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1879 - 1962
The actress Lucille Watson made her stage debut in 1902 and was successful with plays like "The City" (09) and "Under Cover" (13). She was already a successful actress on Broadway when she made her film debut in 1916 with "The Girl with the Green Eyes" (16).
Afterwards followed a longer interruption and she dedicated again to the theater exclusively.
Only with the rise of the talkies she came back to the big screen but
her appearances in front of the camera kept selom in that decade.
In the 40's came the most of the movies with Lucille Watson into being. Among them are the productions "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" (41), "Watch on the Rhine" (43) - for which she was nominated for an Oscar, "The Thin Man Goes Home" (44), "Never Say Goodbye" (46), "Ivy" (47) and "The Emperor Waltz" (48).
The 50's marked the end of her screen career where she again took part in some movies, often for Television. She took part in "Let's Dance" (50), "My Forbidden Past" (51) and an episode of the serial "Studio One: A Favor for a Friend" (54).
Lucile Watson was married with the actor Rockliffe Fellowes and the
writer Louis Evan Shipman.
Other movies with Lucile Watson: