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Recipient of 1983 Celebrity in the Walk of Fame and the Primetime Emmy Awards nominee, Beverly Garland was among the exceptional actresses from USA. She was also a businesswoman and the the resort owner. Born mainly because Beverly Lucy Fessenden in Santa Cruz, California, United states to James Atkins Fessenden and Amelia Rose, Beverly grew up in upper middle income family members. She was of an American and was of white ethnicity. In 1945, Beverly got wedded to her long-term boyfriend Robert Campbell whom she was dating for lengthy. but this marriage was dissolved within couple of months with a divorce. On 13th of August 1952, she got wedded to her ex-spouse Richard Garland for the next time in her existence. Richard Garland was also a favorite actor from USA. However, this marriage also came to a finish in 1956.O. Four years down the road 23rd of Might 1960, Beverly got wedded to Fillmore Crank. As a loving partner, they welcomed two kids collectively; But she was extremely busy and noticeable in television for many years. Her net well worth was high with a higher income. In 1969, she portrayed the part of Barbara Harper Douglas on the tv screen series, My Three Sons which role elevated her to prominence. She produced her performing debut in 1950 starring the part of Miss Foster in the film, D. The reason behind their divorce was reported to be extra affairs.A. –> Skilled with the mix of sedulous character, Beverly dreamed of performing since she was kid. Filmore died on 10th of March 1999 with an unknown cause. SYNOPSIS –> Go through the picture to enlarge. Her function in feature movies was fairly minor, comprising little parts in a few main productions and qualified prospects in low-budget action or technology fiction movies. a child called James and a child Carrington.Garland’s most remembered Television part was as Barbara Harper Douglas, the girl who married widower Steve Douglas (Fred MacMurray) in the latter years of the beloved sitcom My 3 Sons. She performed that part from 1969 before series ended in 1972. In the 1980s, she co-starred as Kate Jackson’s widowed mom, “”Dotty West””, in the CBS tv series Scarecrow and Mrs. King. She also got a recurring part as Ginger Jackson on The WB Tv Network series 7th Heaven. Beverly Garland (October 17, 1926 – December 5, 2008) was an American film and tv actress, businesswoman, and resort owner. She also made an appearance on the tv screen series, The Lone Ranger that yr.


Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameBeverly Garland
DiedDecember 5, 2008, Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States
ProfessionActor, Businessperson
NationalityAmerican
SpouseFilmore Crank, Richard Garland, Bob Campbell
ChildrenCarrington Garland, James Crank
ParentsJames Atkins Fessenden, Amelia Rose
NominationsPrimetime Emmy Award for Best Actress in a Single Performance
MoviesIt Conquered the World, The Alligator People, Swamp Women, Not of This Earth, Gunslinger, D.O.A., Pretty Poison, Curucu, Beast of the Amazon, The Neanderthal Man, The Joker Is Wild, Roller Boogie, Killer Leopard, Twice-Told Tales, Where the Red Fern Grows, The Saga of Hemp Brown, Airport 1975, It's My Turn, Stark Fear, New Orleans Uncensored, Sudden Danger, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation 2, Chicago Confidential, The Mad Room, Badlands of Montana, The Steel Jungle, This Girl for Hire, Death Falls, Cutter's Trail, Finding the Way Home, Sixth and Main, The Go-Getter, Salome '73, And Then They Forgot God, Health Quiz: Vol. 4
TV ShowsScarecrow and Mrs. King, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, My Three Sons, The Bing Crosby Show, Decoy, Mama Rosa


