Rosalind Russell, Actress: Auntie Mame. The middle of seven children, she was named, not for the heroine of "As You Like It" but for the S.S. Rosalind on which her parents had sailed, at the suggestion of her father, a successful lawyer. After receiving a Catholic school education, she went to the American Academy of Dramatic Art in New York, having convinced her mother that she intended...
Rosalind Russell was also the name used for the final female bailiff on the 1984-1992 sitcom, Night Court. Marsha Warfield played the character of Rosalind "Roz" Russell from the fourth season, following the death of Florence Halop, until the series ended.
Hawks had difficulty casting His Girl Friday.While the choice of Cary Grant was almost instantaneous, the casting of Hildy was a more extended process. At first, Hawks wanted Carole Lombard, whom he had directed in the screwball comedy Twentieth Century (1934), but the cost of hiring Lombard in her new status as a freelancer proved to be far too expensive, and Columbia could not afford her.
This is a delightful film with Rosalind Russell. She wrote the script as CJ Knight, her husband produced it, and it is very true to the first novel, "The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax." As a new fan of the Pollifax books (I only started listening to audio versions this year) I am so happy I saw this movie, the last film Ms. Russell was in.
Two high-spirited young students at St. Francis Academy For Girls keep things hopping for the challenged Mother Superior (Rosalind Russell) and her staff of bewildered Sisters.
28/07/2022 · DEATH NOTICE Elvera Rosalind Percentie Clarke age 74 years of #55 Ned Wallace Road and formerly of Godet Avenue, Carmichael Road (Nassau), Whymper Lane (Freeport), and Harbour Island (North Eleuthera), who died peacefully on Friday July 22, 2022. Left to cherish her memories are her Daughters: Keturah and Anila Clarke; Sister: Ann Percentie- Russell; and
Bertrand Russell nacque da una delle più prestigiose e potenti famiglie dell'aristocrazia britannica, i Russell di Bedford, conti e duchi, le cui origini risalgono al XII secolo. Tra coloro che portarono il titolo connesso a questa famiglia vi fu Giovanni di Lancaster, I Duca di Bedford, reggente di Francia e Inghilterra ai tempi di Enrico VI .