Johnny Belinda (1948) Poster


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Johnny Belinda (1959) (TV Movie)
Based on same play
Johnny Belinda (1967) (TV Movie)
Based on same play
Johnny Belinda (1969) (TV Mini-Series)
Based on same play
I Maria tis siopis (1973)
Based on same play
Johnny Belinda (1982) (TV Movie)
Based on same play

Referenced in 

El amor no es ciego (1950)
In a cabaret musical comedy about movies. The character of Belinda represents Hollywood films
The Screen Writer (1950) (Short)
You Bet Your Life: Episode #6.24 (1956) (TV Episode)
Answer to quiz question.
You Bet Your Life: Episode #11.1 (1960) (TV Episode)
In quiz question
Operación cabaretera (1967)
Hipólita calls the silent Chinese agent "Belindo."
Ellery Queen: The Adventure of the Mad Tea Party (1975) (TV Episode)
Emmy Reinhart (Julie Sommars) mentions having to give up a movie part, saying "It was a dreadful part, with no lines. Some deaf and dumb farm girl who gets forcibly compromised. Well, they gave it to Jane Wyman. I didn't want to play it anyway.". This refers to the role of Belinda McDonald, for which Wyman won an Academy Award.
Un cero a la izquierda (1980)
Referred to in dialog.
Bumbledown: The Lives and Times of Ronald Reagan (1989)
reference to Jane Wyman (Ronald Reagan's ex-wife) winning an Academy Award for her role
The Freshman (1990)
poster on the wall in Fleeber's office
El año de la garrapata (2004)
Fran's father says the very silent grandmother is like having the ghost of Belinda at home.

Featured in 

Great Performances: Music for the Movies: The Hollywood Sound (1995) (TV Episode)
excerpts scenes surrounding the rape to demonstrate the use of Max Steiner's score

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