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Shared the same birthday with Julie Adams. Garland and Adams guest-starred on the same episode of Mannix (1967).
2 Upon her death she was cremated.
3 In 1986 her Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983) co-star, Bruce Boxleitner, presented her with the Golden Boot Award.
4 She was best friends with her Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983) co-star, Bruce Boxleitner for nearly 30 years. They worked together beginning on an episode of How the West Was Won (1976).
5 As of November 2006 she was still residing in the dramatic California contemporary she and her husband purchased in the early 1960s. Recently redesigned by her decorator-daughter Carrington Garland, the Hollywood Hills mid-century house boasts spectacular city and canyon views that can be seen through the house from the street.
6 Was best friends with Julie London, who was a month older than her. London's stepdaughter Ronne Troup co-starred with Garland on My Three Sons (1960), in the early 1970s.
7 She was a Democrat.
8 Acting mentor and friends with Dawn Lyn, Kate Jackson, Bruce Boxleitner and Martha Smith.
9 Best remembered by the public for her starring roles as Barbara Harper Douglas on My Three Sons (1960) and as Dorothy 'Dotty' West on Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983).
10 After her last guest-starring role on 7th Heaven (1996), she retired from acting at age 77.
11 Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6801 Hollywood Blvd. on January 26, 1983.
12 In The Mad Room (1969) her character was pregnant--so was she at the time, with her son James.
13 Married her first husband, a 20-year-old fisherman named Robert Campbell, on an impulse when she was 18. They eloped to Las Vegas, NV, but divorced about four months later.
14 Attended high school in Phoenix, AZ, and appeared in plays at the Phoenix Little Theatre. She also appeared on local radio.
15 Performed in little theatre productions in Glendale, California as a teen and for a time studied voice with Anita Arliss, sister of Oscar-winning actor George Arliss.
16 Born in Santa Cruz, California, but moved with her family to Glendale (near Los Angeles) when she was four. She was an only child.
17 Mother Amelia "Milly" Scherer was of German ancestry and was a cosmetician; her father James was a crooner who thrived on one-night stands until the demands of marriage and family moved him into sales work. He died in an auto accident in 1961 in Riverside, CA.
18 When she was four, the family moved south to Glendale, CA, and in 1931 she made her acting debut playing Cupid in a kindergarten play.
19 Her father, James Fessenden, a native of New Orleans, was a member of a prestigious family line that included great-grandfather William Pitt Fessenden, Secretary of the Treasury under President Abraham Lincoln. James became a salesman.
20 Mother of Carrington Garland. Mother-in-law of Carlos K. Goodman.
21 Interviewed in "Interviews with B Science Fiction and Horror Movie Makers: Writers, Producers, Directors, Actors, Moguls and Makeup" by Tom Weaver (McFarland 1988).
22 Tina Cole is married to her stepson, Fillmore Crank Jr.
23 In the early 1970s, with husband Fillmore Crank, she opened the Beverly Garland's Howard Johnson's Resort Lodge, a 154-room hotel near Universal Studios.
24 Has two children with Filmore Crank: James and Carrington Garland. Has two stepchildren: Cathleen and Fillmore Crank Jr.
25 Starting with Remington Steele (1982), she played mothers of three television women with hazardous lives; from the aforementioned series, Laura Holt (Stephanie Zimbalist), Amanda King (Kate Jackson) of Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983) and Lois Lane (Teri Hatcher) of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993).


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Frequently played suburban mothers.
2 Her husky, sultry voice.


