Trish Van Devere
American actor
Trish Van Devere
Trish Van Devere is an American actress.
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La princesa Grace y el “Rey del Mambo” Dámaso Pérez Prado murieron un día como hoy - Andina
Google News - over 5 years
El actor estadounidense George C. Scott, quien participa en películas como "El exorcista III" y "Titanic", se casa con la actriz Trish Van Devere. Scott muere el 22 de setiembre de 1999. 1973. - Nace el rapero estadounidense Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones,
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La Costa, un capricho made in Hollywood - La Opinión de Málaga
Google News - over 5 years
La francesa fue sustituida por Trish Van Devere, que resultó de su agrado, muy de su agrado. Tanto como para traicionar a su novia, Colleen Dewhurst, también protagonista, y montar un infierno de opereta para escarnio de todos los que participaban en
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The MOD Quad: Blood Bath, Burn Witch Burn, Harry In Your Pocket, and Keaton's Cop - Film School Rejects
Google News - over 5 years
Two newbies to the game (Michael Sarrazin and Trish Van Devere) have some trouble in a train station and find themselves in need of assistance. The quartet comes together and they form a solid team of thieves, but while they share a desire to break and
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1973-1980 Mercedes 450SL: Not-Quite Classics - Motor Authority
Google News - over 5 years
On television the gift of one was the clue that led Lt. Columbo to finger Trish Van Devere as a murderer while Stephanie Powers and Robert Wagner of Hart to Hart sleuthed in one. At one point on television in the late '70s they became almost ridiculous
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'They Slept in Great Neck' Film Festival - Great Neck Record
Google News - over 5 years
The film stars George Segal (used to live in Great Neck), Ruth Gordon, Trish Van Devere and Ron Leibman. This is an outrageous film that shows how a son tries almost everything to get rid of his mom. Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988) will be shown
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Sidney Michaels, 83, Author Of Hit Broadway Shows
NYTimes - almost 6 years
Sidney Michaels, a playwright who was nominated for Tony Awards in three consecutive seasons in the 1960s, died on April 22 in Westport, Conn. He was 83. His daughter-in-law, Jennifer Jennings, confirmed his death. Mr. Michaels had Alzheimer's disease. Mr. Michaels made a splash on Broadway in 1962 with his play ''Tchin-Tchin,'' an Americanized
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In the Region/Connecticut; In Built-Up Greenwich, Subdividing by Nibbling
NYTimes - over 13 years
THE breakup of large estates in Greenwich, a town fiercely protective of its green space, has often been a cause for local consternation, if not outright mourning. But the sales of private parcels from estates or the subdividing of expansive properties have been infrequent events. Recently, however, a combination of factors has created a rising
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George C. Scott, Celebrated for 'Patton' Role, Dies at 71
NYTimes - over 17 years
George C. Scott, an actor of extraordinary range and daring, celebrated for his performances as Gen. George S. Patton Jr. in the movie ''Patton'' and as Shakespeare's Richard III (in Central Park) and for his roles in countless other films and plays, died on Wednesday in his office in Westlake Village, Calif., near Los Angeles. He was 71. The cause
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FILM; For Carl Reiner, The Comic Touch Is Hands-Off Magic
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: Remember the scene from ''Where's Poppa?'' in which the shy, mother-dominated lawyer played by George Segal tries to seduce the ethereal nurse played by Trish Van Devere while the two are standing upright on a bed that offers them no support at all? Remember the scene from ''Where's Poppa?'' in which the shy, mother-dominated lawyer played by
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FILM; Belatedly, the 'Plot Against Harry' Hatches
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: Like a man who appreciates equally a good joke at his expense and his ultimate vindication, Michael Roemer recalls the day in 1970 that he showed the movie he had just finished to executives of Columbia Pictures. Written and directed by Mr. Roemer, it is an intricate but low-key black-and-white comedy about a small-time Jewish racketeer
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Review/Film; On Mormons and Mayhem
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: If ''Messenger of Death,'' the Charles Bronson movie that opened yesterday in neighborhood theaters, were a novel, it could be called a decent page turner, one that holds the eye and makes one wonder whodunit. If ''Messenger of Death,'' the Charles Bronson movie that opened yesterday in neighborhood theaters, were a novel, it could be called
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NBC DROPS 35-YEAR-OLD SOAP OPERA
NYTimes - over 30 years
''Search for Tomorrow,'' television's longest-running soap opera, has been canceled, NBC announced yesterday. The daytime drama had its premiere on CBS on Sept. 3, 1951. It moved to NBC in 1982. The final episode will be shown on Dec. 26, Brian Frons, vice president for daytime programming at the network, said in a statement. NBC said ''Search for
