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On TV in the '70s she was Archie Bunker's lippy liberal neighbor on All in the Family and the wise, skeptical landlady on Laverne & Shirley. Broadway: The Golden Age -- By The Legends Who Were There, Plus, some seasonally appropriate Hallmark movies, Including how to watch previous debates and town halls. © 2019 TIME USA, LLC. 1948, American Masters

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In her two-and-a-half hour Archive interview, Betty Garrett (1919-2011) talks about her early years training as an actress and dancer at the Neighborhood Playhouse and with Martha Graham in New York City in the 1930s. Mrs. Firth Karen Herman conducted the interview on May 21, 2003 in Studio City, CA. Film/Television (productions she was involved in): (Neptune's Daughter) Won Oscar for Best Original Song "Baby, It's Cold Outside" sung by Betty Garrett … 1955, Neptune's Daughter Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!

Offscreen, Garrett was a one-guy gal, the wife of Jolson Story star Larry Parks from 1944 until his death in 1975.



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For having joined the Communist Party, he was blacklisted; she was briefly graylisted.

She describes in great detail, the two television roles for which she is most identified, "Irene Lorenzo" on All in the Family and "Edna Babbish" on Laverne & Shirley. Eleanor Betty Garrett on being cast by Norman Lear as "Irene Lorenzo" on, Betty Garrett on how the Hollywood Blacklist impacted her and her husband, Larry Parks, Betty Garrett on her early nightclub act and work on Broadway, Betty Garrett on her first appearance on television on a local Chicago show, Betty Garrett on how she'd like to be remembered, On her early life and influences; on radio and movies she enjoyed while growing up; on deciding she wanted to be a performer, On being part of Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre Group, and on working with Welles; on studying acting with Sanford Meisner, On working at the 1939 World's Fair, and on the television exhibition; on her early nightclub act and work on Broadway, On appearing in the Broadway show "Laughing Room Only," and on meeting her husband, Larry Parks; on moving to Los Angeles and becoming a contract player at MGM, and on her first appearance on television; on appearing on, On how the Hollywood Blacklist impacted her and her husband, Larry Parks; on finally being removed from the Blacklist, and on meeting Senator Joseph McCarthy, On working with her husband, Larry Parks, on various television and stage projects, and on the types of characters she played; on appearing on the, On being cast by Norman Lear as "Irene Lorenzo" on, On working with Rob Reiner as "Mike Stivic" on, On advice to aspiring performers; on various people she's worked with in her career; on how she'd like to be remembered, On b-roll pictures from her career- with her father; the Wintergarden Theater; on stage in "Laughing Room Only"; on stage in "Call Me Mister"; with Mickey Rooney; with Frank Sinatra; with Danny Thomas; with Jack Lemmon and Janet Leigh; at the Palladium in London; with Larry Parks; with Carroll O'Connor on the set of, Betty Garrett on working with Carroll O'Connor as "Archie Bunker" on, Betty Garrett on working with Sally Struthers as "Gloria Stivic" on, Betty Garrett on working with Rob Reiner as "Mike Stivic" on, Betty Garrett on working with Vincent Gardenia as "Frank Lorenzo" on, Betty Garrett on playing "Edna Babish" on, Betty Garrett on working with Penny Marshall as "Laverne DeFazio" and Cindy Williams as "Shirley Feeney" on, Betty Garrett on working with the directors of, Betty Garrett on working at the 1939 World's Fair, and on the television exhibition, Betty Garrett on advice to aspiring performers, Betty Garrett on how the Hollywood Blacklist impacted her and her husband Larry Parks, Betty Garrett on finally being removed from the Blacklist, and on meeting Senator Joseph McCarthy, Betty Garrett on playing "Irene Lorenzo" on, Betty Garrett on various people she's worked with in her career: Lucille Ball, Betty Garrett on various people she's worked with in her career: Humphrey Bogart, Betty Garrett on various people she's worked with in her career: Carol Channing, Betty Garrett on various people she's worked with in her career: Imogene Coca, Betty Garrett on various people she's worked with in her career: Jimmy Durante, Betty Garrett on various people she's worked with in her career: Jack Lemmon, Betty Garrett on various people she's worked with in her career: Max Liebman, Betty Garrett on finally being removed from the Hollywood Blacklist, and on meeting Senator Joseph McCarthy, Betty Garrett on studying acting with Sanford Meisner, Betty Garrett on meeting her husband, Larry Parks, Betty Garrett on working with her husband, Larry Parks, on various television and stage projects, and on the types of characters she played, Betty Garrett on her husband, Larry Parks, Betty Garrett on various people she's worked with in her career: Red Skelton, and on her manager Lou Mandell, Betty Garrett on various people she's worked with in her career: Ed Sullivan, Betty Garrett on being part of Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre Group, and on working with Welles, All Nominee Information (printable lists), Editorial Calendar and Production Schedule, The Power of TV: Homelessness in Storytelling, The Interviews: An Oral History of Television, An Open Letter from Latinx Showrunners, Creators, TV and Feature Writers. But no one could long suppress Garrett's sunny verve, the saucy spin she gave to a line or a lyric.