Quotes

#Quote
1 [on Robert Loggia] . . . he was wonderful. Quiet; very intelligent. He had a lot of pizzazz.
2 [on John Bromfield, with whom she worked on Curucu, Beast of the Amazon (1956)] He's a terribly handsome man. He didn't care if he acted or not--he wanted to go fishing! Which is probably what he's doing these days. John was just a love; a very handsome, good looking guy.
3 [on Jock Mahoney] Jocko was a close friend; I knew him when he was still a stuntman. We did Yancy Derringer (1958) together. He was one of my favorite people.
4 [on Robert Conrad] Thank goodness we didn't have any love scenes together. I am taller than Robert Conrad, but then, who isn't? He's a tiny man.
5 [on Richard Boone, with whom she worked on Medic (1954)] . . . such a good actor--a special man. Just wonderful. He was not good looking, he had bad skin and was very homely--but a brilliant actor.
6 [on Wayne Morris, with whom she worked on The Desperado (1954) and Two Guns and a Badge (1954)] He was no longer a star. This was not Warner Bros.! He was nice, but heavy. He had to have a box to get on his horse! I didn't hang around with him so I didn't know about his drinking--but from his being puffy, I certainly suspected it.
7 [on Neville Brand] We did a lot of stuff together, including a picture in Japan. I stayed home and he went out with the girls; then at three or four in the morning, he would tell me all about them. What a drinker!
8 [on Robert Culp, with whom she worked in Trackdown (1957)] I am not mad for him! It was awful for me to work with him. He didn't give me anything. Very selfish. I can't work with someone who doesn't give something back. I need feedback for me to do my work. I was out on a limb. If you don't get something, you can't give something back. I don't know about others, but Robert Culp just didn't give me anything!
9 Maybe I do come on strong, and people sense in me a strength and a positiveness . . . It's really the way I look and act, not the way I am . . . Once you cut through the protective coating, I'm strictly molasses.
10 [on acting in "B" movies] You don't have to act in these pictures. All you have to do is possess a good pair of lungs. I can scream with more variations from shrill to vibrato than any other girl in pictures.
11 [referring to her 1950s Roger Corman cult films] It's funny today because it's so ridiculous. But at the time, it was very serious! We were just actors doing our best, I think. None of us overacted. I'm not saying we weren't good. We didn't do it tongue-in-cheek. We really meant it. We gave our all. We were serious, good actors and we played it seriously.


Pictures

All Beverly Garland pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1983 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Television On 26 January 1983. At 6801 Hollywood Blvd.

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1955 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Best Actress in a Single Performance Medic (1954)


