Kathleen Hughes
American actor
Kathleen Hughes
Kathleen Hughes is an American film, stage, and television actress from Hollywood, California. Kathleen's ambition as an actress came from two sources. She saw a film with actor Donald O'Connor, which gave her the idea that acting looked like fun. Also, her uncle was playwright F. Hugh Herbert, who authored Kiss and Tell and The Moon is Blue, among other titles.
Biography
Kathleen Hughes's personal information overview.
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News
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Irene storms into town - The Riverdale Press
Google News - over 5 years
Kathleen Hughes said there is no power at Tyndall Avenue and 259th Street. Ben Ibisch said cable was no longer operational at 246th Street and Henry Hudson Parkway. The bluster has begun and the rain is driving down in Riverdale
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Whatcha Say: The Good, The Bad & The Jagger In This Week's Reader Comments - Idolator: All About The Music
Google News - over 5 years
::Kathleen Hughes didn't think Gaga had the vocal chops for the role: “First of all, Lady Gaga is a 'Pop Singer' and not a Jazz Vocalist like Amy Winehouse. I think it would be in very bad taste for Lady Gaga to do this.” ::Roger just seems to hate
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Sidmouth quilters raise £2000 for Children's Hospice - Sidmouth Herald
Google News - over 5 years
“Such quilts are often much cherished links to parents, grandparents and friends.” Beginners and experienced quilters are welcome to join the group and those interested should call Kathleen Hughes on (01395) 512452
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SCHOOLS DIGEST: Resurrection High School - Morton Grove Champion
Google News - over 5 years
Local Chicago area: Amanda Angelopoulos, Rebecca Borghi, Erica Braun, Angela Christides, Renee Ciccola, Dana Corrao, Sarah Cunningham, Agnes Czesak, Alicia Gamboa, Kathleen Hughes, Katherine Morun, Inga Nalepa, Rachel O'Donnell, Jessica Ordinario,
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Grange invites public on Exposition bus trip - Rome Sentinel
Google News - over 5 years
The motor coach will return to Rome by 11 pm The cost of the trip is $69, which includes the transportation, admission, and a private tour of the Grange Building. For more information or to make reservations, contact Kathleen Hughes at 865-8334,
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Hospice Compassus encompasses all with care - Payson Roundup
Google News - over 5 years
“However, if we get a call for the unit, it can be opened and staffed within an hour,” said Kathleen Hughes, Hospice care consultant. That staff now includes two new associate medical directors — James Schouten and David Cluff — working with medical
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Rates, rules pressuring cash managers - Pensions & Investments
Google News - over 5 years
Kathleen Hughes, managing director and global co-head of cash distribution for Goldman Sachs Asset Management, said the clarity given by ESMA will “help define how investors start to think about cash” and “help drive this business in Europe
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SPD helps residents protect pets - Bonner County Daily Bee
Google News - over 5 years
Municipal enforcement officers Kathleen Hughes and Scott Murphy are teaming up with veterinarian Mark Fineman, volunteering their time to provide services at prices that only cover the cost of materials. After the great response from their last
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Lee F. (Sulpice) Williams - VillageSoup Belfast
Google News - almost 6 years
... Mass., Eileen Williams of Oregon, and Kathleen Hughes of Colorado; her siblings, Gwen Phieffer and her husband Mark of Miami, Fla., Carol Miller and her husband Walter of California, Paul Sulpice and Henry Sulpice; grandchildren, Karen O'Riley and
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Pauline R. Hughes - Seacoastonline.com
Google News - almost 6 years
She will be dearly missed by those who knew and loved her including her daughters, Carol Hughes Palmer and Kathleen Hughes-Morris and her husband, Robert Morris, of Concord, Mass.; her son John Hughes and his wife, Cynthia, of Kennebunk;
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30 cats found in local home - Bonner County Daily Bee
Google News - almost 6 years
Sandpoint police officer Kathleen Hughes requested Panhandle Animal Shelter's help in managing the animals. Despite the sheer number of cats in the woman's home, all of them were well-fed and healthy. “A lot of the time with hoarding cases,
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Wauwatosa Woman Earns Third Place In Quilting Competition - Wauwatosa Now
Google News - almost 6 years
Kathleen Hughes of Wauwatosa has won third place in the Channel 10 “Quilting is Art” competition. Hughes' wining quilt, “Sunshine Makes Abundant Flowers,” will be showcased and available for bid on the Channel 10 Auction, May 7 at 7 pm The Channel 10
