stars Robert Preston, Elizabeth Sellars, Noel Howlett,
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The Listings: Movies
NYTimes - almost 7 years
Ratings and running times are in parentheses; foreign films have English subtitles. Full reviews of all current releases, movie trailers, showtimes and tickets: nytimes.com/movies. 'ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: THE SQUEAKQUEL' (PG, 1:28) The singing male chipmunks return, and this time three singing female chipmunks are on hand as well. Chipmunk love
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Ellen Drew, 89, Film Star of 30's and 40's, Dies
NYTimes - about 13 years
Ellen Drew, who went from working in a Hollywood Boulevard ice cream parlor to appearing in scores of movies opposite many of the biggest stars of her day, died here on Wednesday. She was 89. The cause was liver trouble, said her son, David Bartlett. Ms. Drew moved to Hollywood from the Midwest after winning a local beauty contest but had given up
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MOVIES: CRITIC'S CHOICE
NYTimes - about 14 years
''EVERYTHING that means happiness costs money,'' announces Jimmy MacDonald (Dick Powell), a young coffee-company drudge determined not to end up like his father, ''worn out at 48.'' In Preston Sturges's CHRISTMAS IN JULY (1940), Jimmy tries to get rich by entering competitions and eventually receives a telegram saying he's won $25,000 in a slogan
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Review/Theater; The Sturges Wit in 'A Cup of Coffee'
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: When Preston Sturges was directing ''Unfaithfully Yours,'' he would stuff a handkerchief in his mouth to keep from laughing out loud while shooting. This sense of hilarity was shared by audiences watching that movie and such other Sturges films as ''Sullivan's Travels'' and ''The Palm Beach Story. When Preston Sturges was directing
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