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Patricia Morison , Basil Rathbone , and Nigel Bruce on the set of “Dressed to Kill” , 1946.🥀
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“Lamour plus Lamarr equals LaMorison.” That is how Paramount launched beautiful dark haired and exotic Patricia Morison (1915-) to audiences. Unfortunately they never really utilised her fully and within a decade Hollywood’s “Fire and Ice Girl” had left the screen to enjoy her most enduring success. Born in NYC the daughter of two feisty Irish parents. Her mother was in the British Intelligence in WWI and her father a sometime actor and playwright. Morison had intended to paint and use a scholarship to Paris. Instead bitten by the acting bug she would study acting at one time with legendary Martha Graham. Finding modest success on Broadway including being Hayes unused understudy in “Victoria Regina” she was discovered in the musical “The Two Bouquets” by a Paramount scout and her film career began in the B “Persons in Hiding.” During the new 3 years with officially the longest Rapunzel-like hair in Hollywood, she would work with Burns, MacMurray, Milland, Hayden and Foster without a major hit and increasingly as the second lead vamp to Carol in “One Night in Lisbon”, “Are Husbands Necessary?” with Field and Lamour in “Beyond the Blue Horizon.” Leaving Paramount when she was replaced by Lake in “The Glass Key”, as a freelance it was more of the same. Second lead and often the bad girl in “The Fallen Sparrow”, Tracy and Hepburn’s “Without Love”, “Lady on a Train”, a beautiful Empress Eugenie briefly in “The Song of Bernadette”, the star of B’s “Tarzan and the Huntress”, or a Sherlock Holmes or Nick and Nora Charles instalment. After enduring the loss of a juicy role in “Kiss of Death” left on the cutting room floor, it was when singing for Cole Porter that he knew immediately he had found his fiery Lilli Vanessi. Starring with Drake in the smash “Kiss Me Kate”, Porter’s greatest success also became Morison’s as she introduced the standards “So In Love”, “Wonderbar” and “I Hate Men.” Making the stage her home with another triumph as Anna Leonowens replacing an ailing Lawrence in “The King and I” with Brynner on Broadway. It was a loss for Hollywood who never exploited this great and versatile talent, but not for Broadway audiences. More than just “fire and ice.”
“Lamour plus Lamarr equals LaMorison.” That is how Paramount launched beautiful dark haired and exotic Patricia Morison (1915-) to audiences. Unfortunately they never really utilised her fully and within a decade Hollywood’s “Fire and Ice Girl” had left the screen to enjoy her most enduring success. Born in NYC the daughter of two feisty Irish parents. Her mother was in the British Intelligence in WWI and her father a sometime actor and playwright. Morison had intended to paint and use a scholarship to Paris. Instead bitten by the acting bug she would study acting at one time with legendary Martha Graham. Finding modest success on Broadway including being Hayes unused understudy in “Victoria Regina” she was discovered in the musical “The Two Bouquets” by a Paramount scout and her film career began in the B “Persons in Hiding.” During the new 3 years with officially the longest Rapunzel-like hair in Hollywood, she would work with Burns, MacMurray, Milland, Hayden and Foster without a major hit and increasingly as the second lead vamp to Carol in “One Night in Lisbon”, “Are Husbands Necessary?” with Field and Lamour in “Beyond the Blue Horizon.” Leaving Paramount when she was replaced by Lake in “The Glass Key”, as a freelance it was more of the same. Second lead and often the bad girl in “The Fallen Sparrow”, Tracy and Hepburn’s “Without Love”, “Lady on a Train”, a beautiful Empress Eugenie briefly in “The Song of Bernadette”, the star of B’s “Tarzan and the Huntress”, or a Sherlock Holmes or Nick and Nora Charles instalment. After enduring the loss of a juicy role in “Kiss of Death” left on the cutting room floor, it was when singing for Cole Porter that he knew immediately he had found his fiery Lilli Vanessi. Starring with Drake in the smash “Kiss Me Kate”, Porter’s greatest success also became Morison’s as she introduced the standards “So In Love”, “Wonderbar” and “I Hate Men.” Making the stage her home with another triumph as Anna Leonowens replacing an ailing Lawrence in “The King and I” with Brynner on Broadway. It was a loss for Hollywood who never exploited this great and versatile talent, but not for Broadway audiences. More than just “fire and ice.”
