Martha Hyer
actor
Martha Hyer
Martha Hyer is a retired American film actress.
Biography
Martha Hyer's personal information overview.
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NOTABLE MOMENTS IN HISTORY - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Google News - over 5 years
The movie was billed as “A Howl of a Comedy” with stars Robert Mitchum, Jack Webb and Martha Hyer. July 25, 1990 - Curbside recycling began in Clarks Summit and Clarks Green. July 27, 1988 - Clarks Summit Mayor William Westington proclaimed the week of
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IL TELECOMANDO, LA GUIDA TV DI DM: 18 AGOSTO 2011. SERATA DI GRANDE CALCIO SU ... - DavideMaggio.it
Google News - over 5 years
Film di Luigi Scattini e interpretato da Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia, Buster Keaton, Martha Hyer, Fred Clark, Barbara Loy, Lino Banfi. Prodotto nel 1966 in Italia. Trama: Franco e Ciccio, valorosi marines siculo-americani portano a termine una
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Ben Johnson Movie Schedule: THE LAST PICTURE SHOW, WAGON MASTER - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Cast: Ben Johnson, Edgar Buchanan, Martha Hyer. C-70 mins. 11:00 AM WAR DRUMS (1957) A white trader and an Apache chief fall for the same woman. Dir: Reginald LeBorg. Cast: Lex Barker, Joan Taylor, Ben Johnson. C-75 mins. 12:30 PM CHEYENNE AUTUMN
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1975 Jeff Bridges comedy can be manufactured on demand - Deseret News
Google News - over 5 years
It's marred a bit by its low budget, and Martha Hyer's odd Marilyn Monroe impersonation, but Ruth Roman is fine as a victim of extortion and Hitchcock would approve of the climax on the hillside beneath the Hollywood sign. "Dark of the Sun" (Warner
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Martes de películas sobre el Día de las Madres - Cartagena|El Universal
Google News - almost 6 years
... a la pantalla “Los hijos de Katie Elder” (The Sons of Katie Elder, 1965), western de evocaciones épicas dirigido por Henry Hathaway, y protagonizado por John Wayne, Dean Martin, Earl Holliman, Michael Anderson Jr., James Gregory y Martha Hyer
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CRITIC'S CHOICE; Movies
NYTimes - about 11 years
Deadline (2004) Monday at 9 p.m. on Sundance ''It's like flipping a coin -- heads or tails, live or die,'' George H. Ryan, the former governor of Illinois, says, referring to his state's past record in imposing the death penalty. This important, sometimes heartbreaking documentary is about Mr. Ryan's decision, just before leaving office in 2003, to
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Rona Jaffe, Author of Popular Novels, Is Dead at 74
NYTimes - about 11 years
Rona Jaffe, the preternaturally youthful writer whose 1958 novel ''The Best of Everything'' told the melodramatic story of four nubile, cashmere-sweatered career girls torn between storybook romance and cutthroat corporate Manhattan, died yesterday at University College Hospital in London, where she was on vacation. She was 74. She died of cancer,
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Metro Matters; Having It All? Joan Crawford Has a Few Tips
NYTimes - almost 15 years
WOMEN of the 21st century, watch ''The Best of Everything.'' Rent the 1959 movie or find it on television, because in ways that no speech or survey or book can, it will give you an insight into how things have changed, no matter how far there is to go. It's particularly interesting to watch this period piece in light of the latest debate about
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SPOTLIGHT;Frontier Justice
NYTimes - about 21 years
Leave it to big John Wayne (above) as John Elder, a part that fits him with bullet precision, to find out who it was that killed his father years ago and who swindled his recently buried, sainted mother. Henry Hathaway's gory little western THE SONS OF KATIE ELDER (1965) is the story of four brothers -- three outcasts and another -- who confront a
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FILM FESTIVAL REVIEW; Fassbinder on the Painfully Tight Bonds of Marriage
NYTimes - over 22 years
Social comedy doesn't get any nastier than "Martha," Rainer Werner Fassbinder's pitch-black satire of bourgeois marriage and patriarchal dominance in modern Germany. The 1973 film, which will be shown today at noon at Alice Tully Hall as part of the New York Film Festival, follows a pathetically obedient wife on her path to destruction at the hands
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Critic's Notebook; Black Films: Imitation Of Life?
