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  • Doro Merande - Wikipedia

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    Doro Merande (born Dora Matthews, March 31, 1892 – November 1, 1975) was an American actress who appeared in film, theater, and television

  • Doro Merande - IMDb

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    Doro Merande, Actress: Our Town. Plain, angular Doro Merande was one of those delightful character actresses you couldn't take your eyes off of, no matter how minuscule the part. She excelled at playing older than she was -- doting aunts, inveterate gossips, curt secretaries and small-minded townspeople -- all topped with an amusing warble in ...

  • Doro Merande (1892-1975) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    This was the part that brought her to Hollywood in 1940, where Merande appeared in dozens of Hollywood-based TV and movie character roles, including the loud mouthed housekeeper in "The Gazebo" (1959) and the strident victim of Soviet invaders in "The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming" (1966).

  • Doro Merande – Broadway Cast & Staff | IBDB

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    Productions Date of Productions; The Front Page [Play, Comedy, Revival] Also Starring: Doro Merande [Jennie] May 10, 1969 - Jul 05, 1969 Diary of a Scoundrel

  • Doro Merande - cartoonhd.press

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    Plain, angular Doro Merande was one of those delightful character actresses you couldn't take your eyes off of, no matter how minuscule the part. She excelled at playing older than she was -- doting aunts, inveterate gossips, curt secretaries and small-minded townspeople -- all topped with an amusing warble in her voice and bristly eccentric edge.

  • Doro Merande - Rotten Tomatoes

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    In 1960, Doro was one of the stars of the TV sitcom Bringing up Buddy; reportedly, all chances for this series' success were sabotaged by the fact that Ms. Merande and her co-star, silent film ...

  • Biography for Doro Merande - tcm.com

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    Doro Merande was an actress who made a successful career for herself in film. Merande began her acting career appearing mainly in films, such as "Our Town" (1940), "Cover-Up" (1949) and "Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell" (1951) with Clifton Webb.

  • Doro Merande - Biography - IMDb

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    Doro Merande (nee Dora Matthews) appeared in 25 Broadway plays, most famously as the old lady who "loved weddings" in the original 1938 production of "Our Town". This part brought her to Hollywood in 1940.

  • Doro Merande - revolvy.com

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    Doro Merande (born Dora Matthews, March 31, 1892 – November 1, 1975) was an American actress who appeared in film, theater, and television. Stage actress Born in Columbus in Cherokee County in the southeastern corner of Kansas , as Dora Matthews [1] and grew up in boarding schools in Michigan .

  • Pictures of Doro Merande - Pictures Of Celebrities

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    Doro Merande (March 31, 1892 – November 1, 1975) was an American actress who appeared in film, stage and television.

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