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Former Stars Return For Soap's Anniversary
NYTimes - over 30 years
NBC's ''Search for Tomorrow,'' the longest-running soap opera in television history, is 35 years old, and later this month several of its former stars - Joel Higgins, Ken Kercheval, Don Knotts, Hal Linden and Robert Mandan - will return to help the show celebrate its anniversary. The actors are taping one-minute segments that will be telecast at
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A COOLER GEORGE C. SCOTT STAYS BUSY
NYTimes - over 31 years
He has long been notorious for behavior that ranges from the merely curmudgeonly to the truly alarming, his rages having run to the destruction of entire hotel rooms, not to mention himself, as on one memorable night when he punched his fist into a mirror between acts, gouging his hand so badly he had to finish the play wearing a rubber glove to
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THEATER: 'JUNO'S SWANS,' A COMEDY
NYTimes - over 31 years
THE mission of Off Broadway's Second Stage is to give a second chance to valuable plays that might have been ill served or ignored in their initial productions. ''Juno's Swans,'' the company's latest offering, is a new play, not a revival, with a different but related goal: It provides a forum for four talented actresses who are apparently
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CRICTICS' CHOICES
NYTimes - over 32 years
Film buffs eager for something a little different can sample a pair of ''sleepers'' - ''The Naked Spur'' (1953) and ''One Is a Lonely Number'' (1972). That industry label means good, unexpected surprises - well- reviewed movies often with elusive titles and short on star dazzle. Here are a western as taut and tough as they come and a charming study
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RECENT RELEASES ON VIDEO CASSETTES
NYTimes - over 32 years
Where's Poppa? Starring George Segal, Ruth Gordon, Ron Leibman, Trish Van Devere; directed by Carl Reiner, 1970 Key Video 87 minutes. $59.98 Irreverent, foulmouthed and very funny, this matricidal romp might well serve as a litmus test for other movies that aspire to be known as comedies. With a keen, nasty eye for New York's denizens -
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'HAUNTED' ON AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE
NYTimes - almost 33 years
WHEN Brooke Adams arrives home, in Michael Roemer's ''Haunted,'' she is carrying a copy of Brooke Hayward's ''Haywire.'' The choice of reading matter is no coincidence. Both the book and Michael Roemer's television film, presented tonight at 9 on American Playhouse on Channel 13, deal with unhappy families and forlorn daughters who survive as an
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IS THIS A DIFFERENT GEORGE C. SCOTT?
NYTimes - over 34 years
It is the first runthrough of ''Present Laughter,'' and George C. Scott, star and director of the Noel Coward comedy - which opens Thursday at the Circle in the Square - is talking to the rest of the cast and a small audience of friends. Wearing an old safari jacket and looking considerably more like General Patton than one of Coward's urbane
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MOVIES ON CABLE
NYTimes - over 35 years
There is an ever-growing number of subscription cable services offering uncut, uninterrupted feature films for at-home viewing. And their programming overlaps considerably, at least when it comes to big-hit films. Nevertheless, here is a guide to some of the ways in which these services vary: Home Box Office - HBO launched the format of offering
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Trish Van Devere
    FIFTIES
  • 1994
    Age 50
    Van Devere performed frequently in both television and film until 1994, and appeared in programmes such as The Fall Guy, Hardcastle and McCormick, Highway to Heaven and Love Boat.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1978
    Age 34
    She also starred alongside Peter Falk in a 1978 episode of the long-running detective drama series Columbo, entitled "Make Me a Perfect Murder", in which she portrayed high-flying TV producer Kay Freestone.
    More Details Hide Details After a long acting career, Van Devere settled down in Broad Beach, Malibu, CA with her husband George C. Scott. After five years of living in Broad Beach, Van Devere and George C. Scott moved to Retreat Court, a gated community in Malibu. Finally, when Scott was aged 67 and Van Devere was in her 50s, the couple adopted George D. Scott, the son of Van Devere's brother, George Dressel.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1972
    Age 28
    Van Devere was born as Patricia Louise Dressel in Tenafly, New Jersey. She was married to the actor George C. Scott from 1972 until his death in 1999.
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  • 1968
    Age 24
    Van Devere played the original Meredith Lord on One Life to Live in 1968, as well as the lead in the 1972 film One is a Lonely Number, for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe award.
    More Details Hide Details She appeared alongside Scott in The Last Run (1971), The Day of the Dolphin, and The Savage is Loose (both 1973, the latter film directed by Scott himself), Beauty and the Beast (1976, for television), Movie Movie (1978), and The Changeling (1980).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1943
    Born
    Born on March 9, 1943.
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