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Katharine Cornell (1893–1974)

Katharine Cornell was born on February 16, 1893 in Berlin, Germany. She is known for her work on Stage Door Canteen (1943), The Unconquered (1954) and There Shall Be No Night (1957). She was married to Guthrie McClintic. She died on June 9, 1974 in Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts, USA. See full bio »

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 1957 There Shall Be No Night (TV Movie)
Miranda Valkay
 1943 Stage Door Canteen
Katherine Cornell
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 1940 No Time for Comedy (producer: stage play)
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 1954 The Unconquered (Documentary)
Herself - Narrator (voice)

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Stage Play: The Barretts of Wimpole Street. Comedy (revival). See more »

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We opened up the road. We made "The Barretts [of Wimpole Street]" and "Candida" pay for Shakespeare. "The Barretts" never played to an empty house - the receipts would be something like $33,000, then about $28,000 for "Candida" and for "Juliet" about $18,000 to $19,000, so that we came back having more than broken even. We really felt prideful. We continued like that for many years, alternatively... See more »


Won Broadway's 1948 Tony Award as Best Actress (Dramatic) for a revival of Shakespeare's "Antony and Cleopatra" - an award shared with Judith Anderson for "Medea" and Jessica Tandy for "A Streetcar Named Desire". See more »


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