Jane Wyatt

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  • Birth Name: Jane Waddington Wyatt
  • Birth Place: Campgaw, NJ
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 08/12/1910, Leo
  • Date of Death: 10/20/2006
  • Profession: Actor
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VIDEO: Betty's Graduation

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Betty's Graduation
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Length: 25:58
Aired: 5/23/1960

As Betty approaches her completion of High School she grows anxious. Jim tries to reassure her. As graduation grows nearer no one can reconcile Betty’s fears. watch

VIDEO: The Big Test

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The Big Test
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Length: 26:05
Aired: 2/22/1960

For once in his life Bud has studied hard for a big test. watch

VIDEO: The Big Test

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The Big Test
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Length: 26:05
Aired: 2/22/1960

For once in his life Bud has studied hard for a big test. watch

Videos

Gentleman's Agreement
Father Knows Best: Season Three
Father Knows Best Season 2
Father Knows Best: Season Four

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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home [HD]
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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

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Journey to Babel
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Betty's Graduation
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The Big Test
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First Disillusionment

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Credits

Year Title Description
1989 Amityville 4 Movie, Actor - Alice Leacock
1986 Star Trek Iv Movie, Actor - Amanda, Spock's Mother
1976 Treasure Of Matecumbe Movie, Actor - Aunt Effie
1973 You'll Never See Me Again Movie, Actor - Mary Alden
1966 Confidential for Women TV Show Series, Narrator

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News

Are you familiar with a movie ...

Question: Are you familiar with a movie about Shangri-La? The hero crashes in the mountains and is rescued by the natives, then falls in love with a young lady who can't leave the valley without death by old age overtaking her. It was definitely from the black-and-white era. Thank you. Answer: That would be Lost Horizon, based on James Hilton's perennially popular novel about a hidden paradise somewhere in the Himalayas. The hitch, because there always is one, is that the natives of the magnificent, peaceful Valley of the Blue Moon can't leave. Since you clearly remember the film being in black and white, you saw the glorious 1937 version directed by Frank Capra and starring Ronald Colman, read more

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