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Katherine Emery (I) (1906–1980)

Katherine Emery was born on October 11, 1906 in Birmingham, Alabama, USA as Katherine Drewry Emery. She was an actress, known for The Private Affairs of Bel Ami (1947), Strange Bargain (1949) and The Walls Came Tumbling Down (1946). She was married to Paul Conant Eaton. She died on February 7, 1980 in Portland, Maine, USA. See full bio »


(age 73) in Portland, Maine, USA

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Known For

Strange Bargain Edna Jarvis
The Locket Mrs. Willis


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 1953 The Maze
Edith Murray
 1952 Hiawatha
 1952 Untamed Frontier
Camilla Denbow
 1951 Payment on Demand
Pat Gates
 1949 Strange Bargain
Edna Jarvis
 1949 Chicken Every Sunday
Mrs. Mildred Lawson
 1948 Arch of Triumph
Grim Nurse (uncredited)
 1947 The Private Affairs of Bel Ami
Madame Walter
 1946 The Locket
Mrs. Willis
 1946 The Walls Came Tumbling Down
Mrs. Stoker
 1945 Isle of the Dead
Mrs. Mary St. Aubyn
 1942 Eyes in the Night
Cheli Scott
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 2015 3-D Rarities (Documentary)

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(1963 season) Helen Backlin, Paul Ballantyne, Graham Brown, Gordon Bryars, Zoe Caldwell, Charles Cioffi, Clayton Corzatte, Nicholas Coster, John Cromwell, Hume Cronyn, Judith Doty, Carol Emsjoff, Rita Gam, Ellen Geer, John Going, George Grizzard, Janet MacLachlan, Ruth Nelson, Robert Pastene, William Pogue, Ed Preble, Lee ... See more »

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First acting experience, while studying at Sweetbriar College. Later with the University Players at Cape Cod (they included James Stewart and Henry Fonda). First on Broadway in "Carrie Nation" (1932). Her greatest theatrical triumph was as one of the two head mistresses in Lillian Hellman's original production of "The Children's Hour" (1934-1936). Emery retired from acting in the early 1950's. See more »

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