Peggy Ann Garner

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VIDEO: The Probe

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The Probe
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Length: 51:27
Aired: 1/16/1965

The inhabitants of an airplane that crashed in the eye of a hurricane find a floating alien laboratory. watch

VIDEO: The Probe

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The Probe
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Length: 52:00
Aired: 1/16/1965

Pilot "Cobe" Coberly heads the crew of a transoceanic cargo plane in flight to Tokyo with only one passenger, Amanda Frank. A hurricane forces the plane to ditch directly within the "eye" of the storm. watch

VIDEO: Ironside (1967): Price Tag: Death

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Ironside (1967): Price Tag: Death
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Aired: 11/7/1968

A former policeman vows to bring a murderer to justice after the death of a wino. watch

Videos

Wedding Crashers Scene: Call Me Kat
Wedding Crashers Scene: A Bicycle
Wedding Crashers Scene: You're Gonna L
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Credits

Year Title Description
2011 Hollywood's Children TV Show Series, Subject (person only)
1978 A Wedding Movie, Actor - Candice Ruteledge
1966 The Cat Movie, Actor - Martha Kilby
1954 Black Widow Movie, Actor - Nanny Ordway
1951 Teresa Movie, Actor - Susan

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I know the Oscar statuettes ...

Question: I know the Oscar statuettes are about a foot tall and weigh 8 pounds, but what are they made of, and is it true that they got their name because someone said it looked like their Uncle Oscar? That sounds like a made-up story.


Answer: Last part first: The official story is indeed that Margaret Herrick, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' first librarian in 1931 and its executive director from 1943 to 1971 (and for whom the Academy's Los Angeles library, where I've done my share of research, is named), saw one of the statuettes (designed by MGM art director Cedric Gibbons for the first ceremony in 1929) on a desk and exclaimed that it looked just like her Uncle Oscar. Which is sort of alarming in that it implies that her uncle was a bald nudist with a thing for (perhaps compensatory) swords. Many people prefer the slightly ruder version in which Bette Davis sugge read more

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