Alice Faye
(Movies & TV)
Martha Scott
(Movies & TV)
Kirk Douglas
(Movies & TV)
Elizabeth Montgomery
(Movies & TV)
Elvis Presley
Teresa Wright
(Movies & TV)
Gene Tierney
(Movies & TV)

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Dorothy McGuire

Knowledge Identifier: +Dorothy_McGuire


Dorothy McGuire

American actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1916.

Country: United States (100%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Alice Faye, Martha Scott, Kirk Douglas

Linked to: Life, Pine Manor Junior College




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Dorothy McGuire was born in 1916 add something


Teresa Wright - Following her high school graduation in 1938, she went to New York, changed her name to "Teresa Wright", and was hired as understudy to Dorothy McGuire and Martha Scott for the role of Emily in Thornton Wilder's stage production of "Our Town" at Henry Miller's Theatre


By 1943, at the age of 27, she was already playing mother roles, in such movies as "A Tree Grows In Brooklyn" add something


A Letter to Three Wives - Even before a script was finished, Gene Tierney, Linda Darnell, Maureen O'Hara, Dorothy McGuire and Alice Faye were cast in "A Letter to Five Wives" in November 1946


She was nominated for the Academy award for Best Actress in 1947 for "Gentleman's Agreement" add something


Richard Egan (actor) - In 1956, he starred as Elvis Presley's older brother in Presley's first film, "Love Me Tender," and in 1959 was the male lead opposite Dorothy McGuire in "A Summer Place"


Elizabeth Montgomery - She played a rare villainous role in the 1985 television movie "Amos", as a vicious nurse in a home for senior citizens who abuses her wards, played by, among others, Kirk Douglas and Dorothy McGuire


McGuire died of cardiac arrest following a brief illness at the age of 85 in 2001 add something

Dorothy McGuire died in 2001 add something


McGuire died of cardiac arrest on Thursday, September 13, 2001 following a brief illness at the age of 85, two days after the 9/11 attacks add something


Richard B. Jewell, "Slow Fade to Black: The Decline of RKO Radio Pictures", Uni of California, 2016 add something