Alice Ghostley

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For her work in the 1965 "The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window" she received a Tony Award as "Best Featured Player".
 
For her work in the 1965 "The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window" she received a Tony Award as "Best Featured Player".
  
<table><tr><td>Although Alice had many roles on television and film, she never was cast in a starring position.  She is most remembered today for her television roles as "Alice" on ''Mayberry, R.F.D.'', as "Esmerelda" on ''Bewitched'' and as "Bernice Clifton" on ''Designing Women''.  Alice had a small role as one of the wedding guests in 1967's film ''The Graduate''.  In one scene she stands with fellow-actress [[Marion Lorne]] who she would later replace on the TV-series ''Bewitched'', after Marion's death.  Some have seen that as a bit...ghostley.</td><td>
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<table><tr><td>Although Alice had many roles on television and film, she never was cast in a starring position.  She is most remembered today for her television roles as "Alice" on ''Mayberry, R.F.D.'', as "Esmerelda" on ''Bewitched'' and as "Bernice Clifton" on ''Designing Women''.  Alice had a small role as one of the wedding guests in 1967's film ''The Graduate''.  In one scene she stands with fellow-actress [[Marion Lorne]] who she would later replace on the TV-series ''Bewitched'', after Marion's death.  Some have seen that as a bit...ghostley.  You can watch the entire 48 second clip [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jj7SvZj2kOY here].</td><td>
 
http://nycweboy.typepad.com/my_weblog/images/2007/09/22/ghostley_and_lorne.jpg
 
http://nycweboy.typepad.com/my_weblog/images/2007/09/22/ghostley_and_lorne.jpg
 
  Alice Ghostley and Marion Lorne in 1967's ''The Graduate''</td></tr></table>
 
  Alice Ghostley and Marion Lorne in 1967's ''The Graduate''</td></tr></table>

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