Jean Parker
Actress
Jean Parker
Jean Parker was an American movie actress.
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Jean Parker's personal information overview.
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County Commissioners to meet Monday - TheRecordLive.com
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Jean Parker, Child Protection Services Board Secretary, will ask the Commissioners to discuss and take possible action authorizing County Judge, Carl K. Thibodeaux to sign the Orange County Title IV-E Child Welfare Services contract for fiscal year
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Maori King Beer unacceptable - Waatea News
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Spokesperson Jean Parker-Renga says no offence was intended and the name won't be changed because the label has to be approved by regulators. But Skye Kimura of Taranaki and Ngati Tuwharetoa says it's similar to the case of the Israeli firm that tried
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SFUSD's Buried Fact: $531 Million - AsianWeek
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SFUSD plans to upgrade the last 50 of 140 schools, including a cluster of Chinatown elementary schools: Jean Parker (former educator), Gordon Lau (after the former Supervisor) and John Yehall Chin (former SF College Board member)
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Maori King ale leaves sour taste - New Zealand Herald
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Company spokeswoman Jean Parker-Renga said she came up with the ale's name, which pays homage to the New Zealand origin of Rakau hops used in the beer. Asked if she knew the Maori king's name - Tuheitia, Mrs Parker-Renga said she did not
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Planning Department Releases Tentative Street Redesigns for Broadway - Streetsblog San Francisco (blog)
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Broadway Street between Columbus Avenue and the Broadway Tunnel is lined with bustling grocery stores and restaurants, including some that have been fixtures in the neighborhood for decades, along with community-based organizations and Jean Parker
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Police Briefs 08-17-2011 - Everett Independent
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Jean Parker, 22, 25 Avon St., Everett, was arrested for disturbing the peace. Claudia Pierrette, 24, 83 Main St., Everett, was arrested for disturbing the peace, resisting arrest. Ryan Sullivan, 22, 109 Chester Rd., Derry, NH, was arrested for 3 counts
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Museum Miles: The Past and Future Of Public Art In New York - New York Observer
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“I think it is fair to say that what we are witnessing is nothing less than a golden age for public art in New York City,” said Jean Parker Phifer, the author of Public Art New York. Cities have been putting up statues and monuments for as long as they
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San Francisco Schoolchildren Head Back to School Today - SFist
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SFUSD has some handy tips: Reasonable Bedtimes - Start Now Teacher Celia Magtoto sees sleepy kids in her classroom at Jean Parker Elementary every fall. She has a few hints for families. 'Start a reasonable bedtime before school starts and stick to it
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In Civil Courts - LubbockOnline.com
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In the interest of the late Frankie Jean Parker, application for probate of will and muniment of letters testamentary by unnamed applicant. In the interest of the late Cecil Edmond Foster, application for probate of will and issuance of letters
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Borehamwood lose to Abbots Langley but beat Oxhey - Borehanwood Times
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... skipped by Keith Muir, won their rink 21-16, while Ken Wood, Arthur Muir and Dave Mooring, skipped by John Roe, drew 19-19. The ladies team of Jacqui Seal, Wrigley and Earles skipped by Jean Parker, also drew their rink by the same scoreline
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Lowell Milken Fellow presented with a key to Fort Scott - Fort Scott Tribune
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Pictured from left to right are Commissioner Jean Parker, Fort Scott Assistant City Manager Susan Brown, Commissioner Sam Mason, recipient Stephanie Bishop, Commissioner Cindy Bartelsmeyer, Commissioner Gary Bukowski and Mayor Jim Adams
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'Little Women' on outdoor screen - knox.VillageSoup.com
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This, the 1933 movie version, chronicles the lives and loves of sisters Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth played, respectively, by Katharine Hepburn, Frances Dee, Joan Bennett and Jean Parker). Character actress Edna May Oliver is at her indignant best as Aunt
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PSA supports HRC's moves on pay equity - Voxy
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... productive because of their periods, but in 1956 when the PSA was fighting the equal pay case of IRD worker Jean Parker, the Public Service Commission argued that equal pay for women would be unfair on men as family living standards would suffer
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Milken Fellows get keys to city - Fort Scott Tribune
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The fellows were joined (from left to right) by Fort Scott Mayor Jim Adams, commissioner Gary Bukowski, Fort Scott Chief of Police Ron Puterbaugh, commissioners Sam Mason, Jean Parker and Cindy Bartelsmeyer and Fort Scott City Manager Dave Martin
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Bluebeard (1944) Movie Review - HorrorMovies.ca
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Jean Parker, as Modiste Lucille was both beautiful and witty in her role. You also come to like her as the movie progresses, even though her character really doesn't get developed all that much throughout the course of events. The character at times,
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Estel Wesley Husband - Daily Ardmoreite
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He and Neoma Jean Parker were married in Dallas, Texas, on June 18, 1947. Following graduation from Leon High School, Mr. Husband joined the US Army Air Corps where he was an airplane mechanic. He then was employed as an electrical installer for
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Felony arrests: Thursday, June 4. - Pensacola News Journal
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Sharla Jean Parker, 36, 6800 block of Roundup Lane, Milton, criminal mischief. The following motorists were charged Thursday with driving under the influence. Names, ages and addresses were provided by the individuals
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City hesitantly axes historic bathhouse - Fort Scott Tribune
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Commissioners Jean Parker and Cindy Bartelsmeyer said a large majority of the citizens they spoke with were in favor of demolishing the current facility and building a new structure. Bartelsmeyer added that she would like to see the new building
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jean Parker
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2005
    Age 89
    At age 83, Parker moved into the Motion Picture and Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, California, where she died of a stroke on November 30, 2005, at the age of 90.
