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Radiant to a tee, well-coiffed and well-dressed Barbara Britton looked like she stepped out of a magazine when she entered into our homes daily as the 'Revlon Girl' on 50s and 60s TV. She sparkled with the best of them and managed to capture that "perfect wife/perfect mother" image with, well, perfect poise and perfect grace. Co-starring opposite ...
Birth date: , September 26 , 1919 , Long Beach , California United States Death date: , January 17 , 1980 , New York City , New York United States Birth place: , Long Beach , California USA Profession: , Actress Soundtrack Education: Long Beach City College Spouse: Eugene Czukor (m. 1945–1980) Children: , Christina Britton , Dwight Timothy Thedore Britton imdb.com/name/nm0110159 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbara_Britt More about Barbara Britton: Facts Filmography Awards Salaries Quotes Trademarks Pictures
# Fact 1 She became good friends with her film co-star Randolph Scott. After their first film, he cast her in two more of his movies and let her choose the female role she wanted to play. 2 Former Sunday-school teacher. 3 Married her physician and psychoanalyst, Dr. Eugene J. Czukor, in 1945 after becoming a patient of his due to traumatic sufferings on the war picture So Proudly We Hail! (1943). 4 Portrayed Laura Petrie in the Carl Reiner television pilot The Comedy Spot: Head of the Family (1960), which eventually became the basis for The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961). 5 She did commercials for "Revlon" live on the set of The $64,000 Question (1955).
Title Year Status Character The Fabulous Suzanne 1946 Suzanne The Virginian 1946 Molly Wood They Made Me a Killer 1946 June Reynolds Captain Kidd 1945 Lady Anne Dunstan The Great John L. 1945 Kathy Harkness Till We Meet Again 1944 Sister Clothilde aka Louise Dupree The Story of Dr. Wassell 1944 Ruth Showboat Serenade 1944 Short Judy So Proudly We Hail! 1943 Lt. Rosemary Larson The Last Will and Testament of Tom Smith 1943 Short Grace Young and Willing 1943 Marge Benson Dennison Freedom Comes High 1943 Short Ellen Blanding Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch 1942 Miss Lucy Olcott Wake Island 1942 Sally Cameron (uncredited) Beyond the Blue Horizon 1942 Pamela, Girl at Circus (uncredited) Reap the Wild Wind 1942 Charleston Lady The Fleet's In 1942 Eileen Wright Louisiana Purchase 1941 Louisiana Belle Secret of the Wastelands 1941 Jennifer Kendall One Life to Live 1968 TV Series Fran Craig Gordon #1 (1979-1980) (played role until her death) The Comedy Spot 1960 TV Series Laura Petrie The Spoilers 1955 Helen Chester The Ford Television Theatre 1955 TV Series Alice / Kathy Collins The Christophers 1955 TV Series Robert Montgomery Presents 1950-1955 TV Series Liz Night Freight 1955 Wanda Appointment with Adventure 1955 TV Series Ain't Misbehavin' 1955 Pat Beaton Climax! 1955 TV Series Duana Clarke Danger 1954 TV Series Mr. & Mrs. North 1952-1954 TV Series Pamela North / Kitty Pomeroy Dragonfly Squadron 1954 Donna Cottrell Bwana Devil 1952 Alice Hayward Ride the Man Down 1952 Lottie Priest The Raiders 1952 Elizabeth Ainsworth Schlitz Playhouse 1952 TV Series Pamela Cameo Theatre 1951 TV Series Armstrong Circle Theatre 1950-1951 TV Series Lights Out 1951 TV Series Lux Video Theatre 1951 TV Series Hilda Pulitzer Prize Playhouse 1951 TV Series Bandit Queen 1950 Lola Montalvo aka Zara Champagne for Caesar 1950 Gwenn Bottomley I Shot Jesse James 1949 Cynthy Cover Up 1949 Anita Weatherby Loaded Pistols 1948 Mary Evans The Untamed Breed 1948 Cherry Lucas Mr. Reckless 1948 Betty Denton Albuquerque 1948 Letty Tyler Gunfighters 1947 Bess Banner The Return of Monte Cristo 1946 Angela Picard Soundtrack Soundtrack
Title Year Status Character Loaded Pistols 1948 performer: "Pretty Mary" Self Self
Title Year Status Character The Ed Sullivan Show 1961 TV Series Herself - Commercials The Revlon Revue 1960 TV Series Herself - Commercials The Mickey Rooney Show 1960 TV Series Herself - Commercials The Big Party 1959 TV Series Herself - Hostess / Herself The Name's the Same 1955 TV Series Herself - Contestant The $64,000 Question 1955 TV Series Assistant The George Gobel Show 1955 TV Series Herself - Sketch Comic The Frank Sinatra Show 1951 TV Series Herself - Sketch Actor 20 Questions 1951 TV Series Herself Archive Footage Archive Footage Won awards Won awards
Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie Award shared with 1960 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Television On 8 February 1960. At 1719 Vine Street.
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