Mary Beth Hughes
Actress
Mary Beth Hughes
Mary Beth Hughes was an American film, television, and stage actress best known for her roles in B movies.
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Mary Beth Hughes's personal information overview.
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From pyramids to pepperoni - NKU The Northerner Online
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He is the best boss I've ever had,” said third-year photography major Mary Hughes-White. “He helps people a lot. He's donated lunch to local charities. It's things like that that make it a better place to work.” His time and energy are wrapped up in
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Dickson Mounds: A view of the past, future - Canton Daily Ledger
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... Archeological Volunteer; Chadd Eaker, Intern; Kim Dunnigan, Office Manager and Educator; Christa Christensen, Assistant Curator of Education; Katie Connor, Education Volunteer; Tina Newlun, receptionist; and Mary Hughes, Museum Security
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Hampton Roads residents join the flow of evacuees - The Virginian-Pilot
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Others said before the mandatory evacuation order that they planned to stay put, including Mary Hughes, who was tending bar at the Willoughby Inn Seafood Restaurant. "I'm a lifer," Hughes said of the thin peninsula of land that was created by a
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Mary Hughes Bilodeaux - Siskiyou Daily News
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By Anonymous Mary Hughes Bilodeaux was a kind and gentle soul with a heart bigger than her whole human body. She taught as many adults as she did children through her exceptional example. She was a teacher of kindness, compassion and generosity
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Wisconsin Franciscan named new LCWR president during four-day assembly - The Pilot
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Sister Mary Hughes, prioress of the Sisters of St. Dominic of Amityville, NY, is pictured in a 2009 photo. Sister Hughes is the new president of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz,
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100-year-old Westbourne Park pensioner misses out on Queen's birthday card - Westminster Chronicle
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Mary Hughes celebrated her 100th birthday with friends and family at the Westmead Elderly Resource Centre, in Tavistock Road, Westbourne Park, on Friday last week. She was born in Monaghan, Ireland, where she worked on her parents' farm for several
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LCWR embraces 'a new way' of religious life at annual meeting - Catholic Culture
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Sister Florence Deacon was elected president of the LCWR, after the outgoing leader, Sister Mary Hughes, spoke about the need to offer forgiveness, citing the example of saints who forgave their persecutors. The LCWR meeting took place amid an
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Mary Fleming Fowler, 55, graphics designer - Atlanta Journal Constitution
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Mary Hughes Frye of Atlanta said Ms. Fowler took just as much painstaking care with birthday and other holiday missives that she made for friends. "Mary made fabulous, inventive cards, often in what looked like gift boxes," she said
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Piney Flats Celebration - WCYB
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For example their school, Mary Hughes Middle School, ever wonder where it got its name? "It was established in the beginning in 1897. The land was donated by Samuel Hughes and the school was named after his wife Mary," Says new principal Alesia
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CANCER SURVIVORS, PATIENTS INVITED TO WEBCAST & PANEL DISCUSSION AT MD ... - The Cypress Times
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The MD Anderson expert panel on fear of recurrences and late effects will include Mary Hughes, MS, Advanced Practice Nurse, Psychiatry and PK Morrow, MD, Assistant Professor, Breast Medical Oncology. The MD Anderson Regional Care Center in The
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Services set for pastor emeritus - Daily Local News
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Joseph Meehan; his sister, Margaret Mary Hughes; and nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brothers, Dr. John J. Meehan and Monsignor James H. Meehan. The Reception of the Body will be held at 4 pm Wednesday, July 27, at Ss. Simon and Jude
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Reception honors Sisters of Mercy for years of service at St. Jerome Hospital - The Daily News Online
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From left, Sister Margaret Mary Hughes, Mark C. Schoell, Justin Calarco-Smith and Sister Nancy Hoff show a collage unveiled a the ''Tribute to Sisters of Mercy” Friday afternoon at the Jerome Center on Bank Street. Those words, spoken by William F
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Walker-Obit - Helena Daily World
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... Ohio, Odessa Smith of Peachtree, Ga., Elnora Hughes, Mary Hughes of Chicago, Christine Craig(Leroy) of Helena-West Helena, Doris Davis, Deloris Parker, Earnestine Brown of Saginaw, Mich., Linda(Michael) Jackson of Milwaukee; and 21 grandchildren,
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In Judge Nikkia's Court, A Response to Teen Crime - The Brooklyn Ink
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“Best thing I've ever seen in action,” said Mary Hughes, an assistant district attorney, of the youth court. The Brownsville Youth Court is scheduled to hear eight cases per week. Experiences vary, but Jackson said that most young offenders are
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LINDA CARROLL CALIGUIRE - Clay Today Online
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She is also survived by her siblings, Josie Smederovac, Mary Hughes, Jim Withrow (Barbara), Pat Ashby, as well as numerous grandchildren, and great grandchildren. There are no scheduled services at this time. In lieu of flowers the family is requesting
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Helensburgh and District Open Bowling Tournament takes place - Lennox Herald
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Also, in the ladies' pairs, Cardross's Jean Bell and Mary Morrison lost to Mary Hughes and Sandra Glaisher from Garelochhead. Tuesday evening saw the start of the popular mixed pairs competition, and on Wednesday, the mixed triples and senior singles
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Flotilla ends its run to Gaza after 'death of a thousand paper cuts' - Toronto Star
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She along with Canadian Mary Hughes-Thompson, 77, temporarily broke the blockade and successfully sailed to Gaza in 2008. She was on the US boat Audacity of Hope, but it, too, was stopped by coast guard and paperwork. “This is my baby,” she said,
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'The blockade has moved to the ports of Greece' - Toronto Star
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The oldest is Mary Hughes-Thompson, 77, who helped found the Free Gaza Movement and successfully sailed with aid to Gaza in 2008, temporarily breaking the blockade. She wishes to once again see the people of Gaza greet the boat
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mary Beth Hughes
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1995
    Age 73
    Hughes died at the age of 73 on August 27, 1995, of natural causes in Los Angeles.
