Inger Stevens
Actress
Inger Stevens
Inger Stevens was a Swedish-American movie and TV actress.
Biography
Inger Stevens's personal information overview.
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Exploring The Twilight Zone, Episode 44: "The Lateness of the Hour" - Twitch
Google News - over 5 years
The woman, Jana (Inger Stevens) is wound up tight, and it only takes a few minutes before she explodes in anger. She feels that the family is suffocating, or atrophying away, because an army of domestics is attending to their every need
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Ask SAM: Straight Answers - Winston-Salem Journal
Google News - over 5 years
In the episode, Falk played a truck driver who was on deadline to get his shipment of tomatoes but had to decide whether to help a pregnant hitchhiker played by Inger Stevens. Falk won an Emmy for his performance. Though anthology shows were popular in
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With Syfy Marathon Ahead, Here Are The Best 'Twilight Zone' Episodes - Starpulse.com
Google News - over 5 years
Nan Adams (Inger Stevens) sees the same hitchhiker trying to bum rides as she drives across Interstate 80 from coast to coast. It's based on a short story by Lucille Fletcher, Bernard Herrmann's first wife, born out of an instance when she saw the same
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Exploring The Twilight Zone #16: The Hitch-Hiker - Film School Rejects
Google News - over 5 years
That can be attributed to the natural allure of a road trip and the acting turn provided here by Inger Stevens as Nan Adams. Her descent into madness (a common refrain in the Zone) is one carefully crafted by something achingly simple
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Con Il Grinta in Dvd e Blu-ray arriva la Western Collection - Best Movie
Google News - over 5 years
Poker di sangue (1968) di Henry Hathaway con Robert Mitchum, Dean Martin, Roddy McDowall, Inger Stevens e Katherine Justice. • La ballata della città senza nome (1969) di Joshua Logan con Jean Seberg, Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood, Harve Presnell e Ray
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Wayback Machine: Two Trojans Who Changed Seattle - Sportspress Northwest
Google News - almost 6 years
Richman became quite adept at it, writing episodes for an array of sitcoms, including The Donna Reed Show (Donna Reed), Gidget (Sandra Dee), The Farmer's Daughter (Inger Stevens), Hank (Dick Kallman), Please Don't Eat the Daisies (Pat Crowley),
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Five end-of- the-world movies to see before doomsday - San Diego Reader (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
News that he is not the last one standing arrives in the form of love-interest Inger Stevens and later a vocally-disapproving Mel Ferrer. The post-apocalyptic images of a barren, pre-CGI Manhattan will pack a wallop long after the film's dated handling
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Designing for Destruction: The Rise of the Bomb Shelter - The Atlantic
Google News - almost 6 years
But even at the time, there were some apocalyptic films, like The World, the Flesh and the Devil (1959) with Harry Belafonte, Inger Stevens, and Mel Ferrer as the last remaining people on earth after a nuclear war. And then there was On the Beach
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STATE v. STEVENS - Leagle.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Defendant Inger Stevens appeals from the August 20, 2009 denial of her application for post-conviction relief (PCR). For the reasons that follow, we affirm. Defendant was sentenced on February 2, 2007, to an aggregate term of seven years imprisonment
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WHAT'S ON TODAY
NYTimes - about 8 years
8 P.M. (E!) YOUNG HOLLYWOOD: A TO ZAC: THE E! TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY Step aside, Lindsays and Britneys of the world. This two-hour program scrutinizes the young and wholesome (relatively speaking) members of the Hollywood A-list. Highlights include a new interview with Taylor Swift, who is seen singing ''Twinkle Twinkle Little Star'' as a toddler;
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MOVIES THIS WEEK
NYTimes - over 19 years
A sizzling little western co-starring two Hollywood legends, a fable set in London, an expert version of a classic play about journalists and a salute to a yesteryear's Cuba are standouts on this week's movie schedule. Well into their illustrious careers, James Stewart and Henry Fonda finally teamed up for a vest-pocket western. In Vincent
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Days and Nights of Murder, Madness and Mayhem
NYTimes - over 22 years