Vestida para matar (Dressed to Kill) de Roy William Neill con Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce , Patricia Morison. 🎬🎬🎬
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Patricia Morison , Basil Rathbone , and Nigel Bruce fooling around on the set of “Dressed To Kill” , 1946. 🥀
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#TalDíaComoHoy #4Abr en 1941 se estrenó el film “The Roundup”, dirigido por Lesley Selander; y protagonizado por Richard Dix, Patricia Morison, Preston Foster, Don Wilson.
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“I used to think every night before I went on stage, a lot of people think of the audience as one mass, but it's not -- it's all individual people. And that's why I love the theatere... And I always feel that if in some way you can touch somebody, either touch them emotionally, or if it's a young person who wants to be an actor, touch them so he or she, too, wants to be an actor...it's so worthwhile. I've enjoyed everything I've done in life.” - P.M. 🥂🎭 ⚜️ Happy 103rd Birthday Patricia Morison #PatriciaMorison
“I used to think every night before I went on stage, a lot of people think of the audience as one mass, but it's not -- it's all individual people. And that's why I love the theatere... And I always feel that if in some way you can touch somebody, either touch them emotionally, or if it's a young person who wants to be an actor, touch them so he or she, too, wants to be an actor...it's so worthwhile. I've enjoyed everything I've done in life.” - P.M. 🥂🎭 ⚜️ Happy 103rd Birthday Patricia Morison #PatriciaMorison 
🇺🇸🎬 Happy Birthday To the Beautiful American Film & Stage Actress & mezzo-soprano Singer Patricia Morison (1915) 🎂🎁🎉 Born on March 19, 103 years #patriciamorison !! 📽 One Night in Lisbon - Une nuit à Lisbonne 🌟 Beyond the Blue Horizon - Mabok, l'éléphant du diable 🌟 The Fallen Sparrow - Nid d'espions 🌟 The Song of Bernadette - Le chant de Bernadette 🌟 Dressed To Kill - Sherlock Holmes et la clef 🌟 Song of the Thin Man - Meurtre en musique 🌟 Tarzan and the Huntress - Tarzan et la chasseresse 🌟 Song Without End - Le bal des adieux 🎭 She achieved her Greatest Success as the lead in the original production of Cole Porter's "Kiss me, Kate" #coleporter #kissmekate 💞 She was never married & childless #greatactress #cinemaicons #screenlegends #classicfilms #classichollywood #classicfilmsactress #oldhollywoodglamour #classichollywoodactress #classicactress #oldhollywoodactress #goldenagecinema #goldenhollywood #goldencinema 😎
🇺🇸🎬 Happy Birthday To the Beautiful American Film & Stage Actress & mezzo-soprano Singer Patricia Morison (1915) 🎂🎁🎉 Born on March 19, 103 years #patriciamorison  !! 📽 One Night in Lisbon - Une nuit à Lisbonne 🌟 Beyond the Blue Horizon - Mabok, l'éléphant du diable 🌟 The Fallen Sparrow - Nid d'espions 🌟 The Song of Bernadette - Le chant de Bernadette 🌟 Dressed To Kill - Sherlock Holmes et la clef 🌟 Song of the Thin Man - Meurtre en musique 🌟 Tarzan and the Huntress - Tarzan et la chasseresse 🌟 Song Without End - Le bal des adieux 🎭 She achieved her Greatest Success as the lead in the original production of Cole Porter's "Kiss me, Kate" #coleporter  #kissmekate  💞 She was never married & childless #greatactress  #cinemaicons  #screenlegends  #classicfilms  #classichollywood  #classicfilmsactress  #oldhollywoodglamour  #classichollywoodactress  #classicactress  #oldhollywoodactress  #goldenagecinema  #goldenhollywood  #goldencinema  😎
Happy Birthday to Patricia Morison who turns 103 years old today! ⭐️
Happy Birthday to Patricia Morison who turns 103 years old today! ⭐️
Celebrating broadway and cinema star Patrícia Morison’s 103 birthday. #broadway #hollywood #birthday #patriciamorison #kissmekate #thekingandi
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Happy 103rd Birthday to Broadway performer Patricia Morison who originated the role of Lilli/Kate in the 1948 Broadway production of Kiss Me, Kate. Ms. Morison also went on to play Anna in The King and I with Yul Brynner.(pictured)
