Martha Scott

Highest Rated:
100% Sayonara (1957)
Lowest Rated:
31% Airport 1975 (1974)
Birthday:
Sep 22
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Direct from the University of Michigan, actress Martha Scott made her first professional appearance with the Globe Theatre troupe, performing abridged versions of Shakespeare at the 1933-34 Chicago World's Fair. Scott then worked extensively in stock and on radio before making her celebrated…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Lemonade
  • Actor
-- 2003
Lemonade
  • Actor
-- 2003
Doin' Time On Planet Earth
  • Virginia Camalier
-- 1988
Adam: His Song Continues
  • Actor
-- 1986
Adam
  • Gram Walsh
-- 1983
Beulah Land
  • Penelope Pennington
-- 1980
Father Figure
  • Hilda Wollman
-- 1980
Word
  • Actor
-- 1978
56% The Turning Point
  • Adelaide
-- 1977
Abduction of St. Anne
  • Mother Michael
-- 1975
Thursday's Game
  • Mrs. Reynolds
-- 1974
31% Airport 1975
  • Sister Beatrice
-- 1974
75% Charlotte's Web
  • Director
  • Mrs. Arable
-- 1973
The Devil's Daughter
  • Mrs. Stone
-- 1973
87% Ben-Hur
  • Miriam
-- 1959
100% Sayonara
  • Mrs. Webster
-- 1957
91% The Ten Commandments
  • Yochabel
-- 1956
83% The Desperate Hours
  • Eleanor Hilliard
-- 1955
Strange Bargain
  • Georgia Wilson
-- 1949
So Well Remembered
  • Olivia
-- 1947
Stage Door Canteen
  • Actor
-- 1943
In Old Oklahoma (War of the Wildcats)
  • Catherine Allen
-- 1943
Hi Diddle Diddle
  • Janie Prescott
-- 1943
100% One Foot in Heaven
  • Hope Morris Spence
-- 1941
Cheers for Miss Bishop
  • Ella Bishop
-- 1941
86% Our Town
  • Emily Webb
-- 1940
The Howards of Virginia (The Tree of Liberty)
  • Jan Peyton-Howard
-- 1940

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Quotes from Martha Scott's Characters

    1. Emily Webb: (sighs) Oh momma, you never tell us the truth about anything.
    2. Emily Webb: (to her mom) Am I pretty enough to get anybody?
    3. Mrs. Webb: answers: You're pretty enough for all normal purposes.
    From Our Town. Submitted by rick b (2 years ago)
    1. Mr. Morgan the narrator: The day (in the town) is winding down like a tired clock.
    2. Emily Webb: I'm going to make speeches all my life.
    3. Mrs. Webb: Seriously, not serious.
    4. Emily Webb: Momma, am I good looking?
    5. Mrs. Webb: answers: Course you are.
    From Our Town. Submitted by rick b (2 years ago)
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