Mildred Clinton (Actor)

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(11-02-1914 - 12-18-2010) Age 96

Mildred Clinton appeared in several small film roles as well as appearing in the TV Soap The Edge of Night.

 

 

 

 

 

She appeared in the following 8 episodes of Radio Mystery Theater
Date Episode Title Plot
04/24/1974 0080 The Hand A postal surprise in the form of a human hand leaves a man convinced of its apocalyptic portents.
06/04/1974 0101 An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge To escape an appointment with the gallows at Owl Creek Bridge, a confederate spy embarks on a dangerous journey through hostile territory in order to reach Dixie.
06/20/1974 0108 The Secret Doctrine After suffering a devastating rejection at the hands of her favorite actor, an obsessed fan directs her violent rage against her former idol.
07/15/1974 0118 The Canterville Ghost In this classic tale by Oscar Wilde, a spirit repeatedly attempts to drive away the new owners of his castle and instead, becomes a source of hilarity and amusement.

12/30/1974 0193 The Golem A man tries to aid an elderly Jew and his granddaughter evade the Nazis tailing them. The old man begins to resurrect a mythical being from old Hebrew legend to save them.
01/31/1975 0216 The Disembodied Voice A female psychiatrist begins to get phone calls from a man who claims to be a rapist and a killer. A police investigator tries to help.
04/04/1975 0251 Roses Are for Funerals A fake leopard skin coat becomes the key to a case of assassination and mystery as a British man travels to the home of his American beloved.
08/31/1977 0702 The Reunion An American war veteran meets a fellow soldier in Paris, a decade after the D-day at Utah Beach during World War II. He discovers that his friend leads a Jekyll and Hide life.


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Mildred Clinton (November 2, 1914 – December 18, 2010) was an American actress. She had her first film role in The Trapp Family in America (1958), and later appeared in Sidney Lumet's Serpico (1973), In 1976, she appeared in a lead role in the low-budget horror film Alice, Sweet Alice. Clinton also worked in theater, appearing in a minor part in a 1954–1955 Broadway production of Quadrille, and as Miss Sullivan in The Wrong Way Lightbulb in 1969. In addition to film and theater, Clinton had a recurring role as Judge Sussman on the soap opera The Edge of Night from 1975 to 1976. In her later career, Clinton appeared in several films by Spike Lee: Crooklyn (1994), Summer of Sam (1999), and Bamboozled (2000), the latter of which was her last film credit.

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