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She describes her stage debut in 1938 in Orson Welles' and John Houseman's Mercury Theatre production of "Danton's Death."



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Betty Garrett on various people she's worked with in her career: Jimmy Durante.

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(Television series for "Becker") Nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress is a Comedy Series in the television series "Becker." For having joined the Communist Party, he was blacklisted; she was briefly graylisted. Finally, she talks about later guest appearances on such series as Murder, She Wrote, The Golden Girls and Becker. In 1973 she was cast as Irene Lorenzo on "All In The Family," and remained in the role until 1975, the same year her husband died. In 2003 she earned an Emmy nomination as Ted Danson's senior stalker on Becker.

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While there, she appeared in several musical films before returning to Broadway and making guest appearances on several television series. She recalls her television work in the 1960s in The Art Carney Specials, The Chevy Show, The Lloyd Bridges Show, and The Fugitive. 1 Episode (2003), The Golden Girls

She discusses her other stage roles, such as "Something for the Boys" with Ethel Merman and "Laffing Room Only" with Olsen and Johnson.



1957, My Sister Eileen She speaks about her movie career at MGM and the dark days of the Hollywood Blacklist that greatly affected her and her husband, Larry Parks.

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In 2003 she earned an Emmy nomination as Ted Danson's senior stalker on Becker.

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1948, Words And Music 1 Episode (1976). Shirley Delwyn In 1949 alone, she was Frank Sinatra's romantic pursuer in Take Me Out to the Ball Game and the seminal On the Town, and all but assaulted Red Skelton while singing "Baby, It's Cold Outside" in Neptune's Daughter. Garrett also had trouble finding work, though she enjoyed the extra time she was able to spend raising their two children. Elizabeth "Betty" Garrett (May 23, 1919 – February 12, 2011) was an American actress, comedian, singer and dancer who originally performed on Broadway before being signed to a film contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

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Lending a lilt to sarcastic dames, she turned the battle of the sexes into a multimedia art form. 27 Episodes (2016-2020), Grey's Anatomy "If you just sit around and wait for the phone to ring, you'll get nowhere.".



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Offscreen, Garrett was a one-guy gal, the wife of Jolson Story star Larry Parks from 1944 until his death in 1975. Betty Barrett

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The following year ABC introduced a spin-off of "Happy Days" called "Laverne and Shirley" and Garrett was cast as landlady Edna Babish, a …

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Betty Garrett on working with Vincent Gardenia as "Frank Lorenzo" on All in the Family, and on his unhappiness with the show. 1949, On The Town Miriam Guber

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Born in St. Joseph, Mo., Garrett hit Broadway as a teen and in the war years belted out Cole Porter and Vernon Duke songs before signing with MGM. Garrett talks about her first work in early television in Chicago and on such New York shows as All Star Revue and Texaco Command Appearance.