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Death of another Show Biz Legend - Barbara Rush


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Barbara Rush, one of the last remaining actresses of the Golden Age of Hollywood, passed away on Easter Sunday, at age 97.

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The actress appeared in the films 'Magnificent Obsession,' 'Bigger Than Life' and 'The Young Philadelphians' and on TV's 'Peyton Place.'

 

IMDB lists 114 Barbara Rush movies and TV appearances during her almost 70-year career.

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Known for: It Came from Outer Space, When Worlds Collide, Hombre

 

Bozo's favorite of her various roles was that of the evil Nora Clavicle in the 60's Batman TV series.

BTC

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7 hours ago, samhexum said:

Ah, the show that made Ethel Merman famous!

Correct!
Ethel Merman portrayed the villainess Lola Lasagna during the truly bizarre Season 3 of the Batman TV series.

Tralfaz: Ethel and Yvonne

The Penguin: I knew you when you'd steal the braces from other kids teeth.
Lola Lasagna: While you stole their teeth!

BTC

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On 4/1/2024 at 5:55 AM, BOZO T CLOWN said:

Barbara Rush, one of the last remaining actresses of the Golden Age of Hollywood, passed away on Easter Sunday, at age 97.

WWW.HOLLYWOODREPORTER.COM

The actress appeared in the films 'Magnificent Obsession,' 'Bigger Than Life' and 'The Young Philadelphians' and on TV's 'Peyton Place.'

 

IMDB lists 114 Barbara Rush movies and TV appearances during her almost 70-year career.

WWW.IMDB.COM

Known for: It Came from Outer Space, When Worlds Collide, Hombre

 

Bozo's favorite of her various roles was that of the evil Nora Clavicle in the 60's Batman TV series.

BTC

I love the Old Hollywood glam shots of Barbara Rush, such a throwback.  While swiping through her photos, her face seemed familiar, but I couldn't remember where I saw her until I saw The Young Philadelphians stills.  Wow, I saw that movie more than 3 decades ago, but it must be true that you never forget a face.

PS:  the old Batman series was a gold mine for lovers of camp.

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