Ginger Rogers
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Janet Leigh
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Lesley Ann Warren
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Mrs. Miniver (film)
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Greer Garson
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Spring Byington
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Donald Crisp
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Walter Pidgeon

Knowledge Identifier: +Walter_Pidgeon


Walter Pidgeon

Canadian American actor who starred in many films, including Mrs add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1897.

Countries: United States (74%), United Kingdom (20%), Ireland (3%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Ginger Rogers, Janet Leigh, Lesley Ann Warren

Linked to: Republican Party, University of New Brunswick, University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine




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Walter Pidgeon was born in 1897 add something


Mrs. Miniver (film) - Miniver"' is a 1942 British dramatic film directed by William Wyler, and starring Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon


How Green Was My Valley (film) - "How Green Was My Valley" was adapted as a radio play on the March 22, 1942 broadcast of the Ford Theatre, with Sara Allgood, Donald Crisp, Roddy McDowell, Maureen O'Hara and Walter Pidgeon


Bruce Marshall - His 1947 novel "Vespers in Vienna" was the basis of the 1949 film "The Red Danube" starring Walter Pidgeon, Ethel_Barrymore, Peter Lawford, Angela Lansbury and Janet Leigh


Janet Leigh - Immediately after the film's release, Leigh was cast opposite Walter Pidgeon and Deborah Kerr in "If Winter Comes" in the summer of 1947


Mrs. Miniver (film) - In 1950, a film sequel "The Miniver Story" was made with Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon reprising their roles


Cameron Hawley - Movie rights were sold to MGM, and Robert Wise directed the 1954 film, featuring William Holden, June Allyson, Barbara Stanwyck, Fredric March, Walter Pidgeon, Shelley_Winters and Nina Foch


Michael Ansara - In 1961, Ansara played the role of Miguel Alvarez in the film "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea", co-starring with Barbara Eden and Walter Pidgeon, who played the role of Admiral Harriman Nelson


Johnny Green - In 1965, Green conducted the music for that year's new adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein's only musical for television, "Cinderella", starring Lesley Ann Warren, Walter Pidgeon, Ginger_Rogers, and Stuart Damon


CBS - It was subsequently remade by CBS in 1965; that version starred Lesley Ann Warren, Stuart Damon, Ginger Rogers and Walter Pidgeon among others, and added a new song, "Loneliness of Evening", which had been composed for "South Pacific" in 1949 but not sung in that musical


Ziegfeld Follies - Brice appeared in the Follies for more than ten years and the 1968 Columbia release "Funny Girl", which starred Barbra Streisand as Brice and Walter Pidgeon as Florenz Ziegfeld, depicts Brice's success with the Follies


Bruce Geller - In 1973 he made his only venture into feature films, producing and directing "Harry in Your Pocket" starring James Coburn and Walter Pidgeon


George Macready - Macready died from emphysema in 1973, and he was among entertainers who donated their bodies to a medical school, joining Walter Pidgeon, Bobby_Darin, Butterfly McQueen, and Spring Byington

Walter Pidgeon died in 1984 add something


He died on September 25, 1984 in Santa Monica, California at age 87 following a series of strokes add something