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Happy 103rd Birthday to actress and singer Patricia Morison (1915- ) 💖💖💖!!! Born to a playwright/actor father, Morison began studying acting and dance while still a teenager. Making her Broadway debut in 1933, the beautiful Morison was recruited for films in the late 1930s. Unfortunately, the majority of her appearances were in B films or in supporting or minor roles in bigger movies. Among her notable screen credits are “The Song of Bernadette” (1943), “Lady on a Train” (1945), and “Song of the Thin Man” (1947). Her biggest success came on the stage where she starred in the original Broadway production of “Kiss Me, Kate”, which won the 1949 Tony Award for Best Musical. For the balance of her career, she appeared mainly on stage and occasionally on television and film. She is also a gifted painter who has presented her work in several showings. Morison has never married nor had children. Scroll to see a photograph of the beauty at the age of 100...and looking fabulous! May she have a happy, healthy year ahead!!! 💖💖💖 #patriciamorison #happybirthday #103 #103yearsyoung #oldhollywood #classichollywood #vintagehollywood #classicactress #vintageactress #oldhollywoodactress #stageactress #broadwayactress #classicbeauty #vintagebeauty #stagebeauty #oldhollywoodbeauty #broadwaybeauty #thisiswhat100lookslike
Happy 103rd Birthday to actress and singer Patricia Morison (1915- ) 💖💖💖!!! Born to a playwright/actor father, Morison began studying acting and dance while still a teenager. Making her Broadway debut in 1933, the beautiful Morison was recruited for films in the late 1930s. Unfortunately, the majority of her appearances were in B films or in supporting or minor roles in bigger movies. Among her notable screen credits are “The Song of Bernadette” (1943), “Lady on a Train” (1945), and “Song of the Thin Man” (1947). Her biggest success came on the stage where she starred in the original Broadway production of “Kiss Me, Kate”, which won the 1949 Tony Award for Best Musical. For the balance of her career, she appeared mainly on stage and occasionally on television and film. She is also a gifted painter who has presented her work in several showings. Morison has never married nor had children. Scroll to see a photograph of the beauty at the age of 100...and looking fabulous! May she have a happy, healthy year ahead!!! 💖💖💖 #patriciamorison  #happybirthday  #103  #103yearsyoung  #oldhollywood  #classichollywood  #vintagehollywood  #classicactress  #vintageactress  #oldhollywoodactress  #stageactress  #broadwayactress  #classicbeauty  #vintagebeauty  #stagebeauty  #oldhollywoodbeauty  #broadwaybeauty  #thisiswhat100lookslike 
🌈Happy 103rd Birthday🌿 Patricia Morison!🌷✨🌿🌟March 19, 1915 🌟🌿✨She achieved her greatest success as the lead in the original production of Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate✨The Song of Bernadette (1943), as Empress Eugenie✨The Fallen Sparrow (1943), as Barby Taviton✨Without Love (1945), as Edwina Collins✨Song of the Thin Man (1947), as Phyllis Talbin 🌷 Eileen Patricia Augusta Fraser Morison  is a retired American stage and film actress and mezzo-soprano singer. She made her feature film debut in 1939 after several years on the stage. She was lauded as a beauty with large eyes and extremely long, dark hair. During this period of her career, she was often cast as the femme fatale or "other woman". 🌷 She made her feature film debut in the "B" film Persons in Hiding (1939). Also in 1939, Paramount considered her for the role of Isobel in their adventure film Beau Geste, starring Gary Cooper and Ray Milland, but she was replaced by Susan Hayward.  The following year she appeared opposite Milland in the Technicolor romance Untamed, a remake of the Clara Bow vehicle, Man Trap (1926).
