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Movie - Television Titles :

Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole (1972) (TV) .... Dr. Maggie Cole
The Revengers (1972) .... Elizabeth Reilly
... aka Vengadores, Los (Mexico) 
Heat of Anger (1972) (TV) .... Jessie Fitzgerald
... aka Fitzgerald and Pride 
Valley of the Dolls (1967) .... Helen Lawson
The Honey Pot (1967/I) .... Mrs. Sheridan
... aka It Comes Up Murder 
... aka Mr. Fox of Venice 
... aka The Honeypot (USA) 
Where Love Has Gone (1964) .... Valerie Hayden Miller
Stolen Hours (1963) .... Laura Pember
... aka Summer Flight (USA) 
I Thank a Fool (1962) .... Christine Allison
Back Street (1961) .... Rae Smith
Ada (1961) .... Ada Gillis
The Marriage-Go-Round (1961) .... Content Delville
Woman Obsessed (1959) .... Mary Sharron
Thunder in the Sun (1959) .... Gabrielle Dauphin
I Want to Live! (1958) .... Barbara Graham
Top Secret Affair (1957) .... Dorothy 'Dottie' Peale
... aka Their Secret Affair (UK) 
The Conqueror (1956) .... Bortai
... aka Conqueror of the Desert 
I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955) .... Lillian Roth
Soldier of Fortune (1955) .... Mrs. Jane Hoyt
Untamed (1955) .... Katie O'Neill(Kildare)(Van Riebeck)
Garden of Evil (1954) .... Leah Fuller
Demetrius and the Gladiators (1954) .... Messalina
White Witch Doctor (1953) .... Ellen Burton
The President's Lady (1953) .... Rachel Donaldson
The Lusty Men (1952) .... Louise Merritt
The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952) .... Helen
... aka Ernest Hemingway's The Snows of Kilimanjaro (USA: complete title) 
With a Song in My Heart (1952) .... Jane Froman
David and Bathsheba (1951) .... Bathsheba
I Can Get It for You Wholesale (1951) .... Harriet Boyd
... aka Only the Best (USA: TV title) 
... aka This Is My Affair (UK) 
Rawhide (1951) .... Vinnie Holt
... aka Desperate Siege (USA: reissue title) 
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (1951) .... Mary Elizabeth Eden Thompson
My Foolish Heart (1949) .... Eloise Winters
House of Strangers (1949) .... Irene Bennett
Tulsa (1949) .... Cherokee Lansing
The Saxon Charm (1948) .... Janet Busch
Tap Roots (1948) .... Morna Dabney
The Lost Moment (1947) .... Tina Bordereau
They Won't Believe Me (1947) .... Verna Carlson
Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman (1947) .... Angelica 'Angie'/'Angel' Evans Conway
... aka A Woman Destroyed (UK) 
... aka Smash-Up 
Canyon Passage (1946) .... Lucy Overmire
Deadline at Dawn (1946) .... June Goth
And Now Tomorrow (1944) .... Janice Blair
The Hairy Ape (1944) .... Mildred Douglas
Skirmish on the Home Front (1944) .... Molly Miller
The Fighting Seabees (1944) .... Constance Chesley
... aka Donovan's Army 
Jack London (1943) .... Charmian Kittredge
... aka The Adventures of Jack London 
... aka The Life of Jack London 
... aka The Story of Jack London (USA) 
Hit Parade of 1943 (1943) .... Jill Wright
... aka Change of Heart (USA: reissue title) 
Young and Willing (1943) .... Kate Benson
... aka Out of the Frying Pan 
I Married a Witch (1942) .... Estelle Masterson
The Forest Rangers (1942) .... Tana 'Butch' Mason
Paramount Victory Short No. T2-1: A Letter from Bataan (1942) .... Mrs. Mary Lewis
... aka A Letter from Bataan (USA: short title) 
Reap the Wild Wind (1942) .... Cousin Drusilla Alston
... aka Cecil B. DeMille's Reap the Wild Wind (USA: complete title) 
Among the Living (1941) .... Millie Pickens
Sis Hopkins (1941) .... Carol Hopkins
Adam Had Four Sons (1941) .... Hester Stoddard
... aka Legacy (USA) 
$1000 a Touchdown (1939) .... Betty McGlen
Our Leading Citizen (1939) .... Judith Schofield
Beau Geste (1939) .... Isobel Rivers
Comet Over Broadway (1938) (uncredited) .... Amateur Actress
Girls on Probation (1938) .... Gloria Adams
The Sisters (1938) (uncredited) .... Telephone Operator
Campus Cinderella (1938) .... Co-Ed
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938) (scenes deleted) .... Patient
Hollywood Hotel (1937) (uncredited) .... Starlet at table

