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Mrs. Nicholas M. Schenck (1898–1987)

She was born Pansy Wilcox, one of the six children of Kentucky optometrist and drugstore owner James Wilcox. Her siblings included actress Ruth Selwyn, who was married to producer-director Edgar Selwyn, one of the founders of the Goldwyn Studios, and director Fred M. Wilcox, who directed Lassie Come Home (1943) and Forbidden Planet (1956). She was... See full bio »

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 1949 Mighty Manhattan, New York's Wonder City (Documentary short)
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Played the character "Mrs. Brainerd" in the revival of the Broadway comedy "Lightnin'" in 1938, billed as Pansy Wilcox. The play, which was heralded as "A Live Wire American Comedy," debuted at the John Golden Theatre on September 15, 1938 and ran for 54 performances.

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Pansy Schenck | Pansy Wilcox
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Born Pansy Wilcox, she was the sister of director Fred M. Wilcox, who directed Lassie Come Home (1943) and Forbidden Planet (1956), and actress Ruth Selwyn (born Ruth Wilcox), who was married to producer-director Edgar Selwyn, one of the founders of Goldwyn Pictures and who was instrumental in the establishment of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures. She was the mother-in-law of actor Helmut Dantine, of ... See more »

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