Actresses of the 50s and 60s

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Lee Remick plays baseball

In 1935, American on August 15, 2017 at 10:32 am

Lee Remick (1935 – 1991), the alluring actress who gained fame as the haunting alcoholic in “The Days of Wine and Roses,” died Tuesday at her Brentwood home of cancer. The versatile performer–known for her talent in blending the innocence of youth and the sensuality of womanhood–was 55.

Lee Remick for Anatomy of A Murder 1959

In 1935, American on July 31, 2017 at 1:53 pm

Lee Remick (1935-91) treads beautifully a fine line between never-resolved uncertainties as the wife of the lieutenant. Outside of the fact that this drama gets a little tiring in spots—in its two hours and forty minutes, most of which is spent in court—it is well nigh flawless as a picture of an American court at work, of small-town American characters and of the average sordidness of crime. Bosley Crowther, NY Times

Lee Remick 1935 – 1991

In 1935, American on July 30, 2017 at 7:37 am

Lee Remick (1935 – 1991), the alluring actress who gained fame as the haunting alcoholic in “The Days of Wine and Roses,” died Tuesday at her Brentwood home of cancer. The versatile performer–known for her talent in blending the innocence of youth and the sensuality of womanhood–was 55.

Lee Remick reading a script

In 1935, American on July 22, 2017 at 1:11 pm

Lee Remick (1935 – 1991), the alluring actress who gained fame as the haunting alcoholic in “The Days of Wine and Roses,” died Tuesday at her Brentwood home of cancer. The versatile performer–known for her talent in blending the innocence of youth and the sensuality of womanhood–was 55.

Lee Remick in ‘Wild River’ 1960

In 1935, American on March 2, 2017 at 1:48 pm

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Lee Remick and Jack Lemmon

In 1935, American on February 18, 2017 at 1:25 am

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Lee Remick (1935 – 1991), the alluring actress who gained fame as the haunting alcoholic in “The Days of Wine and Roses,” died Tuesday at her Brentwood home of cancer. The versatile performer–known for her talent in blending the innocence of youth and the sensuality of womanhood–was 55.

Lee Remick 1935 – 1991

In 1935, American on February 18, 2017 at 1:07 am

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Lee Remick 1961

In 1935, American on February 10, 2017 at 10:50 am

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Lee Remick, the alluring actress who gained fame as the haunting alcoholic in “The Days of Wine and Roses,” died Tuesday at her Brentwood home of cancer. The versatile performer–known for her talent in blending the innocence of youth and the sensuality of womanhood–was 55.

Lee Remick in ‘Hard Contract’ 1969

In 1935, American on February 9, 2017 at 9:38 am

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Lee Remick at age 34. “As a veteran movie hard guy, the craggy faced Mr. Coburn performs casually with the assurance of a man used to this sort of job. Miss Remick, as attractive as any Spanish countryside, is intermittently effective as his lovetorn pursuer.NY Times.

Lee Remick (1935 – 1991)

In 1935, American on February 6, 2017 at 10:31 am

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Lee Remick; Actress’ Long Career Spanned TV Dramas, Stage, Film. July 03, 1991|BURT A. FOLKART | Los Angeles Times Staff Writer. Lee Remick, the alluring actress who gained fame as the haunting alcoholic in “The Days of Wine and Roses,” died Tuesday at her Brentwood home of cancer. The versatile performer–known for her talent in blending the innocence of youth and the sensuality of womanhood–was 55. … The actress appeared in 28 motion pictures, including “A Face in the Crowd,” “The Long Hot Summer,” “Experiment in Terror,” “Wild River,” “Sanctuary,” “The Wheeler Dealers,” “Travelin’ Lady,” “Anatomy of a Murder,” “Tribute” and “The Omen.