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🌈Happy 103rd Birthday🌿 Patricia Morison!🌷✨🌿🌟March 19, 1915 🌟🌿✨She achieved her greatest success as the lead in the original production of Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate✨The Song of Bernadette (1943), as Empress Eugenie✨The Fallen Sparrow (1943), as Barby Taviton✨Without Love (1945), as Edwina Collins✨Song of the Thin Man (1947), as Phyllis Talbin 🌷 Eileen Patricia Augusta Fraser Morison is a retired American stage and film actress and mezzo-soprano singer. She made her feature film debut in 1939 after several years on the stage. She was lauded as a beauty with large eyes and extremely long, dark hair. During this period of her career, she was often cast as the femme fatale or "other woman". 🌷 She made her feature film debut in the "B" film Persons in Hiding (1939). Also in 1939, Paramount considered her for the role of Isobel in their adventure film Beau Geste, starring Gary Cooper and Ray Milland, but she was replaced by Susan Hayward. The following year she appeared opposite Milland in the Technicolor romance Untamed, a remake of the Clara Bow vehicle, Man Trap (1926). #patriciamorison  #oldgoldenhollywood 
Happy 103rd birthday on March 19th, Patricia Morison!
Autograph on Picturegoer magazine (UK), 13 January 1940.
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Happy 103rd birthday on March 19th, Patricia Morison! Autograph on Picturegoer magazine (UK), 13 January 1940. #patriciamorison  #picturegoer 
Visiting Patricia morison who will turn 103 next month! #patriciamorison #broadway #broadwaystar #hollywoodstars #singer #kissmekate #coleporter
Visiting 102 year old Broadway and movie star Patrícia morison  today. #broadway #broadwaymusical #kissmekate #patriciamorison #losangeles #hollywood #moviestar #broadwaystar #thekingandi
The Lovely Ladies of the King and I.  A compilation that I made of all the Lovely Anna's that performed with Yul also included is a rare audio clip of Yul's sister Vera Brynner singing "Shall We Dance" #yulbrynner #verabrynner #thekingandi #kingandi #gertrudelawrence #celesteholm #patriciamorison #deborahkerr #samanthaeggar #constancetowers #virginiamckenna #katehunterbrown #marybethpehl #lovelyladies #shallwedance
Calling Dr. Death (1943) is a low budget thriller. A Doctor's wife is murdered, and he is accused. In reality, he hypnotized his secretary to kill her and she has no idea  it stars Lon Chaney Jr., J. Carrol Naish, and Patricia Morison.
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Calling Dr. Death (1943) is a low budget thriller. A Doctor's wife is murdered, and he is accused. In reality, he hypnotized his secretary to kill her and she has no idea it stars Lon Chaney Jr., J. Carrol Naish, and Patricia Morison. #callingdrdeath  #1943  #horror  #horrormovies  #lonchaneyjr  #jcarrolnaish  #patriciamorison  #classic  #classichorror  #horrorclassics  #blackandwhitehorror  #scarymovies  #lowbudgethorror  #independenthorror  #independentmovie  #film  #movies  #cinema  #cultfilms  #cultmovies  #cultcinema  #longlivethehorror  #instahorror 
Patricia Morison (102), Norman Lloyd (103) and Connie Sawyer (almost 105) in 2015 to The Hollywood Reporter. Patrícia is the only of them that is retired. Connie is the oldest Academy Awards member. Renée Simonot, mother of Catherine Deneuve, is  The oldest actress in the world (I think). She is 106 year old. 
