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Cotten starred a year later in Welles's adaptation and production of The Magnificent Ambersons.
Bachelor Mother was adapted as a radio play on several occasions, including five broadcasts of The Screen Guild Theater: the first starred Laraine Day, Henry Fonda and Charles Coburn ( February 1, 1942 ); the second starred Ann Sothern and Fred MacMurray ( November 23, 1942 ); the third starred Ginger Rogers, Francis X. Bushman and David Niven ( May 6, 1946 ); the fourth starred Lucille Ball, Joseph Cotten and Charles Coburn ( April 28, 1949 ); the fifth starred Ann Sothern and Robert Stack ( April 20, 1952 ).
Among his numerous television roles, Carmichael guest starred with Keenan Wynn, Anthony George, and Olive Carey in the 1956 episode " Death in the Snow " of the NBC anthology series, The Joseph Cotten Show.
Alongside Bette Davis, Olivia De Havilland, Mary Astor and Joseph Cotten, she starred in Hush … Hush, Sweet Charlotte ( 1964 ) as the maid, Velma, a role for which she was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award.
The stage production starred Joseph Cotten as the murderer and Agnes Moorehead as the victim.
It starred Katharine Hepburn, Paul Scofield, Lee Remick, Joseph Cotten and Kate Reid.
Her third film in 1953, A Blueprint for Murder, reunited her with Joseph Cotten, with whom she previously starred in Niagara.
The film starred Michael Wilding, Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten, and Margaret Leighton.
Directed by H. C. Potter, with sets and lights designed by Donald Oenslager, it starred Margaret Sullavan and Joseph Cotten, with Cathleen Nesbitt, John Cromwell, and Russell Collins in major supporting roles.
Sloane also worked extensively in television ; in November 1955 he starred in the Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode " Our Cook's A Treasure "; he appeared on the NBC anthology series The Joseph Cotten Show, also known as On Trial, in the 1956 episode " Law Is for the Lovers ", with co-star Inger Stevens.
A 1943 film adaptation starred Joseph Cotten, with Orson Welles acting and producing.
In 1956, she guest starred in the episode " Death in the Snow " of NBC's anthology series, The Joseph Cotten Show.

Cotten and with
He first gained worldwide fame in the Orson Welles films Citizen Kane ( 1941 ), The Magnificent Ambersons ( 1942 ), and Journey into Fear ( 1943 ), for which Cotten was also credited with the screenplay.
Cotten made his Broadway debut in 1930, and soon became friends with Orson Welles.
Cotten with his second wife, Patricia Medina
After some time away from film, Cotten returned in the horror classic Hush … Hush, Sweet Charlotte ( 1964 ), with Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, and Agnes Moorehead.
Later in the decade, Cotten was in several all-star disaster films, including Airport ' 77 ( 1977 ) with James Stewart and again with Olivia de Havilland, and the nuclear thriller Twilight's Last Gleaming ( 1977 ).
This led to a long-term MGM contract and a sequence of films, which included the musical The Glass Slipper ( 1955 ) and the drama Man with a Cloak ( 1956 ), with Joseph Cotten and Barbara Stanwyck.
Further highlights of this period included Tom, Dick, and Harry, a 1941 comedy in which she dreams of marrying three different men ; I'll Be Seeing You, with Joseph Cotten ; La Cava's 5th Avenue Girl ( 1939 ), where she played an out-of-work girl sucked into the lives of a wealthy family ; and especially the sharp and highly successful comedies: Bachelor Mother ( 1939 ), with David Niven, in which she played Polly Parrish, a shop girl who is falsely thought to have abandoned her baby ; and Billy Wilder's first Hollywood feature film: The Major and the Minor ( 1942 ), in which she played a woman who masquerades as a 12-year-old to get a cheap train ticket and finds herself obliged to continue the ruse for an extended period.
The version shown in American cinemas replaced this with narration by Joseph Cotten as Holly Martins.
The Third Man was adapted as a one-hour radio play on two broadcasts of Lux Radio Theater, first on 9 April 1951 with Joseph Cotten, then on 8 February 1954 with Ray Milland.
* Interview with Tim " Draconi " Cotten, Designer for Ultima Online.
The Reverend Doctor ( Joseph Cotten ) speaks to the graduates on the association of " the cultivated mind with the uncultivated ," and the importance of " the education of a nation.
It was also presented as an hour-long drama on Lux Radio Theater, first on April 27, 1942 with Robert Taylor and Barbara Stanwyck, then on May 8, 1944 with Joseph Cotten and Irene Dunne.
Although 44 at the time she played the chauffeur's 23-year-old daughter, Sabrina Fairchild, co-starring with Joseph Cotten.
Moorehead met Orson Welles and by 1937 was one of his principal Mercury Players, along with Joseph Cotten.
Non-Hitchcock thriller of the 50's include, the film-noirish Niagara ( 1953 ) by Henry Hathaway, with Marilyn Monroe as the trashy femme fatale who schemes to kill her unstable husband ( Joseph Cotten ), director Robert Aldrich's violent and fast-paced film Kiss Me Deadly ( 1955 ) featured Ralph Meeker as fictional detective Mike Hammer encountering nuclear apocalypse, The Night of the Hunter ( 1955 ), director Charles Laughton's only film, with Robert Mitchum playing a Bible-thumping, homicidal preacher victimizing two young children with a secret about the location of stolen money.

