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Lucie Lancaster (1907–1998)

Lucie Lancaster was born on October 15, 1907 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She was an actress, known for Robert Montgomery Presents (1950), The United States Steel Hour (1953) and The Vagabond King (1956). She died on December 24, 1998 in Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Robert Montgomery Presents Hawkins / Mrs. Gargery
(1954)
The United States Steel Hour Lucy Baxley / Mrs. Haggerty
(1955-1963)
(1956)
Producers' Showcase Myrtle (segment 'Still Life')
(1954)

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 1977 The Sentinel
Alison's mother
 1955-1963 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series)
Mrs. Haggerty / Lucy Baxley
- The Old Lady Shows Her Medals (1963) ... Mrs. Haggerty
- Counterfeit (1955) ... Lucy Baxley
 1956 The Gale Storm Show: Oh! Susanna (TV Series)
Mrs. Reardon
- The Chimpanzee (1956) ... Mrs. Reardon
 1956 The Vagabond King
Margaret
 1956 23 Paces to Baker Street
Miss Marston (uncredited)
 1954 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
Mrs. Gargery / Hawkins
- Dr. Ed (1954)
- Great Expectations: Part 1. The Promise (1954) ... Mrs. Gargery
- Our Hearts Were Young and Gay (1954) ... Hawkins
- Richard Said No (1954)
 1954 Producers' Showcase (TV Series)
Myrtle (segment 'Still Life')
- Tonight at 8:30 (1954) ... Myrtle (segment 'Still Life')
 1954 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
Mrs. Potter
- The Death and Life of Larry Benson (1954) ... Mrs. Potter
 1954 Medallion Theatre (TV Series)
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Other Works:

Mr. Pickwick (1952). Comedy (revival). Written by Stanley Young. Based on incidents from "The Pickwick Papers" by Charles Dickens. Production Design by Kathleen Ankers. Directed by John Burrell. Plymouth Theatre (moved to The John Golden Theatre from 27 Oct 1952- close): 17 Sep 1952- 8 Nov 1952 (61 performances). Cast: Wallace ... See more »
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