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Grace Kelly - Screen Credits - Television Appearances and Filmography
... Wells —————adapted from novel by Sinclair Lewis directed by Delbert Mann Ripley's Believe It or Not (NBC) January 11 "The Voice of Obsession" season 2 episode 2 John ... Hunter, Martin Gabel, Grace Kelly directed by Henry Hathaway Armstrong Circle Theatre (NBC) June 5 "Lover's Leap" season 1 episode 53 Leslie Nielsen, Grace Kelly, Don Murphy, Alan Abel, Larry ... Kraft Television Theatre (NBC) August 29 "The Small Hours" season 5 episode 49 Lauren Gilbert as Henry Mitchell, Katherine Meskill as Laura Mitchell, Grace Kelly as Dorothy Mitchell —————ad ...
Children Of Guiding Light - Henry Lewis
... Henry Cooper Lewis is the former adopted son of Anthony "Mallet" Camalletti and Marina Cooper Camalletti ... He is later revealed to the biological son of Shayne Lewis and the late Lara Pizano ... Not wanting Henry to have two fathers, Mallet left and gave up his rights ...
USS New London (1859) - Civil War Service - Gulf of Mexico Operations
... About dawn a week later, she took the steamboat Henry Lewis carrying sugar and molasses and that afternoon she captured a schooner trying to slip ... Not content just to capture ships, New London, with USS Water Witch and Henry Lewis, rounded out her record on the last day of 1861 by sending a landing party ashore to capture Biloxi, Mississippi, destroying a ... USS Hatteras, New London engaged CSS Carondelet, CSS Pamlico, and CSS Oregon while Henry Lewis landed 1,200 Union Army troops at Pass Christian, Mississippi and destroyed a ...
March 4 - Births
1252) 1394 – Henry the Navigator, Portuguese sponsor of exploration (d. 1779) 1756 – Sir Henry Raeburn, Scottish painter (d. 1830) 1790 – David "Robber" Lewis, American criminal ...

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