IF ever a city was made for black and white, it's New York. The city is a place of harsh light, dark shadows, strong angles and violent extremes. The New York fashion magazines may dictate pastels or flaming reds to the rest of the nation. In downtown Manhattan, it's all black clothes and pale skin. The skyline itself, the city's most durable,
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INTERRACIAL ROMANCES; Happy, Not Sad, Ending
NYTimes - almost 26 years
To the Editor: I feel obliged to defend one interracial romance movie of the cold war era that does not deserve to be dismissed with an offhand remark; the correct answer to the rhetorical question posed by Gail Lumet Buckley: "Guess who dies at the end of the picture?" in regard to "The World, the Flesh and the Devil," starring Harry Belafonte,
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When a Kiss Is Not Just a Kiss
NYTimes - almost 26 years
So Molly Dodd has a black baby. After a long and suspenseful pregnancy, the unmarried, thirtysomething heroine of "The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd" gave birth a few weeks ago to baby Emily -- clearly the child of the black man with whom she had been romantically involved. Never, perhaps, in the history of American popular culture has the birth of
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TV VIEW; A Month of A Different Color
NYTimes - almost 26 years
Television during February is sometimes beyond belief. The fact that it's sweeps month is bad enough; how many specials about rare diseases, incompetent doctors, murderous parents and child molesters can you bear? But February is also Black History Month -- for those of us who are black, a time of mixed feelings, at least about what's on TV.
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REVIVAL HOUSES: CURLING UP WITH A GOOD DOUBLE BILL
NYTimes - almost 31 years
SOME filmgoers' most vivid memories do not involve the plot permutations of a futuristic fantasy in 70 millimeter. Instead, they recall that fortuitous day in a darkened revival house when they first glimpsed Fred Astaire gliding across the screen in ''Top Hat,'' or Orson Welles murmuring the immortal ''Rosebud.'' For those who prefer Bogart to the
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CRITICS' CHOICES
NYTimes - over 32 years
Broadcast TV Channel 9 has the best batch of vintage films this week, though six - count 'em - are on at 3 A.M., the station's new throwaway slot for all-night viewers (whoever they are). But two unfamiliar treats can be seen earlier. In the 1959 ''The World, the Flesh and the Devil'' (Wednesday at 8:30 P.M.) the three-member cast of nuclear-blast
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Inger Stevens
    THIRTIES
  • 1970
    Age 35
    On the morning of April 30, 1970, Stevens' sometime roommate and companion, Lola McNally, found her on the kitchen floor of her Hollywood Hills home.
    More Details Hide Details According to McNally, when she called Stevens' name, she opened her eyes, lifted her head, and tried to speak, but was unable to make any sound. McNally told police that she had spoken to Stevens the previous night and had seen no sign of trouble. Stevens died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. On arrival, medics removed a small bandage from her chin that revealed a small amount of what appeared to be fresh blood oozing from a cut which appeared to have been a few hours old. Los Angeles County Coroner Dr. Thomas Noguchi attributed Stevens's death to "acute barbiturate poisoning."
  • 1966
    Age 31
    Following the cancellation of The Farmer's Daughter in 1966, Stevens appeared in several films: A Guide for the Married Man (1967), with Walter Matthau; Hang 'Em High, with Clint Eastwood; 5 Card Stud, with Dean Martin and Robert Mitchum; and Madigan with Henry Fonda and Richard Widmark.
    More Details Hide Details Stevens was attempting to revive her television career with the detective drama series The Most Deadly Game when she died.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1955
    Age 20
    Her first husband was her agent, Anthony Soglio, to whom she was married from 1955 to 1957.
    More Details Hide Details After her death, black actor Ike Jones claimed that he had been secretly married to Stevens since 1961. Some doubted this due to the lack of a marriage license, the maintenance of separate homes and the filing of tax documents as single people. However, at the time Stevens' estate was being settled, the actress's brother, Carl O. Stensland, confirmed in court that his sister had hidden her marriage to Jones "out of fear for her career."
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1934
    Born
    Born on October 18, 1934.
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