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Katherine Locke (1910–1995)

Ms. Locke became the toast of Broadway's 1937 season when she starred with John Garfield in "Having a Wonderful Time", the Arthur Kober comedy. She was critically acclaimed as Ophelia in the Maurice Evans production of "Hamlet". Her other Broadway plays included "Fifth Column," with Lee J. Cobb, and "Clash by Night", with Tallulah Bankhead. See full bio »

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Known For

The Snake Pit
The Snake Pit Margaret
(1948)
People Will Talk
People Will Talk Miss James
(1951)
The Sound of Fury
(1950)
The Seventh Cross
The Seventh Cross Mrs. Sauer
(1944)

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 1958 A Certain Smile
Mme. Vallon
 1952 The Unexpected (TV Series)
Woman
- One for the Money (1952) ... Woman
 1952 Flesh and Fury
Mrs. Hollis
 1951 People Will Talk
Miss James
 1950 The Sound of Fury
Hazel
 1948 The Snake Pit
Margaret
 1944 Wilson
Helen Bones
 1936 Straight from the Shoulder
Gail Pyne
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Clash by Night (1941). See more »
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