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Patricia Morison (102), Norman Lloyd (103) and Connie Sawyer (almost 105) in 2015 to The Hollywood Reporter. Patrícia is the only of them that is retired. Connie is the oldest Academy Awards member. Renée Simonot, mother of Catherine Deneuve, is The oldest actress in the world (I think). She is 106 year old. #PatriciaMorison #ConnieSawyer #NormanLloyd 
Are Husbands Necessary? Errrr........no. They might have been in 1942 when this film was made but definitely not now. The end! 😄
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Visiting 102 year old #patriciamorison #broadwaystar #moviestar #thekingandi #kissmekate #hollywood I did her portrait a few years ago in pastels. Amazing woman.
Andrew and Patricia (The Sisters Of Mercy)
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Ok so what can I put next for center of chest/stomach area? Any suggestions? I was thinking of maybe adding like an old movie theatre? #oldhollywood #bettedavis #vintage #classic #classicholiywood #avagardner #gretagarbo #barbarastanwyck #jeanharlow #marlenedietrich #ingridbergman #patriciamorison #carolelombard #clarabow and the 👁? Belongs to a woman that probably had the best eyes ever 🤔
"Kiss Me Kate" (1939)🎉🎉🎉
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Portrait Patricia Morison. circa 1930
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Portrait Patricia Morison (1939)✨✨
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Yul Brynner and Patricia Morison in the King and l. #yulbrynner #patriciamorison
La bella, talentosa y deslumbrante Patricia Morison en todo su esplendor, momentos congelados en el tiempo, vida, historia, y, no me canso de decirlo: como amo la historia ❤ #cine #cinema #movie #movielover #patriciamorison #blackart #blackandwhite #goldenage #beauty #beautiful #vida
Me enamoré de esta belleza de antaño, Patricia Morison 😍 #cine #movie #movielover #cine #cinefilo #30sstyle #30s #beautywoman #beautiful #bella #belleza #actriz #actress #patriciamorison
Happy 102nd Birthday to actress Patricia Morison (1915- )!!! Though never a household name, Morison worked steadily in film, theater, and eventually television throughout her career. As recently as 3 years ago, she appeared at a charity benefit and sang a song from "Kiss Me, Kate", as she had been a member of the original theatrical production of the play. If you search her name on YouTube (Morison with only one "r"), you can see a clip of her at 100 talking about appearing with Yul Brynner (1920-1985) on stage in "The King and I". At 100, she was still vibrant, funny, and beautiful!!! Here's hoping her 102nd birthday is a happy, healthy one!!! 💖💖💖🎉🎉🎉💖💖💖 #patriciamorison #happybirthday #102 #102yearsyoung #centenarian #oldhollywood #classichollywood #vintagehollywood #classicactress #vintageactress #stageactress #vintagestage #classicstage #classicbeauty #vintagebeauty #oldhollywoodbeauty
Happy 102nd Birthday to actress Patricia Morison (1915- )!!! Though never a household name, Morison worked steadily in film, theater, and eventually television throughout her career. As recently as 3 years ago, she appeared at a charity benefit and sang a song from "Kiss Me, Kate", as she had been a member of the original theatrical production of the play. If you search her name on YouTube (Morison with only one "r"), you can see a clip of her at 100 talking about appearing with Yul Brynner (1920-1985) on stage in "The King and I". At 100, she was still vibrant, funny, and beautiful!!! Here's hoping her 102nd birthday is a happy, healthy one!!! 💖💖💖🎉🎉🎉💖💖💖 #patriciamorison  #happybirthday  #102  #102yearsyoung  #centenarian  #oldhollywood  #classichollywood  #vintagehollywood  #classicactress  #vintageactress  #stageactress  #vintagestage  #classicstage  #classicbeauty  #vintagebeauty  #oldhollywoodbeauty 
Eileen Patricia Augusta Fraser Morison (born March 19, 1915)  is a retired American stage and film actress and mezzo-soprano singer. She made her feature film debut in 1939 after several years on the stage. She was lauded as a beauty with large eyes and extremely long, dark hair. During this period of her career, she was often cast as the femme fatale or "other woman". It was only when she returned to the Broadway stage that she achieved her greatest success as the lead in the original production of Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate.

