Clifton Webb articles on Wikipedia
Clifton Webb
(born November 19, 1889 – October 13, 1966), known professionally as Clifton Webb, was an American actor, dancer, and singer known for his Oscar-nominated
May 5th 2017



Clifton Webb (politician)
Sir Thomas Clifton Webb KCMG QC (8 March 1889 – 6 February 1962), known as Clifton Webb, was a New Zealand politician and diplomat. He was born in Te
Nov 21st 2016



Thomas Webb
Webb (1663–1731), English politician Clifton Webb (politician) (1889–1962), New Zealand politician and diplomat with a full name of Thomas Clifton Webb
Jan 16th 2017



Lawrence Webb
Lawrence Webb is an academic administrator and politician from Falls Church, Virginia. He was elected in 2008 to the Falls Church City Council, becoming
Feb 1st 2017



Clifton (given name)
officer in the U.S. Navy Clifton Sunada (born 1971), American judoka Clifton Webb (1889–1966), American actor Clifton Williams (1932–1967), NASA astronaut
May 24th 2017



Sitting Pretty (1948 film)
to babysit their children. It stars Robert Young, Maureen O'Hara and Clifton Webb. The movie was adapted by F. Hugh Herbert from the comic novel Belvedere
Mar 2nd 2017



Dreamboat (film)
Dreamboat is a 1952 comedy film starring Clifton Webb as a college professor with a past he would rather remain hidden. The respectable lives of
Feb 5th 2016



Elopement (film)
is a 1951 American comedy film directed by Henry Koster and starring Clifton Webb, Anne Francis, Charles Bickford, and William Lundigan. Jacqueline "Jake"
Feb 4th 2017



The Dark Corner
noir directed by Henry Hathaway starring Lucille Ball, Mark Stevens and Clifton Webb. Ex-con turned private investigator Bradford Galt (Mark Stevens) suspects
May 25th 2017



Webb (surname)
Webb (1909–1939), US jazz musician Chloe Webb (born 1960), US actor Clifton Webb (1889–1966), US actor Daniel Webb (disambiguation), several people David
Mar 18th 2017



For Heaven's Sake (1950 film)
For Heaven's Sake is a 1950 fantasy film starring Clifton Webb as an angel trying to save the marriage of a couple played by Joan Bennett and Robert Cummings
Feb 7th 2017



Mister Scoutmaster
Mister Scoutmaster is a 1953 film about Boy Scouts, starring Clifton Webb. It is based on the book Be Prepared by Keith Monroe, writing under the pseudonym
Oct 9th 2016



Boy on a Dolphin
Sophia Loren's English-language debut. She starred opposite Alan Ladd and Clifton Webb, with Alexis Minotis and Laurence Naismith in support. Hugo Friedhofer's
Feb 21st 2017



Flying Colors (musical)
Well" "Two-Faced Woman" "Alone Together" - Clifton Webb and Tamara Geva "Louisiana Hayride" - Clifton Webb and Tamara Geva Act 2 "On the American Plan"
Mar 5th 2016



As Thousands Cheer
Miller, Clifton Webb "The Funnies" -- Marilyn Miller "Easter Parade"† -- Marilyn Miller, Clifton Webb "Our Wedding Day" -- Marilyn Miller, Clifton Webb "Heat
Feb 25th 2017



Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell
Rings the Bell is a 1951 comedy film, the third and final one starring Clifton Webb as Belvedere Lynn Belvedere. It follows on from Sitting Pretty (1948) and Mr. Belvedere
May 24th 2017



Holy Rood Church, Swindon
Holy Rood Church is a Roman Catholic Parish church in Swindon, Wiltshire, England. It was founded in 1851 as a chapel and was rebuilt as a church in 1905
May 14th 2017



Meet the Wife (play)
Lennox, Humphrey Bogart as the juvenile lead reporter Gregory Brown and Clifton Webb as sporting youngblood Victor Staunton. It was set in Gertrude Lennox's
Nov 21st 2016



At Long Last Love (song)
Porter, for his 1938 musical You Never Know, where it was introduced by Clifton Webb. Ella Fitzgerald - Ella Loves Cole (1972) Julie London - All Through
Feb 8th 2017



Holiday for Lovers
Ronald Alexander, the film stars Clifton Webb, Jane Wyman, Jill St. John and Carol Lynley. Robert Dean (Clifton Webb) is an old-fashioned psychologist
Feb 26th 2017



Cheaper by the Dozen (1950 film)
and motion study and efficiency experts Frank Bunker Gilbreth, Sr. (Clifton Webb) and psychologist Lillian Moller Gilbreth (Myrna Loy). The title comes
Apr 27th 2017



Treasure Girl
closing on January 5, 1929. It starred Gertrude Lawrence and featured Clifton Webb and Walter Catlett. Bertram Harrison directed, and Bobby Connelly choreographed
Jan 20th 2017



Satan Never Sleeps
of St. Mary's (1945). It also is the final screen appearance of actor Clifton Webb. It is about a priest, Father O'Banion (William Holden), who arrives
May 2nd 2017



Selma, Lord, Selma
Selma, Lord, Selma is a 1999 American film based on true events that happened in March 1965, known as Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. The film tells the
May 3rd 2017



