Virginia Field

Virginia Field(4 November 1917 – 2 January 1992) was a British-born film actress.

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 Virginia Field's Early years

was the judge of Leicester County Court Circuit.Her mother was a cousin of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and her aunt was British stage actress and director Auriol Lee .[citation needed]

and then returned to England where she studied for the stage. In Vienna she acted for Max Reinhardt and on returning to Britain she was given her first film role inThe Lady is Willingfollowed by a Hollywood contract.[citation needed]

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 Virginia Field's Film

Field went to the U.S. to appear in David O. Selznick 'sLittle Lord Fauntleroy(1936). In the late 1930s she appeared in various parts in 20th Century Fox 's Mr. Moto film series.

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 Virginia Field's Television

During the long-runningPerry Masonseries on CBS between 1957-66, Field made six guest appearances. In both the 1960 episode, "The Case of the Provocative Protege", and the 1962 episode, "The Case of the Polka Dot Pony," she played the murderer. In the 1964 episode, "The Case of the Simple Simon," Field played the role of Mason's client and defendant Ramona Carver. She also appeared as Lotta Langley in an episode of the ABC seriesThe Rebel, starring Nick Adams .

:808and she had the role of Josephine Dunning in the pilot forMeet the Girls, a comedy aired on CBS August 30, 1960.

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 Virginia Field's Recognition

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 Virginia Field's Marriages

In 1947, she married Howard Grode, a composer and musician.

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 Virginia Field's Death

She was interred at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Cathedral City, California .

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 Virginia Field's Partial filmography

  • The Primrose Path(1934)
  • Ladies in Love(1936)
  • Lloyd's of London(1936)
  • Little Lord Fauntleroy(1936)
  • Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo(1937)
  • Think Fast, Mr. Moto(1938)
  • The Sun Never Sets(1939)
  • Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation(1939)
  • Captain Fury(1939)
  • Waterloo Bridge(1940)
  • Dance, Girl, Dance(1940)
  • Singapore Woman(1941)
  • Atlantic Convoy(1942)
  • The Crystal Ball(1943)
  • Repeat Performance(1947)
  • The Imperfect Lady(1947)
  • Christmas Eve (film) (1947)
  • Dream Girl(1948)
  • A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court(1949)
  • Dial 1119(1950)
  • Rockabilly Baby(1957)
  • The Earth Dies Screaming(1965)
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 Virginia Field's References

  1. Virginia Field (1917–1992) profile, Dictionary of Women Worldwide: 25,000 Women Through the Ages. Gale (2007); retrieved 13 December 2015 via HighBeam Research.
  2. Woolpert, Kelly (September 2, 1936). "Bits of Gossip About Hollywood's Film Folk". The Vidette-Messenger (Indiana, Valparaiso). United Press. p. 4. Retrieved May 9, 2016 – via  open access publication - free to read
  3. "Hollywood Round-Up". The News-Herald (Pennsylvania, Franklin). United Press. August 26, 1938. p. 7. Retrieved May 9, 2016 – via  open access publication - free to read
  4. "the Hollywood Roundup". The Times (Indiana, Hammond). United Press. November 9, 1936. p. 14. Retrieved May 9, 2016 – via  open access publication - free to read
  5. "Actress' Father Dies". Albuquerque Journal (New Mexico, Albuquerque). Associated Press. December 12, 1949. p. 9. Retrieved May 10, 2016 – via  open access publication - free to read open access publication - free to read
  6. Terrace, Vincent (2011). Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010. McFarland & Company, Inc. ISBN 978-0-7864-6477-7. P. 678.
  7. "Virginia Field". Hollywood Walk of Fame. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 
  8. "Divorced Actress Wins Court Suit". The Salt Lake Tribune (Utah, Salt Lake City). Associated Press. November 29, 1960. p. 22. Retrieved May 9, 2016 – via  open access publication - free to read
  9. "Virginia Field Weds". The Monroe News-Star (Louisiana, Monroe). Associated Press. April 7, 1947. p. 6. Retrieved May 9, 2016 – via  open access publication - free to read
  10. "Virginia Field, Actress In Films, Is Dead at 74". The New York Times. January 9, 1992. Retrieved 10 May 2016. 

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