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  • 1991
    Age 69
    She closed the shop in the late 1980s and began working as a telemarketer until 1991, when she was laid off.
    More Details Hide Details As a starlet under contract with MGM, Hughes went on studio-appointed dates with several actors, including Lew Ayres, Franchot Tone, Mickey Rooney, and James Stewart. While under contract to Fox, she also went on prearranged dates with Milton Berle and George Montgomery.
  • FIFTIES
  • 1976
    Age 54
    Hughes' last onscreen appearance was in the 1976 film Tanya.
    More Details Hide Details In the late 1970s Hughes opened a beauty parlor in Canoga Park, California.
    In 1976 she again retired from show business, explaining that she was "tired of auditioning for sexy grandma roles."
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  • 1973
    Age 51
    In 1973 Hughes married her manager, Nicky Stewart, but that marriage also ended in divorce four years later.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1970
    Age 48
    In 1970 she landed a regular role on The Red Skelton Show, appearing in 11 episodes before the show ended later that year.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1961
    Age 39
    In 1961, Hughes decided to retire from acting and began working as a receptionist in a plastic surgeon's office, although she continued her appearances in nightclubs.
    More Details Hide Details The following year she directed and starred in a Los Angeles production of Pajama Top. For the rest of the '60s she would go on to appear in television shows like Rawhide and Dennis the Menace.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1948
    Age 26
    On April 28, 1948, she married singer/actor David Street. The marriage ended in divorce on January 23, 1956.
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  • 1943
    Age 21
    After her romance with Stack ended, Hughes married actor Ted North in 1943.
    More Details Hide Details The couple had one son, Donald, before divorcing in 1947.
    Fox did not renew her contract when it expired in 1943, and the following year she began appearing in a nightclub act and soon signed a three-picture deal with Universal Pictures.
    More Details Hide Details Her most famous role was as Henry Fonda's former girlfriend in the Best Picture Academy Award nominee, The Ox-Bow Incident (1943). Throughout the mid-40s and early '50s, Hughes appeared in film and television roles, including the cult classic I Accuse My Parents (which was later parodied on Mystery Science Theater 3000), Waterfront at Midnight, Wanted: Dead or Alive (episode "Secret Ballot"),The Devil's Henchman, The Abbott and Costello Show, Dragnet and Studio One.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1940
    Age 18
    In 1940, against Fox's wishes, Hughes began a relationship with actor Robert Stack.
    More Details Hide Details The romance lasted a year.
    In 1940 Hughes was offered a contract with 20th Century-Fox.
    More Details Hide Details Later that year she landed a role opposite John Barrymore in The Great Profile, a part she later noted as one of her favorites.
  • 1939
    Age 17
    Hyde landed Hughes a contract with MGM, and she soon landed a small, uncredited role in the 1939 film Broadway Serenade.
    More Details Hide Details After Broadway Serenade, Hughes appeared in other bit parts in films including The Women with Norma Shearer, Dancing Co-Ed with Lana Turner, and the Busby Berkeley film Fast and Furious.
  • 1937
    Age 15
    Upon graduating from high school in 1937, she returned to Brown's theater company, where she continued to appear in various stage productions until the summer of 1938, when she relocated to Los Angeles with her mother to pursue a film career.
    More Details Hide Details After six months of failing to land movie roles, Hughes and her mother made plans to return to Washington, D.C., until Hughes met an agent, Wally Ross. Ross introduced Hughes to powerful William Morris agent Johnny Hyde.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1923
    Age 1
    She was born Mary Elizabeth Hughes in Alton, Illinois. Hughes' parents, George Joseph Hughes and Mary Frances Hughes, separated when she was an infant and divorced in 1923.
    More Details Hide Details After the divorce, Hughes's mother moved with her only child to Washington, D.C. Hughes' grandmother, Flora Fosdick, was described as a "star of grand opera and drama who played with Ethel Barrymore on the stage." As a child, Hughes began acting in stage productions. While acting in a school play in the early 1930s, her performance caught the attention of Clifford Brown, a repertory theater company owner, who offered her a part in a touring production of Alice in Wonderland. While touring with another production in Brown's company, she was offered a contract from a talent scout with Gaumont-British Studios but declined the offer to finish high school.
  • OTHER
  • 1915
    Age -7
    Born in 1915.
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