The movie actress Laraine Day died at the age of 87. Here is all you want to know, and more!
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MGM star of the 1940s who played nurse Mary Lamont in a series of Dr. Kildare movies. Although MGM used her for mostly B-movie roles, while on loan to other studio she got to star in several Alfred Hitchcock and Cecil b. DeMille films.
She was born the daughter of a powerful Mormon family in Roosevelt, Utah, and moved with the family to California at an early age.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Laraine Day, who appeared in nearly 50 films including the Alfred Hitchcock thriller “Foreign Correspondent,” has died. She was 87. Day died of natural causes Saturday at her daughter’s home in Utah, where she moved following the death of her husband of 47 years, producer Michel M.
I enjoyed working at R.K.O. more than at M.G.M. At R.K.O., the parts were better!
I think that Richard Nixon is a great man and that he is very dedicated to what he does. I had the pleasure of meeting him when I attended the Republican National Convention in Miami. You can really tell that he is willing to go out of his way to help the American people.
M.G.M. never really gave me a break. They loaned me out for leading roles but cast me in programme pictures.
Baseball is not a lot of statistics to me. It’s blood and tears.
I’d rather win a pennant than an Academy Award.