Who Won the 1951
Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress

Josephine Hull

("Harvey")

1950 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner
1952  Winner

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'Ooh-ahh Bob Booker!' Big interview with Sheffield United legend ahead of Steel City Derby

The Star
On his decision to write a book, Booker, due to return to Sheffield for a book signing ahead of the Blades' home game with Hull in early November, said: “I have read a lot of autobiographies about players at a higher level who, after four or five years ...

1951 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner Josephine Hull News

BWW Review: Mirthful Murder and Mayhem Take Center Stage in Granite's ARSENIC AND OLD LACE

Broadway World
The stage production first bowed in New York in 1941 and ran for over three years on Broadway, with an acclaimed and enduring film adaptation starring Cary Grant, Josephine Hull, Raymond Massey, and Peter Lorre gracing the silver screen in 1944.

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A Kinder, Gentler Harvey Is on Display at AD Players

Houston Press
Josephine Hull, who played sister Veta onstage, won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. The play creaks at times and is a trifle musty, but it has an uplifting message of being true to yourself, even if you're an alcoholic, fun-loving, terribly ...

1951 Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner Josephine Hull News

Weekend Interview: Ooh-Aah Bob Booker – Sheffield United fans' favourite

Yorkshire Post
... may have lasted just three years after joining from Brentford. But what a three years. On his decision to write a book, Booker, due to return to Sheffield for a book signing ahead of the Blades' home game with Hull in early November, said: “I have ...

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