Who Won the 1942
Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress

Mary Astor

("The Great Lie")

1941 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner
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A Comprehensive Guide to Film's Most Elusive Genre, Film Noir

The Courier
Coming out in 1941, The Maltese Falcon starred Humphrey Bogart in one of his break out roles, Mary Astor, Peter Lorre, and Sydney Greenstreet. Directed and written by John Huston, he takes the audience for a legendary ride of lies, deceit, and ...

1942 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner Mary Astor News

Movies: Richard Gere back with two May features

Allentown Morning Call
While the new-to-DVD "Smart Woman" (1931, Warner Archive, unrated, $20) doesn't reach those heights, it still gets a lot of things right, particularly the banter between a rich socialite (Mary Astor) and her pals after they agree to trick her ...

1942 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner Mary Astor News

Times Leader | Remember When: Coffee can taste a lot better in the ...

Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Ask an art aficionado why he likes Edward Hopper's famous painting “Nighthawks” and you'll probably hear something about isolation — people sitting in an ...

1942 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner Mary Astor News

That list of potential Quincy K-5 school names was excellent, but ...

Herald-Whig
The committee actually included one suggestion (Paul Tibbets) on its list, but I still think three others deserve strong consideration: Joe Bonansinga, Mary Astor and the Rev. Augustus Tolton. Bonansinga -- aka "Mr. Quincy" -- was not only known as a ...

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