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Glenn Ford
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John Cheever
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Charles Bronson
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Frank Sinatra
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Suzy Parker
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Joan Crawford
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Hope Lange

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Hope Lange

American film, stage, and television actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1933.

Countries: United States (67%), Maine (10%), California (7%)

Main connections: Glenn Ford, John Cheever, Peyton Place (film)

Linked to: Barmore Junior College, Democratic Party

 

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Born in 1933, Lange would have been 17 years old in February 1951 add something

 

Hope Lange was born in 1933 add something


1937

The name was "Minette's of Washington Square", although some sources confuse it with "Minetta Tavern", an Italian restaurant on Macdougal Street founded in 1937 add something


1942

Hope sang with other children in the play "Life, Laughter and Tears", which opened at the Booth Theatre in March 1942 add something

 

John Lange died in September 1942 but the family stayed in New York City add something


1944

Minette ran a restaurant on Macdougal Street near Washington Square Park from 1944 to 1956 add something

 

"Mrs. Minette Buddecke Lange, who ran Minette's restaurant in Macdougal Street from 1944 to 1956, died Oct. 23 in a nursing home in Hanover, N. H. Her age was 71 add something


1945

Eleanor Roosevelt lived at 29 Washington Square West from 1945 to 1949 When her photo appeared in the newspaper, she received an offer to work as a New York City advertising model add something


1949

This portable radio built into a pith helmet was a sensation in 1949 add something

 

She appeared on the June 1949 cover of "Radio-Electronics" magazine wearing the "Man from Mars" Radio Hat add something


1950

She began working in television in the 1950s with appearances on "Kraft Television Theatre", which caught the eye of a Hollywood producer add something


1951

Also, a short feature story was published in February 1951 about Hope Lange's culinary skills add something


1956

Lange's first marriage was to actor Don Murray in 1956; they had two children, actor Christopher Murray and photographer Patricia Murray add something

 

Lange came to prominence in her first film role in "Bus Stop" with Marilyn Monroe and Don Murray, whom she married on April 14, 1956 add something


1957

As a result of favorable reviews, Lange landed a major role in the then-risqué 1957 film "Peyton Place" add something

 

She went on to appear in Nicholas Ray's 1957 film, "The True Story of Jesse James" as James' wife, opposite Robert Wagner add something


1958

She starred as the wife of Jeffrey Hunter's character in Anton Myrer's wartime drama "In Love and War" in 1958 add something


1959

These roles eventually led to Lange earning top billing in 1959's "The Best of Everything", with Suzy Parker and Joan Crawford add something


1960

Lange was a lifelong Democrat and in 1960 she was in attendance at the Democratic Convention in Los Angeles, California add something

 

John Cheever - He began an affair with actress Hope Lange in the late 1960s

 

Glenn Ford - He had a long-term relationship with actress Hope Lange in the early 1960s, although they never married


1961

Lange appeared as Elvis Presley's older psychologist love interest in "Wild in the Country" in 1961, despite being only 26 at the time add something

 

Lange left Don Murray in 1961 for actor Glenn Ford, associate producer and co-star of "A Pocketful of Miracles" add something


1963

She left acting for three years after her October 19, 1963, marriage to producer-director, Alan J. Pakula, whom she divorced in 1971 add something


1966

Lange returned to television for a 1966 role in the series "The Fugitive" add something


 

She starred from 1968 to 1970 in the popular television series, "The Ghost & Mrs. Muir" for which she earned two Emmy awards and a Golden Globe award nomination add something


1971

This success was followed by three seasons on "The New Dick Van Dyke Show" as Dick Van Dyke's wife, Jenny Preston, from 1971 to 1974, declining to return for a fourth season of the show add something


1972

In 1972 she dated Frank Sinatra and began a relationship with married novelist John Cheever add something


1976

The 1976 and earlier editions give the year of birth as 1933 add something


1977

In 1977, she returned to the Broadway stage where her acting career had originally begun add something


1986

In 1986, she married theatrical producer Charles Hollerith, with whom she remained the rest of her life add something


1994

She took a Broadway role in "Same Time, Next Year" and made appearances in the television movie based on Danielle Steel's "Message from Nam" and in 1994's "Clear and Present Danger" add something


1998

Lange made appearances in the Maine town in which "Peyton Place" had been filmed during the film's 40th anniversary celebrations in 1998 add something


Hope Lange died in 2003 add something

 

Lange died on December 19, 2003, at St. John's Hospital in Santa Monica, California, as a result of an ischemic colitis infection at the age of 70 add something


2017

Elisabeth Shue - In 2017 she will be appearing in "Battle of the Sexes" opposite Steve Carell and Emma_Stone; and Eli Roth's remake of "Death Wish" opposite Bruce Willis, playing his wife, played by Hope Lange in the original starring Charles Bronson, where the character was brutally raped and murdered