Julie Harris dead
|by Anonymous||reply 62||08/27/2013|
SHE SENDS HER LOVE!!
|by Anonymous||reply 1||08/24/2013|
Just saw her on The Rifleman a couple days ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||08/24/2013|
I can't say that I've ever heard of her, but I'm sure I've seen some of her performances.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||08/24/2013|
Does spokesperson Francesca sound like the widowed lover to anyone else?
|by Anonymous||reply 4||08/24/2013|
I just watched The Haunting a couple nights ago for the first time. RIP
|by Anonymous||reply 5||08/24/2013|
She's probably so unknown because all her Tonys were for shows that no one has ever heard of. I only knew that she had been in East of Eden.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||08/24/2013|
She was great close friends with Charles nelson Reilly.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||08/24/2013|
I saw her onstage twice in The Belle of Amherst, as well as in films. breath-taking.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||08/24/2013|
She was a really wonderful, underrated actress. R.I.P. Miss Lilimae Clements.
(BTW, R1's joke always makes me laugh. Laurie Metcalf is also a wonderful, underrated actress.)
|by Anonymous||reply 9||08/24/2013|
I saw her one woman performance as Isak Dinesen in "Lucifer's Child" around 20 years ago. She was fantastic.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||08/24/2013|
Is the Francesca James quoted here the same actress from All my Children years ago?
|by Anonymous||reply 11||08/24/2013|
R11, the article linked by OP says:
[quote]"I'm still in sort of a place of shock," said James, who appeared in daytime soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life to Live."
|by Anonymous||reply 12||08/24/2013|
Alec Baldwin was so fine on KL.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||08/24/2013|
She had a wonderful, evocative voice.
One of her last NYC performances was at Alice Tully Hall; she performed with soprano Renee Fleming, who sang art songs based on poems, I think by Emily Dickinson. Julie recited the poetry between the songs.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||08/24/2013|
East of Eden, she loved our Jimmy Dean...
|by Anonymous||reply 15||08/24/2013|
She's bound for Shady Grove at last.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||08/24/2013|
Saw her in The Gin Game with Charles Durning. No one compares. Such a joy and honor to have seen her.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||08/24/2013|
LOL at this thread describing her as "unknown" and "underrated". She's considered one of the greatest stage actors of the twentieth century - the only people who don't know that are people who don't know anything about stage actors of the twentieth century.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||08/24/2013|
In addition to her magnificent acting skills, Ms Harris was great philanthropist. The Tupancy-Harris Foundation was a critical early supporter of HIV-AIDS advocacy and patient care programs, among many other worthy human services efforts.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||08/24/2013|
Great woman, great actress.
I actually remember her on Match Game!
|by Anonymous||reply 20||08/24/2013|
Kazan said she was an angel while working with inexperienced and difficult James Dean in East of Eden. Love You Julie.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||08/24/2013|
When Lilimae Clements on Knots Landing literally shouted her son (Alec Baldwin) off a roof I got chills. She was brilliant.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||08/24/2013|
She's considered by many to be one of the greatest actresses of all time, an incredibly gifted woman. RIP, Julie Harris.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||08/24/2013|
I worked with Miss Harris on a play about 12 years ago. She was luminous on stage and off. And she gave me a lovely and thoughtful opening night gift.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||08/24/2013|
"The Haunting" terrified me when I first saw it. Harris' fragile character adds to the tension.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||08/24/2013|
Peerless. All actors should bow in reverence.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||08/24/2013|
Thank God that her two legendary performances in "Member of the Wedding" and "I Am A Camera" were preserved on film! She was the first Sally Bowles and the best!
|by Anonymous||reply 27||08/24/2013|
She WAS Sally Bowles in "I Am A Camera."
And Laurence Harvey was a dish. Stole a grapefruit from his backyard in Palm Springs once. He didn't mind. He was dead.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||08/24/2013|
She was the pits in The Crucible. R.I.P.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||08/24/2013|
Unforgettable with those gardening shears in Reflections in a Golden Eye!
|by Anonymous||reply 30||08/24/2013|
She was just on Match Game a couple of weeks ago. She and Charles Nelson Reilly are doing a play together. Wow, one minute you're here. The next you're blank.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||08/24/2013|
[quote]She was a really wonderful, underrated actress.
