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Kate Keller (Character)
from The Miracle Worker (1962)

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The Miracle Worker -- The story of Anne Sullivan's struggle to teach the blind and deaf Helen Keller how to communicate.

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  1. Point of View of Helen Keller (2010) Played by Toni Elliott

  2. The Miracle Worker (2000) (TV) Played by Kate Greenhouse

  3. Monday After the Miracle (1998) (TV) Played by Christina Pickles
  4. Helen Keller (1996) (V) Played by Bridget Connors
    ... aka "Animated Hero Classics: Helen Keller" - USA (series title)

  5. Helen Keller: The Miracle Continues (1984) (TV) Played by Vera Miles

  6. The Miracle Worker (1979) (TV) Played by Diana Muldaur

  7. The Miracle Worker (1962) Played by Inga Swenson

  8. "Playhouse 90"
        - The Miracle Worker (1957) TV episode, Played by Katharine Bard
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  1. America at the Movies (1976) Played by Inga Swenson

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From The Miracle Worker (1962)
Captain Arthur Keller: From the minute she stepped off the train she's been nothing but a burden! Incompetent, impertinent, ineffectual, inmodest, and...
Kate Keller: She folded her napkin, Captain.
Captain Arthur Keller: She what?
Kate Keller: Not ineffectual. Helen did fold her napkin.
Captain Arthur Keller: What in heaven's name is so extraordinary about folding a napkin?
Kate Keller: Well, it's more than you did, Captain.
Captain Arthur Keller: Katie, the point is she's ruined any chance she ever had of getting along with the child. If you can see any point or purpose of her staying on here longer, it's more than I can.
Kate Keller: What do you wish me to do?
Captain Arthur Keller: I want you to give her notice!
Kate Keller: I can't.
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