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Katharine Alexander Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

KATHARINE ALEXANDER
Born: September 22, 1898 in Fort Smith, Arkansas
Died: January 10, 1981 in Tryon, North Carolina
Biography | show moreshow less
Katharine  Alexander (1898-1981), born of Cherokee and American descent, has acted in over 60 movies and theatre performances, including Death Takes a Holiday (1934), Alias Mrs. Dow (1935), and, most famously, the London production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman (1949), where she was casted as the hard-nosed wife  of lousy salesman Paul Min.
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1951 Nash Airflyte Theatre (Performer), 1949 John Loves Mary (Performer), 1942 Now, Voyager (Performer), 1941 Angels with Broken Wings (Performer), 1941 Sis Hopkins (Performer), 1941 Small Town Deb (Performer), 1939 The Great Man Votes (Performer), 1937 The Girl from Scotland Yard (Performer), 1936 The Devil Is a Sissy (Performer), 1936 Moonlight Murder (Performer), 1936 Sutter's Gold (Performer), 1935 After Office Hours (Performer), 1935 Enchanted April (Performer), 1934 The Barretts of Wimpole Street (Performer), 1934 Death Takes a Holiday (Performer), 1983 Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage (Other), 1948 For the Love of Mary (Performer), 1943 The Human Comedy (Performer), 1942 The Vanishing Virginian (Performer), 1937 Stage Door (Performer), 1937 As Good as Married (Performer), 1936 Reunion (Performer), 1935 Splendor (Performer), 1935 The Girl from 10th Avenue (Performer), 1934 The Painted Veil (Performer), 1930 Taxi Talks (Performer), 1930 Taxi Talks (in person), 1941 Play Girl (Performer), 1940 Anne of Windy Poplars (Performer), 1939 The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Performer), 1937 Double Wedding (Performer), 1935 Ginger (Performer), 1935 Alias Mary Dow (Performer), 1933 Should Ladies Behave (Performer), 1945 Kiss and Tell (Performer), 1942 On the Sunny Side (Performer), 1940 Dance, Girl, Dance (Performer), 1939 Three Sons (Performer), 1939 In Name Only (Performer), 1939 Broadway Serenade (Performer), 1938 Rascals (Performer), 1937 That Certain Woman (Performer), 1935 She Married Her Boss (Performer), 1935 Cardinal Richelieu (Performer), 1934 Operator 13 (Performer), 1930 The Hard Guy (Performer), 1938 Breakdowns of 1938 (in person)
Theater Credits | show moreshow less
Time for Elizabeth - Performer (September 27, 1948 - October 2, 1948), Little Brown Jug - Performer (March 6, 1946 - March 9, 1946), Letters to Lucerne - Performer (December 23, 1941 - January 10, 1942), The Party's Over - Performer (March 27, 1933 - May 1933), Honeymoon - Performer (December 23, 1932 - February 1933), Best Years - Performer (September 7, 1932 - October 1932), The Left Bank - Performer (October 5, 1931 - May 1932), Stepdaughters of War - Performer (October 6, 1930 - October 1930), Hotel Universe - Performer (April 14, 1930 - June 1930), The Boundary Line - Performer (February 5, 1930 - March 1930), Little Accident - Performer (October 9, 1928 - July 1929), The Queen's Husband - Performer (January 25, 1928 - May 1928), Hangman's House - Performer (December 16, 1926 - December 1926), Gentle Grafters - Performer (October 27, 1926 - November 1926), The Call of Life - Performer (October 9, 1925 - October 1925), It All Depends - Performer (August 10, 1925 - August 1925), Ostriches - Performer (March 30, 1925 - April 1925), The Stork - Performer (January 26, 1925 - February 1925), That Awful Mrs. Eaton - Performer (September 29, 1924 - October 1924), Leah Kleschna - Performer (April 21, 1924 - May 1924), Chains - Performer (September 19, 1923 - January 1924), Love Laughs - Performer (May 20, 1919 - June 1919), Good Morning, Judge - Performer (February 6, 1919 - June 6, 1919), A Successful Calamity - Performer (February 5, 1917 - June 1917)

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