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Tallulah Bankhead

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Tallulah Brockman Bankhead (January 31, 1902 – December 12, 1968) was an American actress, talk-show host, and bon vivant. Description above from the Wikipedia article Tallulah Bankhead, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Jan 31, 1902 In Huntsville, Alabama, U.S.
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Who Loved Him Best? 1918-02-04
Latest Project:
Movie Complicated Women 2003-05-06
Known For
Poster of Batman
Poster of The Colgate Comedy Hour
Poster of The Ed Sullivan Show
Poster of Thirty a Week
Movie Complicated Women Herself (archive footage) 2003-05-06
Movie The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind (archive footage) 1988-10-01
Series Batman Black Widow 1966-01-12
Movie The Daydreamer The Sea Witch 1966-06-01
Movie Fanatic Mrs. Trefoile 1965-03-21
Series The Merv Griffin Show Self 1962-10-01
Movie The Boy Who Owned a Melephant Narrator 1959-10-06
Series The Big Party 1959-10-08
Series The Steve Allen Show Unknown 1956-06-24
Series General Electric Theater Unknown 1953-02-01
Movie Main Street to Broadway as Herself 1953-10-12
Series Schlitz Playhouse of Stars Unknown 1951-10-05
Series The Colgate Comedy Hour Unknown 1950-09-10
Series The Ed Sullivan Show Unknown 1948-06-20
Movie A Royal Scandal Catherine the Great 1945-03-26
Movie Lifeboat Connie Porter 1944-01-28
Movie Stage Door Canteen Herself 1943-06-24
Movie Make Me a Star Herself (uncredited) 1932-07-01
Movie Thunder Below Susan 1932-06-17
Movie Devil and the Deep Diana Sturm 1932-08-12
Movie Faithless Carol Morgan 1932-10-15
Movie Tarnished Lady Nancy Courtney 1931-05-01
Movie My Sin Carlotta / Ann Trevor 1931-10-02
Movie The Cheat Elsa Carlyle 1931-11-28
Movie Her Cardboard Lover 1929-04-01
Movie His House in Order Nina Graham 1928-02-24
Movie The Trap Helen Carson 1919-08-10
Movie Who Loved Him Best? Nell 1918-02-04
Movie When Men Betray Alice Edwards 1918-06-01
Movie Thirty a Week Barbara Wright (uncredited) 1918-10-12