Shirley Booth (August 30, 1898 - October 16, 1992) American actress (o.a. from the Oscar winning movie Come back, little Sheba).

Shirley Booth (August 30, 1898 - October 16, 1992) American actress (o.a. from the Oscar winning movie Come back, little Sheba).

Tonight 3-19 in 1953, the 25th Academy Awards were held - it was the first time the program was broadcast on TV. Winners included Shirley Booth (shown here) for Best Actress, Gary Cooper - Best Actor and John Ford won Best Director for The Quite Man. #SableFilms #Oscars

Tonight 3-19 in 1953, the 25th Academy Awards were held - it was the first time the program was broadcast on TV. Winners included Shirley Booth (shown here) for Best Actress, Gary Cooper - Best Actor and John Ford won Best Director for The Quite Man. #SableFilms #Oscars

SHIRLEY BOOTH HAZEL TV ACTRESS ORIGINAL NBC SHOW APPEARANCE CONTRACT 1951

Shirley booth hazel tv actress original nbc show appearance contract 1951

THE MATCHMAKER SHIRLEY BOOTH ANTHONY PERKINS VINTAGE MOVIE STILL PHOTO

The matchmaker shirley booth anthony perkins vintage movie still photo

Elizabeth Montgomery and Shirley Booth

Elizabeth Montgomery and Shirley Booth

Shirley Booth

Shirley Booth

Find the location of Shirley Booth's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, read a biography, see related stars and browse a map of important places in their career.

Shirley Booth -- (8/30/1898-10/16/1992). Actress of Broadway, TV & Film. She portrayed Hazel Burke in TV Show "Hazel". Movies -- "About Mrs. Leslie" as Mrs. Vivien Leslie and "Hot Spell" as Alma Duval. She was blind in her last years and died after a brief illness at her home at age 94.

Shirley Booth -- (8/30/1898-10/16/1992). Actress of Broadway, TV & Film. She portrayed Hazel Burke in TV Show "Hazel". Movies -- "About Mrs. Leslie" as Mrs. Vivien Leslie and "Hot Spell" as Alma Duval. She was blind in her last years and died after a brief illness at her home at age 94.

SHIRLEY BOOTH FORD MOTORS ADVERTISING LETTER SIGNED BY PRODUCER BERT SCHNEIDER

Shirley booth ford motors advertising letter signed by producer bert schneider

shirley booth | Ghost and Mrs. Muir: Shirley Booth and Edward Mulhare

shirley booth | Ghost and Mrs. Muir: Shirley Booth and Edward Mulhare

Shirley Booth as Hazel in 'Hazel' (TV Series 1961–1966)

Shirley Booth as Hazel in 'Hazel' (TV Series 1961–1966)

Shirley Booth's grey dress with chiffon overlay was by an unknown designer in 1953 when she won the Oscar for Come Back, Little Sheba.

The evolution of the Oscar dress since 1929 revealed

Shirley Booth's grey dress with chiffon overlay was by an unknown designer in 1953 when she won the Oscar for Come Back, Little Sheba.

Shirely Booth and Don DeFore; Shirley Booth's recipe for chess tarts

Shirley Booth’s Chess Tarts Recipe

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