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Harriett E. Hughes - Corning Leader
Google News - almost 6 years
Survivors include her father, David Hughes; mother, Amy Wheeler Kuczka; a sister, Carmen Coppola; paternal grandparents, Raymond and Kathleen Hughes; and maternal grandparents, Albert and Dolores Wheeler. Arrangements are with the Schaefer and
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TELEVISION REVIEW | 'BLUEPRINT AMERICA: BEYOND THE MOTOR CITY'; Transit-Plan Prescription for Disappearing Detroit
NYTimes - about 7 years
The biggest jolt in ''Blueprint America: Beyond the Motor City'' comes as the director of Madrid's subway and light-rail system talks about the importance of infrastructure. (Maybe ''jolt'' is too strong.) Discussing Spain's ambitious high-speed rail system, he says countries that neglect their infrastructure experience ''a slow decline in
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TELEVISION REVIEW | BLUEPRINT AMERICA: ROAD TO THE FUTURE'; Moving On in the U.S., Growing the Ways to Go
NYTimes - almost 8 years
The PBS project ''Blueprint America'' is a series of news reports and documentaries about the American infrastructure, that conglomeration of roads, rails, canals, power plants and other large things that we're preparing to spend many billions of dollars to upgrade. Putting ''Blueprint'' in the title would seem to promise some sort of plan or at
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No Desire to Imitate
NYTimes - about 11 years
To the Editor: I'd like to reassure Kathleen Hughes, author of ''When Imitation is Annoying, Not Flattering'' (Feb. 19), that vast legions of us have no desire to imitate her choices in countertops, doorknobs, fireplace or, indeed, any other aspect of her ''lifestyle.'' Now that her 10-year search for the perfect doorknob is over, perhaps she can
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Dancers and Performers Honored at the Bessies
NYTimes - over 12 years
New York dance had its annual gathering of the clan on Friday night at the Joyce Theater with the New York Dance and Performance Awards ceremony, dance's equivalent to the Oscars and Tonys. Better known as the Bessies, named after Bessie Schonberg, a choreography teacher who was a mentor to many, the awards carry prizes of $500 to $1,000. The event
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TV WEEKEND; A Politically Minded Minister Who Preaches Ecumenism
NYTimes - about 13 years
As Christian proclamations have become common in American politics, middle-of-the-road Protestants have sought to anoint a pulpit superstar to rival White House favorites like the Rev. Franklin Graham on the one hand and the Rev. Jesse Jackson on the other. ''Speaking to Power: A 'NOW With Bill Moyers' Special Edition,'' tonight on PBS, showcases
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Paid Notice: Deaths SHEEHAN, LOIS T.
NYTimes - over 13 years
SHEEHAN--Lois T. On October 26, 2003. Former Administrative Assistant at ABC. Survived by her sisters Mary McDonough, Kathleen Hughes, brother William Sheehan and several nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass of Christian Burial is Wednesday 11am at Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal RC Church, Point Lookout, N.Y. For funeral information contact The
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Goodbye Rat Race, Hello Road Race
NYTimes - over 14 years
TWELVE years ago, Don Fink didn't know how to swim. That is somewhat amazing, considering that Mr. Fink, 44, a resident of Short Hills, is now a full-time triathlete and coach. Equally noteworthy is that just two years ago, he spent most of his time running from meeting to meeting as Citibank's managing director for private banking in the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Kathleen Hughes
    TEENAGE
  • 1948
    Age 19
    She was discovered in a Little Theater production in 1948.
    More Details Hide Details Signed to a seven-year contract with 20th Century Fox, she made fourteen films for the studio. She appeared in five motion pictures for Universal Studios, including the cult film, It Came From Outer Space. Released on May 27, 1953, the sci fi feature was adapted from the writing of Ray Bradbury. It was Universal's first entry into the 3D Film medium. Had scenes in "Ironweed", "Revenge" and "The Couch Trip" that were all cut out before their releases. Niece of screenwriter F. Hugh Herbert. She considers The Glass Web (1953), with Edward G. Robinson, her best film. Hughes credits actor Paul Henreid with giving her the major break in her career. This came when he chose her for the role of the stunning blonde in the movie, For Men Only (1952). The film is also known as The Tall Lie.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1928
    Born
    Born on November 14, 1928.
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