She was magnificent. Loved her in "The Fountainhead."
She certainly went through a lot of painful episodes in her life.Jeff
Unfortunately, the Times obit left out the movie for which she is probably remembered the most for: THE DAT THE EARTH STOOD STILL. It surely has her most famous line ofdialogue, "Klattu barata nikto."
I'm still plumping for HUD. She's easily and by far the best thing about that film.
Well, let me amend that...her performance, and James Wong Howe's cinematography. Even the source novel pales in comparison.
Wonderful obit. I will always remember her in HUD.
Oh no! I remember a few roles she was in, notably THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL [noted above this] and I think she's in HUD (from the Horseman Pass By book).S
And BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S - which I guess was a minor role.
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