How exactly is an actress with TEN Tony nominations and FIVE Tony wins, ELEVEN Emmy nominations with THREE wins and an Academy Award nomination deemed underrated?
|by Anonymous||reply 32||08/24/2013|
We've already forgotten so much about Liz Taylor. The Haunting will live forever... not much else, sadly.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||08/24/2013|
She was dreadful in some godawful play I slept through co-starring Boris Karloff back in the '50s. I think it was called 'The Lark'. Worst evening of theater I ever endured.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||08/24/2013|
Was she the one that went with curlers in her hair to the Oscar's in the 1960's?
Anyone remember this? OLD TIMERS?
|by Anonymous||reply 35||08/24/2013|
She's walking alone in Hill House.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||08/24/2013|
I only know her from "The Haunting. Which is the greatest horror movie of all time.
I loved the novel too and she captured Nell perfectly.
I read she was actually experiencing clinical depression during the filming, so maybe that is why it is so perfect.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||08/24/2013|
R36, good post!
|by Anonymous||reply 38||08/24/2013|
Wonderful actress. I never saw her give a bad performance, but I thought she died years ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||08/24/2013|
You really should put 100% the blame for the disaster that was [italic]The Lark[/italic] on Jean Anouilh's original French script and the annoyingly arch English adaptation by Lillian Hellman, R34. Harris' portrayal of Joan of Arc was, at worst, acceptably "workmanlike", which, under the circumstance, was miraculous. Harris did, in fact, win a Tony award for her performance.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||08/24/2013|
That would be a hell of a lot of people, R18.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||08/24/2013|
One of the greats along with Geraldine Page and Sandy Dennis. What are we left with? Julia Roberts and that actress from Friends.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||08/24/2013|
Wow! First "Fred.". Then, Wentworth Miller. And now Julie Harris. They _do_ come in threes!
|by Anonymous||reply 43||08/24/2013|
Has Valene released a statement yet?
|by Anonymous||reply 44||08/24/2013|
I just finished reading The Haunting of Hill House and was going to watch the movie. She was great in that.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||08/24/2013|
She was amazing in "The Last of Mrs. Lincoln." She skillfully captured the life, in the U.S. and abroad, of Mary Lincoln in the 17 years after the assassination of Abe Lincoln.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||08/24/2013|
Hill House has stood for 90 years and might stand for 90 more. Within, walls continue upright, bricks meet, floors are firm, and doors are sensibly shut. Silence lies steadily against the wood and stone of Hill House. And we who walk here... walk alone.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||08/24/2013|
Does R3 expect a cookie for sharing both her ignorance and her inane reassurance to us that she must have seen a Harris performance but forgot it?
What makes people post such shit?
|by Anonymous||reply 48||08/24/2013|
Francesca James is an Emmy winner herself from AMC (Kitty/Kelly) before she turned to directing.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||08/25/2013|
She had a hot ass, but I guess she didn't live forever.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||08/25/2013|
"The Member of the Wedding" is hardly a show that no "has ever heard of," R6.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||08/25/2013|
Isherwood said he took one look at Harris with her green fingernails and he said she WAS the Sally Bowles he remembered.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||08/25/2013|
R24, So did I. Which one?
|by Anonymous||reply 53||08/25/2013|
Utterly beguiling in everything I ever saw her do
|by Anonymous||reply 54||08/25/2013|
Luminous is an overused adjective that many actresses have not earned but it is the very definition of Julie Harris' performances throughout her long career.
And she was an actor's actor. I'm in the biz and I've never seen so many posts and tributes on Facebook about an actor's death as there are today about Julie Harris.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||08/25/2013|
I love R48.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||08/25/2013|
Julie Harris was beautiful as well as talented.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||08/26/2013|
Ill never forget her mowing down Chip in the family station wagon. Truly a class act. Why, she wouldn't even call Donna Mills a cunt ( even though we all knew she wanted to).
|by Anonymous||reply 58||08/26/2013|
It looks like Hugh Crain finally got to her. RIP, Miss Harris
|by Anonymous||reply 59||08/26/2013|
And you're next, Lili Taylor!
|by Anonymous||reply 60||08/26/2013|
I would've love to have heard what she knew about James Dean.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||08/26/2013|
Loved her!!! RIP
|by Anonymous||reply 62||08/27/2013|