Who Won the 1948
Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor

Edmund Gwenn

("Miracle On 34th Street")

1947 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner
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La Voz del Interior
... entierra, desentierra y transporta varias veces el cadáver sobre cuya identidad se interrogan con perplejidad una solterona, un médico miope y un pintor abstracto. Con las actuaciones de Edmund Gwenn, John Forsythe. EE.UU., 1955, Digital, 1.39', AM13.

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Aisle Say On The Square: Where the Real Magic Is by David Spencer

Times Square Chronicles (press release) (registration)
There's an anecdote about actor Edmund Gwenn on his deathbed. You can Google what his final words actually were but the popular simplification of the tale goes that his visiting friend said, “This must be very difficult for you,” and Gwenn replied, “No.

1948 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner Edmund Gwenn News

Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rear Window,' 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' On Tap Tonight

New Philadelphia Times Reporter
The film stars Edmund Gwenn, John Forsythe, Shirley MacLaine, in her first film role; Jerry Mathers (before he became The Beaver), Mildred Natwick, and Mildred Dunnock. “The Man Who Knew Too Much,” which was released in 1956, airs at 12:15 p.m. This ...

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Sylvia Scarlett

Radio Times
Petty fraudster Edmund Gwenn and his daughter Katharine Hepburn (disguised as a boy to fool pursuing cops) join forces in England with cockney jewel thief Cary Grant, artist Brian Aherne, an eccentric maid and a Russian adventuress. Their picaresque ...

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