What's in the basement of 'Get Out'? A metaphor.
The Boston Globe
Ruth Gordon and the rest of the Dakota crew from “Rosemary's Baby” would fit right in. “Get Out” walks an immensely tricky line with aplomb: It simultaneously parodies and reinvigorates horror movie clichés you've seen a zillion times. The more ...
Ruth V. Spangler
Nantucket Island Inquirer
Ruth graduated from the Henry T. Wing School in Sandwich in 1941 and attended the Cape Cod Secretarial School. As many Sandwich woman did during the war, Ruth worked at Camp Edwards as a stenographer, where she met her husband Gordon.
South Shore Oscar connections
The Patriot Ledger
In the Academy of Arts and Sciences 89-year history, only two winners have been from the South Shore. Quincy's Ruth Gordon won an Oscar as supporting actress in 1968 for "Rosemary's Baby." Peter Del Vecho, producer of the animated princess tale ...
People's Light stages an uproarious version of Thornton Wilder's 'The Matchmaker'
A formidable, complicated soul, Dolly was portrayed by no less a legend than Ruth Gordon in The Matchmaker's 1955 Broadway premiere (and by Carol Chaning in the comedy's more famous 1964 musical reincarnation, Hello, Dolly!) Dolly is, in a word, ...