Cotten and Jennifer
It was directed by William Dieterle and stars Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten, Ann Richards, Cecil Kellaway, Gladys Cooper and Anita Louise.
The movie stars Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten, Gregory Peck, Lillian Gish and Lionel Barrymore.
It stars Jennifer Jones and Joseph Cotten.
In 1934, impoverished painter Eben Adams ( Joseph Cotten ) meets a fey little girl named Jennie Appleton ( Jennifer Jones ) in Central Park, New York.
Among the movies Cromwell directed are Little Lord Fauntleroy ( 1936 ) starring Freddie Bartholomew and Dolores Costello ; The Prisoner of Zenda ( 1937 ) starring Ronald Colman and Madeleine Carroll, with Raymond Massey, Mary Astor, David Niven, and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr .; Algiers ( 1938 ) starring Charles Boyer and Hedy Lamarr ; Abe Lincoln in Illinois ( 1940 ) starring Raymond Massey, Gene Lockhart, and Ruth Gordon ; Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin Blake ( 1942 ) starring Tyrone Power, Gene Tierney ; Since You Went Away ( 1944 ) starring Claudette Colbert, Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten, Shirley Temple, Robert Walker, and Monty Woolley, with Hattie McDaniel, Agnes Moorehead, Alla Nazimova, Lionel Barrymore and Keenan Wynn ; Anna and the King of Siam ( 1946 ) starring Irene Dunne, Rex Harrison, Linda Darnell, Lee J. Cobb, and Gale Sondergaard ; Dead Reckoning ( 1947 ) starring Humphrey Bogart and Lizabeth Scott ; the women's prison drama Caged ( 1950 ) and the noir crime / drama The Racket ( 1951 ) starring Robert Mitchum, Lizabeth Scott, and Robert Ryan, which Cromwell had appeared in onstage in New York and on tour.

Cotten and Jones
Jones and Cotten in Love Letters
Many notable actors appeared on the series, including Ed Asner, Mary Astor, Roscoe Ates, Gene Barry, Ed Begley, Barbara Bel Geddes, Charles Bronson, Edgar Buchanan, Macdonald Carey, Art Carney, John Cassavetes, Jack Cassidy, Dabney Coleman, Tom Conway, Joseph Cotten, Bob Crane, Hume Cronyn, Robert Culp, Bette Davis, Francis De Sales, Bruce Dern, Brandon deWilde, Angie Dickinson, Diana Dors, Robert Duvall, Denholm Elliott, Peter Falk, John Forsythe, Anne Francis, Lorne Greene, Edmund Gwenn, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Charles Herbert, Dame Wendy Hiller, Skip Homeier, Lou Jacobi, Joyce Jameson, Carolyn Jones, Don Keefer, Brian Keith, Jack Klugman, Jessie Royce Landis, Peter Lawford, Christopher Lee, Cloris Leachman, Peter Lorre, John McIntyre, E. G. Marshall, Herbert Marshall, Walter Matthau, Darren McGavin, John McGiver, Lee Majors, Jayne Mansfield, Steve McQueen, Tyler McVey, Audrey Meadows, Joyce Meadows, Vera Miles, Elizabeth Montgomery, Joanna Moore, Roger Moore, Vic Morrow, Leslie Nielsen, Robert Newton, Fess Parker, George Peppard, James Philbrook, Sydney Pollack, Judson Pratt, Robert Redford, Michael Rennie, Burt Reynolds, William Shatner, Dan Sheridan, Henry Silva, Barbara Steele, Jan Sterling, Dean Stockwell, Stella Stevens, Beatrice Straight, Jessica Tandy, Torin Thatcher, Rip Torn, Dick Van Dyke, Robert Vaughn, Richard Waring, Dennis Weaver, Estelle Winwood, Joanne Woodward, Fay Wray, and Keenan Wynn.
Jones and Cotten in Love Letters
Years after the war, Cotten tracks down Jones only to find that she has lost her memory and apparently killed her husband.
Portrait of Jennie ( 1948 ) stars Cotten and Jones as a painter and his muse.
After meeting in Central Park one day, Cotten paints a portrait of Jones that makes him famous, but is unable to find his muse who he has fallen in love with.
Po ' Girl's music has been compared with that of The Band, Hazel Dickens, Tracy Chapman, Natalie Merchant, Elizabeth Cotten and Norah Jones.

Cotten and four
However, Cotten was the only one of the four to find major success as a lead in Hollywood outside of Citizen Kane ; Moorehead and Collins became successful character film actors.

Cotten and films
Other wartime films with an AVG angle included The Sky's the Limit ( 1942, starring Fred Astaire ); God is My Co-pilot, ( 1943, with Dennis Morgan as Robert Lee Scott, Raymond Massey as Chennault, and John Ridgely as Tex Hill ); Hers to Hold ( 1943, with Joseph Cotten ); and China's Little Devils ( 1945 ).
He appeared in more than 200 films, including The Big Trail ( 1930 ), with John Wayne ; The Scarlet Letter ( 1934 ), with Colleen Moore ; Sitting Bull ( 1954 ), as Crazy Horse ; The Light in the Forest ( 1958 ) as Cuyloga ; " The Great Sioux Massacre " ( 1965 ), with Joseph Cotten ; Nevada Smith ( 1966 ), with Steve McQueen ; A Man Called Horse ( 1970 ), with Richard Harris ; and Ernest Goes to Camp ( 1987 ), as Chief St.
After appearing in two British films, including the starring role of Flora MacDonald opposite David Niven in Bonnie Prince Charlie ( 1948 ), the tall willowy actress played second female lead in Alfred Hitchcock's Under Capricorn ( 1949 ) starring Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten, and Michael Wilding.
The films improbably plot stars Joseph Cotten as a soldier who writes love letters on behalf of a friend during World War II.

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