It’s almost impossible to capture the unconditional love, sacrifice, struggles and humor that comes with being a mother in real life, but Hollywood screenwriters have certainly tried over the years. Here are the ten best movie moms ever to support or smother their way across the big screen:. "Terms of Endearment" (1983) Shirley MacLain took home an Academy Award for her portayal of a mother struggling to connect with both her daughter (Debra Winger) and an alcoholic suitar (Jack Nicholson). Spanning three decades, the Best Picture winner is still worth sobbing over. "Sounder" (1972) Cicely Tyson lost out to “Cabaret’s” Liza Minnelli for the best actress Oscar, but her performance as the matriarch of a struggling African-American family in the Depression-era South is no less award-worthy. That the drama was released in an era of schlocky blaxploitation films and became the 15th highest-grossing film of the year makes “Sounder” seem even more pioneering. Source: www.nydailynews.com
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It's almost impossible to capture the unconditional love, sacrifice, struggles and humor that comes with being a mother in real life, but Hollywood screenwriters have certainly tried over the years. Here are the ten best movie moms ever to support or
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It is hard to tell precisely whether the Warners' "Big Jim McLain," which put in a bulky appearance at ... Miss Olson is pretty and vacuous, James Arness is the same as another sleuth and Veda Ann Borg is raucous as a low-grade party girl type.
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From All Movie Guide: Yes, that was her real name. Born in Massachussetts, Veda Ann Borg established herself as a model in New York in the early 1930s. Though she'd never had any previous acting experience, Veda was given a secret screen test by Paramount ...
Veda Ann Borg; Born (1915-01-11) January 11, 1915 Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. Died: August 16, 1973 (1973-08-16) (aged 58) Hollywood, California U.S. Cause of death
Veda Ann Borg, Actress: Mildred Pierce. Born in Boston, Veda Ann Borg was a New York model in 1936 when a screen test brought her a short-lived contract at Paramount ...
Born in Boston, Veda Ann Borg was a New York model in 1936 when a screen test brought her a short-lived contract at Paramount, where she made her debut film, Three ...
In the classic film noir, Mildred Pierce (1945), Veda Ann Borg shares a dressing room at Wally’s Bar with Ann Blyth, whose character is coincidentally named Veda.