Famous Persons Description: Susan Hayward was born June 30, 1917 as Edythe Marrener in Brooklyn, New York, USA. She was the youngest of three children and was overshadowed in her mother's affections by her sister which left lifelong scars. At the age of six, she was hit by a car while crossing the street. Her recovery took more than a year and left her with a distinctive ambulatory style. Edythe appeared in an elementary school production of "Cinderella in Flowerland" with friend Ira Grossel, who was renamed Jeff Chandler when he came to Hollywood. After high school she began her career as a photographer's model in New York City. She was brought to Hollywood in 1937 to test for the part of Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind. The screen test led to bit parts, a name change and a Warner Brothers contract in 1938. Susan's first film for Warner Brothers was as an extra in The Sisters. Her contract was dropped after six months and she signed a seven year contract with Paramount. She portrayed Isobel Rivers in the huge hit Beau Geste in 1939. She learned early on to lobby for more demanding roles than ingenue and received critical notice for her part in 1941's Among the Living. After playing second female leads for several years, she starred in 1944's The Fighting Seabees and The Hairy Ape. Her break out role for which she earned a Best Actress Oscar nomination was 1947's Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman portraying an alcoholic. She earned her second Oscar nomination for her role in 1949's My Foolish Heart. Now an established star, she chose her projects carefully. She was again Oscar-nominated and again a runner-up for her portrayal of courageous singer Jane Froman in With a Song in My Heart in 1952. Hayward was a smash as alcoholic singer Lillian Roth in 1955's I'll Cry Tomorrow but again did not win the Academy Award. During the filming of I'll Cry Tomorrow, Susan reportedly became very depressed over her failed marriage and took an overdose of sleeping pills. She called her mother just before she fell asleep and said, "Don't worry, you'll be taken care of." Her mother notified the police and Susan received the emergency treatment and follow-up she needed. She gave the performance of a lifetime in 1958's I Want to Live! and was rewarded for it with the coveted Best Actress Oscar. After making I Want To Live!, Susan formed her own production company, Carrollton Productions. Her company's first film was Thunder in the Sun with Jeff Chandler. She appeared in approximately one movie a year, mostly undistinguished critically, though very popular with audiences. Back Street was one of the top-grossing films of 1961. The loss of her husband Eaton Chalkley on January 9, 1966 was devastating. In 1972, she was diagnosed with multiple inoperable brain tumors and given a few months to live. Her will to live was just as strong as her will to achieve success as an actress. She survived two and a half years. In 1974, Susan was invited by the AMPAS to present the Best Actress Award. Susan was determined not to disappoint her fans. Her doctor gave her a shot of dilantin, an anti-seizure medication, so that she could get out on stage on the arm of Charlton Heston. Nolan Miller designed a marvelous green-sequined gown to hide her emaciated body, and she wore a lovely wig. She looked gorgeous. However, shortly after reaching her waiting limousine, she suffered a seizure. Susan finally passing away on March 14, 1975. She was buried in the green-sequined gown beside second husband Floyd Eaton Chalkley in Carrollton, Georgia and her marker reads, "Mrs. F. E. Chalkley."

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