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Mary Ure

Highest Rated:   90% Where Eagles Dare (1969)
Lowest Rated:   25% Custer of the West (1967)
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Scottish-born actress Mary Ure preferred the theater to movies, period; her entire cinematic output consists of nine films, some of which she made merely to please her husbands. In 1959, Ure recreated her stage characterization of Alison Porter in Look Back in Anger, written by husband number one, John Osborne. In 1968, she showed up as Mrs. George Armstrong Custer in Custer of the West, which starred husband number two, Robert Shaw. She was nominated for an Academy Award for her performance in the 1960 film version of Sons and Lovers, and starred in the London stage productions of such American plays as A View From the Bridge and The Crucible. Shortly after opening in a new play in London in 1975, 42-year-old Mary Ure died accidentally after consuming whiskey and tranquilizers.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet A Reflection of Fear
  • Katherine
1973
90% Where Eagles Dare
  • Mary Elison
1969
25% Custer of the West
  • Elizabeth Custer
1967
No Score Yet The Luck of Ginger Coffey
  • Vera Coffey
1964
No Score Yet The Mind Benders
  • Oonagh Longman
1963
75% Sons and Lovers
  • Clara Dawes
1960
89% Look Back in Anger
  • Alison Porter
1958
No Score Yet Windom's Way
  • Lee Windom
1957
No Score Yet Storm Over the Nile
  • Mary Burroughs
1956

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