|1952||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actress||Sudden Fear||Nominated|
|1952||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama||Sudden Fear||Nominated|
|1947||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actress||Possessed||Nominated|
|1945||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actress||Mildred Pierce||Won|
|1945||National Board of Review||Best Actress||Mildred Pierce||Won|
by Gary Susman
It's a longstanding Hollywood myth that the coming of sound pictures in 1927 ruined the careers of most silent stars and forced the studios to find a new generation of Broadway-trained stars with full-throated speaking and...
by Mike Ryan
It was confirmed today that Jerry Lewis, who has hosted the MDA Labor Day telethon since 1966, has been relieved of his hosting duties and will not be present at this year's event. Let's be honest here: yes, the telethon is a...
by Alison Nastasi
Ah summer, the time of the year where those of us who don't live near the ocean head on out to the ol' cement pond for a refreshing dip in a self-contained body of highly chlorinated water. Filmmakers love scenes set around...
by Jessica Barnes
When you hear the name Mildred Pierce, and you happen to know your classic cinema, you probably go right to one woman: she of the big eyebrows and shoulder pads...better known as Joan Crawford. Crawford won her one and only...