Helen Vinson
Actress
Helen Vinson
Helen Vinson was an American film actress, who appeared in 40 films between 1932 and 1945.
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ELLA MAE MERICLE - Fort Dodge Messenger
Google News - over 5 years
Ella is survived by her son, Michael (Barb) Mericle of Otho, Iowa; 3 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren; and a sister, Helen Vinson of West Point, California. She is preceded in death by her husband; her parents; a grandson, Scott; and a sister,
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MOVIES THIS WEEK
NYTimes - almost 18 years
STEVE MCQUEEN'S dynamic performance as a cynical American sailor gives color and authority to Robert Wise's SAND PEBBLES (1966). The workmanlike drama about an American gunboat plying Chinese waters in 1926 was filmed partly on location. Candice Bergen, as an American missionary, scores effectively, along with Richard Attenborough and Richard
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MOVIES THIS WEEK
NYTimes - over 19 years
SOME springtime froth and a world famous drama lend sparkle to the screen menu on television this week. IT SHOULD HAPPEN TO YOU (1954), George Cukor's breezy caper about a young woman who wants to make a name for herself, offers delightful warm weather entertainment. This comedy has a flavorsome New York background, a cute idea and a sparkling cast
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MOVIES THIS WEEK
NYTimes - almost 20 years
An overlooked cartoon delight, a polished antique whodunit, a tasty romantic comedy and a period magnolia melodrama stand out on the television movie menu this week. The roaring success of Disney's ''Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs'' almost obliterated Paramount's production of GULLIVER'S TRAVELS (1939). Too bad, because Dave Fleischer's
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CRITICS CHOICES; Cable TV
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: Some old favorites appear on cable this week. To start with, there's John Huston's graphic version of Stephen Crane's ''Red Badge of Courage'' (1951), depicting the Civil War through the eyes of a naive young soldier (Audie Murphy). It's showing on Monday morning at 10 on Cinemax. Another haunting drama is ''One-Eyed Jacks'' (1961), with
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CRITICS' CHOICES; Cable TV
NYTimes - over 30 years
No ripe film premieres this week on cable - last week held a bounty - but the screen fare is estimable. Early-riser science-fiction fans should catch ''Fantastic Planet'' (1973), a stately, searching animated feature from France - Sunday at 5 A.M. on USA. Another imported surprise is ''Family Game'' (1984), an amusing look at Japan's newly
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CRITICS' CHOICES; BROADCAST TV
NYTimes - over 31 years
The rewards of watching prominent films like ''Guess Who's Coming to Dinner'' and ''Exodus'' - both due this week - are obvious. But don't underestimate those lesser-known movies. ''Gay Purr-ee'' (1962), for instance, is a delightful animated feature about cats, and a natural for the children. For adults there are some adroit touches, like the
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