She lives in Los Angeles, California, where she celebrated her 100th birthday on March 19, 2015. #patriciamorison
Eileen Patricia Augusta Fraser Morison (born March 19, 1915) is a retired American stage and film actress and mezzo-soprano singer. She made her feature film debut in 1939 after several years on the stage. She was lauded as a beauty with large eyes and extremely long, dark hair. During this period of her career, she was often cast as the femme fatale or "other woman". It was only when she returned to the Broadway stage that she achieved her greatest success as the lead in the original production of Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate. She lives in Los Angeles, California, where she celebrated her 100th birthday on March 19, 2015. #patriciamorison 
Patricia Morison on-set of the Film, "Are Husbands Necessary?", 1942 #patriciamorison
Patricia Morison on-set of the Film, "Are Husbands Necessary?", 1942 #patriciamorison 
Calling Dr.Death 1943. Watched this film last night for the seventh time and I still love the twist ending. Still my favourite out of the Inner Sanctum Mysteries! A Doctor is not sure if he murdered his beautiful but wicked wife, and has his attractive nurse try to find the truth by hypnotizing him. #vintagemoviepostercollector #callingdrdeath #lonchaneyjr #patriciamorison #jcarrolnaish #ramsayames #davidbruce #universalstudios #halfsheet
Since the devastating loss of many screen icons I'll be posting pictures of actor from the golden age who are still alive. 
Starting with this picture of Patricia Morison c. 1939.
She is still living today at age 101, born March 19, 1915.
Since the devastating loss of many screen icons I'll be posting pictures of actor from the golden age who are still alive. Starting with this picture of Patricia Morison c. 1939. She is still living today at age 101, born March 19, 1915.
Calling Dr.Death 1943. A Dr. is not sure if he murdered his beautiful but wicked wife, and has his attractive nurse try to find the truth by hypnotizing him. #vintagemoviepostercollector #callingdrdeath #lonchaneyjr #patriciamorison #jcarrolnaish #universalstudios #lobbycard #innersanctummysteries
Calling Dr.Death 1943. The first of the Universal Pictures Inner Sanctum mystery films. The "Inner Sanctum" franchise originated with a popular radio series and all of the films star Lon Chaney, Jr.. The movie stars Chaney, Jr. and Patricia Morison, and was directed by Reginald Le Borg. Chaney, Jr. plays a neurologist, Dr. Mark Steele, who loses memory of the past few days after learning that his wife has been brutally murdered. Aware of his wife's infidelity and believing he could be the killer, Steele asks his office nurse Stella Madden to help him recover his lost memories. #vintagemoviepostercollector #callingdrdeath #lonchaneyjr #jcarrolnaish #patriciamorison #universalstudios #lobbycard #innersanctummysteries
Calling Dr.Death 1943. The first of the Universal Pictures Inner Sanctum mystery films. The "Inner Sanctum" franchise originated with a popular radio series and all of the films star Lon Chaney, Jr.. The movie stars Chaney, Jr. and Patricia Morison, and was directed by Reginald Le Borg. Chaney, Jr. plays a neurologist, Dr. Mark Steele, who loses memory of the past few days after learning that his wife has been brutally murdered. Aware of his wife's infidelity and believing he could be the killer, Steele asks his office nurse Stella Madden to help him recover his lost memories. #vintagemoviepostercollector  #callingdrdeath  #lonchaneyjr  #jcarrolnaish  #patriciamorison  #universalstudios  #lobbycard  #innersanctummysteries 
Calling Dr.Death 1943. A police inspector (J. Carrol Naish) solves the murder of a neurologist's (Lon Chaney) unfaithful wife. #vintagemoviepostercollector #callingdrdeath #lonchaneyjr #patriciamorison #jcarrolnaish #universalstudios #innersanctummysteries #lobbycard
The original Broadway production of “Kiss Me, Kate” opened on December 30, 1948. Alfred Drake and Patricia Morison starred in the show with Cole Porter’s music, based on Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew.” #TamingoftheShrew #broadway #musical #kissmekate #AlfredDrake  #PatriciaMorison #Shubert
American stage and film actress and mezzo-soprano singer, Patricia Morison (1915-) As of  12/23/16 she is 101 years old) photographed by George Hurrell (1937). #Model #PatriciaMorison #GeorgeHurrell  #Hurrell #Photography #VintagePhotography #Glamour #ClassicGlamour #Fur #Lighting #Style #Photograph #Style #Pinup #Burlesque
Abell's is Proud to be Offering Items Belonging to Stage and Film Actress Patricia Morison. Our next auction will be held on January 5,2017.
