Columbia put her in small bits in 1944 , 1944 , 1944 , 1945 , 1945 , 1945 , and 1946.
Her career in the film industry spans over five decades.
Six years later, she won again for her performance as the vicious mother of a blind woman in A Patch of Blue, making her the first actress ever to win the Best Supporting Actress Award twice.
A View from the Bridge 1961• She made a saucy screen debut in What a Woman! Her part in the Cukor film opened the door to a dynamic Hollywood career, including several Oscar wins and nominations for films like A Place in the Sun, The Diary of Anne Frank, A Patch of Blue, and The Poseidon Adventure.