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in 1942 TERESA WRIGHT won the Best Supporting Actress category for her role as daughter-in-law to "Mrs.

A strikingly lovely portrait of American actress Teresa Wright, ca. 1944.

Teresa WRIGHT * AFI Top Actress nominee > Active > Born Muriel Teresa Wright 27 Oct 1918 New York City > Died 6 Mar 2005 (aged Connecticut > Spouses: Niven Busch div);

“The girl next door wasn’t really the girl next door. She was the girl next door to the movie star next door. There’s something in all my early performances…I don’t know how to describe it except to say that it’s so 1940s…It’s not that I wasn’t thinking the right thing. I was, but the thought is dressed in something prettier. We were all used to that technique. You were doing the real thing as that girl would do it if she were perfect.” — Teresa Wright (Bizarre Los Angeles)

"The girl next door wasn't really the girl next door. She was the girl next door to the movie star next door.

TERESA WRIGHT is Charlie Newton  in Alfred Hitchcock's "SHADOW OF A DOUBT" (1943).

Theresa Wright - Portrays Carol Beldon in William Wyler's 'Mrs. Miniver', 1942 - My only problem with Ms Wright's performance, was her intermittent British accent. It was quite weak, particularly for an Academy Award winning performance.

Teresa Wright Photographic Print at AllPosters.com

Teresa Wright

Teresa Wright Photographic Print at AllPosters.com

Shadow Of A Doubt, Joseph Cotten, Teresa Wright, Strangling, 1943 Photo at AllPosters.com

Shadow Of A Doubt, Joseph Cotten, Teresa Wright, Strangling, 1943

Shadow Of A Doubt, Joseph Cotten, Teresa Wright, Strangling, 1943 Photo at AllPosters.com

Terest Wright, c.1940s Photo at AllPosters.com

Terest Wright, c.1940s

Terest Wright, c.1940s Photo at AllPosters.com

Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon; Mrs Miniver 1941

1942 Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon starred in Mrs Miniver It won the academy award for best picture

Teresa Wright & Bette Davis in The Little Foxes dir. by William Wyler (1941) - "Why, Mama? Are you afraid?"

Teresa Wright & Bette Davis in The Little Foxes dir. by William Wyler - "Why, Mama? Are you afraid?

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