Abell's is Proud to be Offering Items Belonging to Stage and Film Actress Patricia Morison. Our next auction will be held on January 5,2017.
Kiss of Death will be shown as part of the 54th New York Film Festival! September 30 – October 16 Thank you so much to Victoria Mature for the information!

http://www.filmlinc.org/nyff2016/daily/retrospective-henry-hathaway-bertrand-tavernier-french-cinema/

This year’s Retrospective section of the 54th New York Film Festival will feature a two-part lineup headlined and inspired by Bertrand Tavernier’s magnificent epic documentary My Journey Through French Cinema: in addition to that film, NYFF will screen a selection of French classics featured in the documentary and a 12-film exploration of one of Tavernier’s favorite American directors, Henry Hathaway. ... Additionally, in line with Tavernier’s passionate devotion to American cinema throughout his career, the Retrospective section will feature a selection of films by a director he has always greatly admired and championed, Henry Hathaway.

The 17-day New York Film Festival (September 30 – October 16) highlights the best in world cinema, featuring works from celebrated filmmakers as well as fresh new talent. The selection committee, chaired by Jones, also includes Film Society Director of Programming Dennis Lim; Associate Director of Programming Florence Almozini; Amy Taubin, Contributing Editor, Artforum and Film Comment; and Gavin Smith, who serves as a consultant.

Kiss of Death
Directed by Henry Hathaway
USA, 1947, 98m
Hathaway was one of the first Hollywood filmmakers to make a practice of shooting on location—his environments are always integral to the life of the story. This 1947 film, about a jewel thief (Victor Mature) targeted by the mob when he cooperates with the DA, was shot all over New York, from the criminal courts building on Centre Street to the Bronx, and became one of the most influential of the postwar docudramas. Hathaway wanted a local hood named Harry the Hat to play the psychopathic killer Tommy Udo, but he was forced to work with a newcomer named Richard Widmark. They clashed in the beginning, and then cooperated on a truly terrifying character creation. A 20th Century-Fox release. #victormature #patriciamorison #kissofdeath #noir #filmnoir #richardwidmark #movie #henryhathaway
Kiss of Death will be shown as part of the 54th New York Film Festival! September 30 – October 16 Thank you so much to Victoria Mature for the information! http://www.filmlinc.org/nyff2016/daily/retrospective-henry-hathaway-bertrand-tavernier-french-cinema/ This year’s Retrospective section of the 54th New York Film Festival will feature a two-part lineup headlined and inspired by Bertrand Tavernier’s magnificent epic documentary My Journey Through French Cinema: in addition to that film, NYFF will screen a selection of French classics featured in the documentary and a 12-film exploration of one of Tavernier’s favorite American directors, Henry Hathaway. ... Additionally, in line with Tavernier’s passionate devotion to American cinema throughout his career, the Retrospective section will feature a selection of films by a director he has always greatly admired and championed, Henry Hathaway. The 17-day New York Film Festival (September 30 – October 16) highlights the best in world cinema, featuring works from celebrated filmmakers as well as fresh new talent. The selection committee, chaired by Jones, also includes Film Society Director of Programming Dennis Lim; Associate Director of Programming Florence Almozini; Amy Taubin, Contributing Editor, Artforum and Film Comment; and Gavin Smith, who serves as a consultant. Kiss of Death Directed by Henry Hathaway USA, 1947, 98m Hathaway was one of the first Hollywood filmmakers to make a practice of shooting on location—his environments are always integral to the life of the story. This 1947 film, about a jewel thief (Victor Mature) targeted by the mob when he cooperates with the DA, was shot all over New York, from the criminal courts building on Centre Street to the Bronx, and became one of the most influential of the postwar docudramas. Hathaway wanted a local hood named Harry the Hat to play the psychopathic killer Tommy Udo, but he was forced to work with a newcomer named Richard Widmark. They clashed in the beginning, and then cooperated on a truly terrifying character creation. A 20th Century-Fox release. #victormature  #patriciamorison  #kissofdeath  #noir  #filmnoir  #richardwidmark  #movie  #henryhathaway 
Today in Hollywood History...