The Little Show
with his sardonic banter", "torch singer Libby Hollman smoldered." Clifton Webb, the debonair star, "wanted a number that was more perverse, a number
Oct 6th 2016



The Man Who Never Was
dramatising actual events. The film was directed by Ronald Neame and starred Clifton Webb, Gloria Grahame and Robert Flemyng. It is about Operation Mincemeat,
Oct 19th 2016



Woman's World (1954 film)
general manager of Gifford Motors dies, company owner Ernest Gifford (Clifton Webb) invites the three candidates for the position to New York City so he
Apr 30th 2017



The Great London Mystery
The Great London Mystery is a 1920 British silent crime film directed by Charles Raymond and starring David Devant, Robert Clifton and Charles Raymond
May 15th 2017



The Still Alarm (1930 film)
Still Alarm (1930) is a short film starring comedians Fred Allen and Clifton Webb, and directed by Roy Mack. The film was based on a skit by George S.
Feb 18th 2016



Kaipara (New Zealand electorate)
by-election was postponed through the By-elections Postponement Act 1943, and Clifton Webb succeeded Coates at the general election in September 1943. When the
May 15th 2017



Lydecker
Lydecker, a pen name of English writer Stephen Gallagher (born 1954) Waldo Lydecker, a main character in the 1944 film noir Laura, played by Clifton Webb
Apr 30th 2017



Stars and Stripes Forever (film)
late-19th-/early-20th-century composer Sousa John Philip Sousa, played by Clifton Webb. Sousa is best known for his military marches, of which "The Stars and
Jan 28th 2017



The Razor's Edge (1946 film)
1946 and stars Tyrone Power, Gene Tierney, John Payne, Anne Baxter, Clifton Webb, Herbert Marshall, with a supporting cast including Lucile Watson, Frank
Apr 30th 2017



Laura (1944 film)
directed by Otto Preminger. It stars Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews and Clifton Webb along with Vincent Price and Judith Anderson. The screenplay by Jay Dratler
May 16th 2017



John Stewart (New Zealand politician)
Stewart contested the Kaipara electorate in the 1943 election, but lost to Clifton Webb. He represented the Arch Hill electorate from 1951 to 1954. The electorate
May 14th 2017



Sandro Ruffini
versions of their films, including Leslie Howard in Gone with the Wind, Clifton Webb in Laura, and Charlie Chaplin in Limelight. Odette (1916) The Last Tsars
Nov 14th 2016



City of Missing Girls
City of Missing Girls is a 1941 American film directed by Elmer Clifton. The police led by Captain McVeigh and the Assistant District Attorney James J
Oct 9th 2016



Dreamboat (disambiguation)
Dreamboat may also refer to: Dreamboat (film), a 1952 comedy starring Clifton Webb Dreamboat, a 1975 album by George Baker Selection "(He's My) Dreamboat"
Dec 22nd 2014



For Heaven's Sake
starring Harold Lloyd For Heaven's Sake (1950 film), a fantasy starring Clifton Webb For Heaven's Sake (2008 film), a film starring Florence Henderson For
Mar 17th 2013



Polly with a Past
film starred Ina Claire, reprising her stage role as the title Polly. Clifton Webb had an early unbilled screen appearance in this film. As with many Metro
May 14th 2017



Southeast Bulloch High School
Southeast Bulloch High School is located in Brooklet, Georgia, Georgia, United States, at 9184 Brooklet/Denmark Highway. Its student population as of the
Dec 13th 2016



The Forecast
The Forecast is an indie rock band from Peoria, Illinois. The Forecast's sound is most recognizable for containing strong two and three part harmonies
May 22nd 2017



Mr. Belvedere Goes to College
the Bell (1951). The film focuses on prickly genius Lynn Belvedere (Clifton Webb) who enrolls in a major university with the intention of obtaining a
Sep 10th 2016



Suicide squad (New Zealand)
government under party leader Holland Sidney Holland. A key aide to Holland was Webb Clifton Webb, who was appointed to Attorney-General. As Minister of Justice, Webb
Mar 10th 2017



Sitting Pretty
Sitting Pretty (1948 film), starring Robert Young, Maureen O'Hara and Clifton Webb Sitting Pretty (1933 film), featuring Jack Oakie, Jack Haley and Ginger
Jun 7th 2014



Stars and Stripes Forever (disambiguation)
Stripes Forever (film), a 1952 biopic about John Philip Sousa, starring Clifton Webb, Debra Paget, Robert Wagner, and Ruth Hussey Stars and Stripes Forever
May 3rd 2016



Let Not Man Put Asunder
- Mrs. Vassall Gladys Frazin - Gentian Tyrell Homer Lynn - Chaillot Clifton Webb - Major Bertie (uncredited) This film is now considered a lost film
May 14th 2017



I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan
Howard Dietz. The song was published in 1929. The song was introduced by Clifton Webb in the 1929 revue The Little Show and sung by Fred Astaire and Jack Buchanan
Apr 4th 2017



St Peter's Church, Gloucester
St Peter's Church is a Roman Catholic Parish church in Gloucester, Gloucestershire. It was built from 1860 to 1868 and designed by Gilbert Blount. It is
May 18th 2017



1889 in film
London, American actor (died 1963) November 10 - Claude Rains, British-American actor (died 1967) November 19 - Clifton Webb, American actor (died 1966)
Mar 31st 2017





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