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Helen Hayes
   for her role in   
The Sin of Madelon Claudet (1932)
Helen Hayes
   for her role in   
Airport (1970)
As Ada Quonsett
The Sin of Madelon Claudet (1931)
Helen Hayes and Lewis Stone
Director: Edgar Selwyn. "Credit you give yourself is not worth having." - Irving Thalberg, producer (uncredited).
First Lady of the American Theater
   is a nickname for   
Helen Hayes
Two-time Academy Award-winning American actress whose career spanned almost 70 years.
Arrowsmith (1931)
Ronald Colman, Helen Hayes and Myrna Loy
Director: John Ford. Based on a novel by Sinclair Lewis. Dr Martin Arrowsmith (Ronald Colman) attempts to find a cure for Bubonic Plague in the West Indies. Helen Hayes stars as his faithful wife and Myrna Loy as a temptress.
One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing (1975)
Peter Ustinov, Helen Hayes and Clive Revil
Director: Robert Stevenson. Also starred Derek Nimmo, Joan Sims & Bernard Bresslaw. Plot: Lord Southmere (Nimmo) escapes from China with a microfilm of the formula for the mysterious "Lotus X"
Helen Hayes
   is an   
Night Flight (1933)
John Barrymore, Helen Hayes and Clark Gable
Director: Clarence Brown. Also starred Lionel Barrymore, Robert Montgomery & Myrna Loy
"Great American Documents"
   was released by   
Helen Hayes, Henry Fonda, James Earl Jones & Orson Welles
1976 - Best Spoken Word Album
A Farewell to Arms (1932)
Helen Hayes, Gary Cooper and Adolphe Menjou
Director: Frank Borzage. Also starred Mary Philips, Jack La Rue & Blanche Friderici. Plot: A tale of the love between ambulance driver Lt. Henry (Cooper) and nurse Catherine Barkley (Hayes) during World War I.Won 2 Oscars

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