Who Won the 1950
Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress

Mercedes McCambridge

("All The King's Men")

1949 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner
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Halloween

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The Exorcist — The 1973 film directed by William Friedkin features Linda Blair, Max von Sydow, Ellen Burstyn, Jason Miller, Lee J. Cobb, and the voice of Mercedes McCambridge, as part of the Thursday Night Thrillers series, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26 ...

1950 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner Mercedes McCambridge News

100 films to watch at Stanford

The Stanford Daily
Federico Fellini, st. Giulietta Masina, Italy. Drama, 104 minutes. M. Nino Rota. ZDVD 5433, 20054. Also on Kanopy. “Johnny Guitar” (1954). Dir., pr. Nicholas Ray, st. Joan Crawford, Sterling Hayden and Mercedes McCambridge, USA. Western, 110 minutes.

1950 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner Mercedes McCambridge News

10 Horror Movie Facts That you Probably Didn't Know

Horror Geek Life
Academy Award winning actress Mercedes McCambridge supplied The Exorcist with a terrifying and unforgettable demon voice, going to great lengths to do so. Per her own insistence, McCambridge swallowed raw eggs, chain smoked, and drank whiskey to ...

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'Don't Sleep': Film Review

Hollywood Reporter
... Hennessy) to see a shrink played by Cary Elwes, which is the second sign that we're in for heavy going. Later that night, the mother checks in on her son, who suddenly starts sounding like Mercedes McCambridge's gravelly demonic voice in The Exorcist.

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