NYTimes - about 26 years
NAOMI is a pretty little black child living in a comfortable all-black middle-class world, untouched by the poverty of the 1930's. But she is cursed. "You're a bad girl and need to be punished," says her teacher with somewhat more vehemence than her crime would seem to warrant. Naomi has been sticking out her foot and tripping nice little girls in
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HOME VIDEO/NEW RELEASES
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: Robocop Starring Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Daniel O'Herlihy, Ronny Cox. Directed by Paul Verhoeven. 1987. Orion Home Video. 103 minutes. $89.98. Rated R. Robocop Starring Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Daniel O'Herlihy, Ronny Cox. Directed by Paul Verhoeven. 1987. Orion Home Video. 103 minutes. $89.98. Rated R. This frequently droll sci-fi
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HAL WALLIS, PRODUCER OF FILM CLASSICS, DEAD AT 88
NYTimes - over 30 years
Hal B. Wallis, who produced, co-produced or supervised the production of more than 400 films during a career that spanned half a century, has died at his home in Rancho Mirage, Calif. Mr. Wallis, who was 88 years old and had had diabetes for some time, died in his sleep Sunday; the news of his death was withheld until after a private funeral
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HAL B. WALLIS, FILM PRODUCER, IS DEAD
NYTimes - over 30 years
Hal B. Wallis, who produced, co-produced or supervised the production of more than 400 films during a career that spanned half a century, has died at his home in Rancho Mirage, Calif. Mr. Wallis, who was 88 years old and had had diabetes for some time, died in his sleep Sunday; the news of his death was withheld until after a private funeral
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Martha Hyer
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2014
    Age 89
    She died on May 31, 2014, at the age of 89 from natural causes, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she had lived for many years.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1974
    Age 49
    Her final film role was in The Day of the Wolves (1971) and her final television role was in a 1974 episode of McCloud.
    More Details Hide Details At age 50, she retired from acting. Hyer enjoyed a quiet retirement through the 1980s and 1990s.
  • 1967
    Age 42
    In 1967, she starred in the film drama Some May Live, and in the crime comedy The Happening as the wife of a kidnapped mobster played by Anthony Quinn, and later in the 1969 suspense film Crossplot with Roger Moore.
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  • 1966
    Age 41
    In 1966, she was in The Chase, which stars Marlon Brando, directed by Arthur Penn.
    More Details Hide Details On television, she guest-starred on The Beverly Hillbillies in the episode The Richest Woman, in which she plays "Tracy Richards," the world's richest woman.
  • 1965
    Age 40
    Also in 1965, she was in The Sons of Katie Elder, a western with John Wayne.
    More Details Hide Details She guest-starred on the television series Bewitched as "Margaret Marshall," a wealthy seductive woman.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1964
    Age 39
    By 1964, Hyer had turned 40 and after a decade of success, she began having trouble finding good roles and worked mainly in television and in European and American B-films.
    More Details Hide Details She did appear in two episodes of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, (A Piece Of Action in 1962 and Crimson Witness in 1965).
  • 1958
    Age 33
    For the 1958 drama Some Came Running, which was directed by Vincente Minnelli and stars Frank Sinatra, Hyer was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
    More Details Hide Details Soon after, she had supporting roles in the Oscar-nominated films The Big Fisherman (1959) and The Best of Everything (1959), which stars Joan Crawford. Hyer started the 1960s with a supporting role in Ice Palace (1960), a drama with Richard Burton, and The Last Time I Saw Archie (1961), a comedy with Robert Mitchum. Next she was in A Girl Named Tamiko (1962) with Laurence Harvey, the Oscar-nominated film Wives and Lovers, and the box-office hit The Carpetbaggers (1964).
    In 1958, Hyer appeared in a Playhouse 90 televised version of Reunion by Merle Miller, along with Frances Farmer.
    More Details Hide Details She next appeared in Paris Holiday (1958), a comedy with Bob Hope, and Houseboat (1958), an Oscar-nominated film starring Cary Grant.
  • 1957
    Age 32
    She was featured in Kelly and Me, a comedy with Van Johnson, and as Cordelia Bullock in the 1957 remake of My Man Godfrey with David Niven.
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  • 1956
    Age 31
    She next starred opposite Donald O'Connor in the comedy Francis in the Navy (1955) and in a 1956 televised version of Jezebel for Lux Video Theatre in which she played the lead role of Julie.
    More Details Hide Details She had supporting roles in the war story Battle Hymn (1957) with Rock Hudson and in the drama Mister Cory (1957) with Tony Curtis, directed by Blake Edwards.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1954
    Age 29
    Eventually she moved up the ranks, and starting in 1954, began receiving better roles, becoming a popular actress in Hollywood for the next decade.
    More Details Hide Details Hyer had a supporting role in the drama So Big (1953), which stars Jane Wyman, and was directed by Robert Wise. She followed this with westerns, Wyoming Renegades (1954) and The Battle of Rogue River (1954), and a musical comedy, Lucky Me (1954), which stars Doris Day. She then played Elizabeth Tyson, a socialite who almost loses her fiancé (William Holden) to Audrey Hepburn, in the Oscar-winning film Sabrina (1954).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1924
    Born
    Born on August 10, 1924.
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