The Magnificent Fraud starring #AkimTamiroff #LloydNolan #MaryBoland #PatriciaMorison #RalphForbes #SteffiDuna
#ParamountPictures
Directed by: Robert Florey
Costume Designer: #EdithHead 
A Chicago con man (Lloyd Nolan) pays an actor (Akim Tamiroff) to pose as a slain South American dictator.  www.joseff-hollywood.com 
#joseff #joseffofhollywood #joseffhollywood #joseffjewelry #costumejewelry #vintage #vintagejewelry #costumedesigner #classicmovies #hollywood #studio #films #classicfilms #legend #paramount
Today in Hollywood History... The Magnificent Fraud starring #AkimTamiroff  #LloydNolan  #MaryBoland  #PatriciaMorison  #RalphForbes  #SteffiDuna  #ParamountPictures  Directed by: Robert Florey Costume Designer: #EdithHead  A Chicago con man (Lloyd Nolan) pays an actor (Akim Tamiroff) to pose as a slain South American dictator. www.joseff-hollywood.com #joseff  #joseffofhollywood  #joseffhollywood  #joseffjewelry  #costumejewelry  #vintage  #vintagejewelry  #costumedesigner  #classicmovies  #hollywood  #studio  #films  #classicfilms  #legend  #paramount 
Good morning! #Summer #whites are on my mind... Anything to help beat the heat! I just adore this #witchy-inspired #hat that #PatriciaMorison is wearing in this pic. Total #goodwitch vibes. ✨🔮 #butchwaxstyle #1930s
#TalDíaComoHoy #07J en 1946 se estrenó el film “Dressed To Kill”, dirigido por Roy William Neill; y protagonizado por Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Patricia Morison, Edmond Bréon.
#History #Historia #Efemérides #Efemerides #TalDiaComoHoy #Undiacomohoy #Undíacomohoy #Cultura #Culture #Estreno #Premiere #Hollywood #Movie #Movies #Película #Películas #Poster #MoviePoster #DressedToKill #RoyWilliamNeill #BasilRathbone #NigelBruce #PatriciaMorison #EdmondBréon #1946
#TalDíaComoHoy  #07J  en 1946 se estrenó el film “Dressed To Kill”, dirigido por Roy William Neill; y protagonizado por Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Patricia Morison, Edmond Bréon. #History  #Historia  #Efemérides  #Efemerides  #TalDiaComoHoy  #Undiacomohoy  #Undíacomohoy  #Cultura  #Culture  #Estreno  #Premiere  #Hollywood  #Movie  #Movies  #Película  #Películas  #Poster  #MoviePoster  #DressedToKill  #RoyWilliamNeill  #BasilRathbone  #NigelBruce  #PatriciaMorison  #EdmondBréon  #1946 
I envy Patricia Morison's hair so much wow 😍

#patriciamorison #oldhollywood #goldenage #classic #vintage
#TalDíaComoHoy #04A en 1941 se estrenó el film “The Round Up”, dirigido por Lesley Selander; y protagonizado por Richard Dix, Patricia Morison, Preston Foster, Don Wilson.
#History #Historia #Efemérides #Efemerides #TalDiaComoHoy #Undiacomohoy #Undíacomohoy #Cultura #Culture #Estreno #Premiere #Hollywood #Movie #Movies #Película #Películas #TheRoundUp #LesleySelander #RichardDix #PatriciaMorison #PrestonFoster #DonWilson #1941