Born on January 22, 1909 in Valley City, North Dakota
Ann Sothern as "Tisha Doughty"
Two elderly sisters, Libby Strong (Bette Davis) and Sarah Webber (Lillian Gish), travel to their summer house in Maine. The pair couldn't be less similar: Libby is blind, cynical and mean-spirited; Sarah is sunny, optimistic and healthy. Yet their shared memories and hardships -- especially the deaths of their husbands -- help bind the two together. Still, the entrance of a local fisherman (Vincent Price) into Sarah's life threatens to reopen old wounds.
|Academy Award (1987)||Nominated||Actor in a Supporting Role|
Ann Sothern as "Sue Ellen Gamadge"
Secretary of State William Russell (Henry Fonda) lives by his principles, but is haunted by a recent sexual indiscretion that threatens both his marriage and his career. Senator Joe Cantwell (Cliff Robertson) presents himself as the people's candidate, yet his determination to win at all costs is also his great flaw. These two frontrunners for their party's presidential nomination vie for the support of the outgoing president (Lee Tracy), and resort to mudslinging in a very public contest.
|Golden Globe (1964)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture|
|Golden Globe (1964)||Nominated||Best Supporting Actress|