    More Details Hide Details She was survived by her son, Robert, and granddaughters Katie and Nora Hanks. She was buried at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills.
  • FORTIES
  • 1957
    Age 41
    She and Lowery filed for divorce in September 1957, but it was never finalized.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1952
    Age 36
    In 1952, Parker gave birth to a son, Robert Lowery Hanks, who works as an executive for the city of Los Angeles.
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  • 1951
    Age 35
    While appearing at a nightclub in Sydney, Australia in 1951, Parker made international headlines when she was escorted off Bondi Beach by swimsuit inspector Abe Laidlaw, who measured her bikini and determined it was too skimpy.
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    On May 19, 1951, she secretly married actor Robert Lowery (born Robert Hanks), at the home of a friend in Hialeah, Florida.
    More Details Hide Details Lowery had played Batman in 1949; he was featured in over seventy films in his own career. By this marriage, Parker bore her only child, Robert Lowery Hanks.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1944
    Age 28
    A month after she was granted her final divorce decree on July 29, 1944, Parker married Dr. Kurt "Curtis" Arthur Grotter, a Hollywood insurance broker and former correspondent for a group of Czechoslovakian newspapers and active with the Braille Institute in Los Angeles, as he had a substantial loss of vision. They were separated on June 19, 1949, and divorced on December 29, 1949.
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  • 1942
    Age 26
    In July 1942, her husband joined the Coast Guard, and in September 1942 they separated and were divorced in July 1943.
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  • 1941
    Age 25
    On February 14, 1941, Parker married Los Angeles radio commentator Henry Dawson Sanders, known professionally as Doug Dawson.
    More Details Hide Details The couple operated a flying service from Palm Springs Airport in California, which was shuttered at the outbreak of World War II.
  • 1940
    Age 24
    McDonald continued his business affairs on the East Coast, and after less than four years of marriage, Parker was granted an interlocutory decree of divorce on January 23, 1940.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1935
    Age 19
    In December 1935, Parker became engaged to New York socialite newspaperman George E. McDonald, and eloped with him to Las Vegas on March 21, 1936.
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    Utilizing her artistic talents, Parker contracted in June 1935 to make eight original sketches a month for a Beverly Hills shop.
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  • 1932
    Age 16
    In 1932, she posed as a flower girl and living poster in a float in the Tournament of Roses Parade, where she was seen by Ida Koverman, secretary to MGM mogul Louis B. Mayer.
    More Details Hide Details The following day the studio called her on the phone and invited her for a screen test. She attended Pasadena schools and graduated from John Muir High School. Her original aspirations were in the fine arts and illustration. She had a successful career at MGM, RKO and Columbia including roles in such films as Little Women, Lady for a Day, Gabriel Over the White House, Limehouse Blues, The Ghost Goes West, and Rasputin and the Empress. In 1939, she starred opposite Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in RKO's The Flying Deuces. Parker auditioned unsuccessfully for the role of Melanie in Gone with the Wind. On November 9, 1939 she opened the Downtown Theatre in Oakland, California, and in December 1941, at the Orinda Theater in Contra Costa County. Parker remained active in film throughout the 1940s, playing opposite Lon Chaney in Dead Man's Eyes, and a variety of other films. Parker managed her own airport and flying service with then-husband Doug Dawson in Palm Springs, California until shortly after the start of World War II. During the war, she toured many of the veteran hospitals throughout the U.S. and performed on radio. In the 1950s, Parker co-starred opposite Edward G. Robinson in Black Tuesday; had a small but effective role in The Gunfighter, and appeared in A Lawless Street (1955). Her last film appearance was Apache Uprising (1966).
    She appeared in 70 movies from 1932 through 1966.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1915
    Born
    Born on August 11, 1915.
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