Filmography

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The New Temperatures Rising Show 1972 TV Series Claudia
Mod Squad 1972 TV Series Ellie Todd
Say Goodbye, Maggie Cole 1972 TV Movie Myrna Anderson
My Three Sons 1969-1972 TV Series Barbara Harper Douglas / Barbara Harper
And Then They Forgot God 1971 TV Movie
Then Came Bronson 1970 TV Series Beth Morse
Cutter's Trail 1970 TV Movie Maggie
Gunsmoke 1963-1970 TV Series Claire Hollis / Leona / Lee Stark / ...
Here's Lucy 1969 TV Series Secretary
The Mad Room 1969 Mrs. Racine
Lancer 1969 TV Series Clara Dunbar
The Wild Wild West 1967-1969 TV Series Celia Rydell / Sally Yarnell
Pretty Poison 1968 Mrs. Stepanek
The Mothers-In-Law 1968 TV Series Audrey Fleming
Judd for the Defense 1967 TV Series Dorothy Shaw
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color 1959-1967 TV Series Mrs. Carlson / Susanna O'Brien / Mrs. Amanda Barko
Pistols 'n' Petticoats 1966 TV Series Ross Guttley
The Loner 1966 TV Series Dolores
Laredo 1965 TV Series Aggie
A Man Called Shenandoah 1965 TV Series Kate
Salome '73 1965
The Bing Crosby Show 1964-1965 TV Series Ellie Collins
Calhoun: County Agent 1964 TV Movie Nan Sloane
Kraft Suspense Theatre 1964 TV Series JoAnne Kling
The Eleventh Hour 1963 TV Series Marya Stone
The Farmer's Daughter 1963 TV Series Ellen
The Fugitive 1963 TV Series Nurse Doris Stillwell
Twice-Told Tales 1963 Alice Pyncheon
The Dakotas 1963 TV Series Katherine Channing
Sam Benedict 1963 TV Series Jan Fielding
Rawhide 1959-1963 TV Series Della Locke / Marcie / Jennie Colby
Going My Way 1962 TV Series Marsha
Stark Fear 1962 Ellen Winslow
Dr. Kildare 1961-1962 TV Series Susan Hastings / Julia Dressard
The Doctors and the Nurses 1962 TV Series Ginny Nemets
Kraft Mystery Theater 1962 TV Series Loise
Cain's Hundred 1962 TV Series Jeanette
The Dick Powell Theatre 1962 TV Series Alma Parsons
Bus Stop 1962 TV Series Janie
87th Precinct 1961 TV Series Nancy Johnson
The Asphalt Jungle 1961 TV Series Caroline
Zane Grey Theater 1956-1961 TV Series Amy Schroeder / Ruth Clarke / Margaret Walston / ...
Danger Man 1961 TV Series Jo Harris
Checkmate 1961 TV Series Jean Farrell
Michael Shayne 1960 TV Series Elaine Barstow
Stagecoach West 1960 TV Series Sherry Hilton
Thriller 1960 TV Series Ruth Kenton
Coronado 9 1960 TV Series Ann Chapman / Doris
Hong Kong 1960 TV Series Irene Vance
Wanted: Dead or Alive 1960 TV Series Sally Lind
Tales of Wells Fargo 1960 TV Series Pearl Hart
Laramie 1960 TV Series Terry Blake
Riverboat 1960 TV Series Dr. Nora James
Perry Mason 1960 TV Series Mauvis Meade
The Twilight Zone 1960 TV Series Maggie
Hawaiian Eye 1959 TV Series Rena Harrison
The Man from Blackhawk 1959 TV Series Sarah Marshall
The Alligator People 1959 Joyce Webster, aka Jane Marvin
Decoy 1957-1959 TV Series Casey Jones
The Millionaire 1955-1959 TV Series Louise Benson / Clara Nelson
Yancy Derringer 1959 TV Series Coco LaSalle
Trackdown 1959 TV Series Dora Crow
The Saga of Hemp Brown 1958 Mona Langley
Playhouse 90 1957 TV Series Gay Sherman
Telephone Time 1957 TV Series Johanna Van Gogh
Goodyear Theatre 1957 TV Series Ellen
The Joker Is Wild 1957 Cassie Mack
Chicago Confidential 1957 Laura Barton
Climax! 1956-1957 TV Series Daisy / Shirley Connors / Jean (segment "Throw Away the Cane")
Badlands of Montana 1957 Susan Hammer
Wire Service 1956-1957 TV Series Ellen Gale / Elaine Rath
Not of This Earth 1957 Nadine Storey
The O. Henry Playhouse 1957 TV Series Calliope Catesby
Lux Video Theatre 1954-1957 TV Series Marie 'Slim' Browning / Joyce Williams / Valerie / ...
Naked Paradise 1957 Max MacKenzie
The Go-Getter 1956 Peggy, Mayberry's Secretary
Curucu, Beast of the Amazon 1956 Dr. Andrea Romar
The Ford Television Theatre 1956 TV Series Maria Perrin
Chevron Hall of Stars 1956 TV Series Anne
It Conquered the World 1956 Claire Anderson
Gunslinger 1956 Marshal Rose Hood
Four Star Playhouse 1954-1956 TV Series Holly / Maxine / Lucille / ...
Crusader 1956 TV Series Ilona
Swamp Women 1956 Vera
Front Row Center 1956 TV Series Ann Kubichek
The Steel Jungle 1956 Frances 'Francie' Novak
Star Stage 1956 TV Series Nellie Austin
State Trooper 1956 TV Series Nellie Austin
Science Fiction Theatre 1955-1956 TV Series Katherine Kerston / Sally Torens
The Star and the Story 1955-1956 TV Series Aimie / Soledad / Laura Kent
Sudden Danger 1955 Phyllis Baxter
Frontier 1955 TV Series Sarah Garvey
Navy Log 1955 TV Series Sally Lucas
Studio 57 1955 TV Series
The Desperate Hours 1955 Miss Swift (uncredited)
Schlitz Playhouse 1955 TV Series
Soldiers of Fortune 1955 TV Series Elizabeth Marlowe
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse 1955 TV Series Claire Walkowsky
Damon Runyon Theater 1955 TV Series Deborah Weems
City Detective 1955 TV Series Jeanne
New Orleans Uncensored 1955 Marie Reilly
Big Town 1954 TV Series
Medic 1954 TV Series Estelle Collins
Two Guns and a Badge 1954 Gail Sterling
Killer Leopard 1954 Linda Winters
The Desperado 1954 Laurie Bannerman
The Web 1954 TV Series
The Lone Wolf 1954 TV Series Nancy Trout
The Miami Story 1954 Holly Abbott
The Rocket Man 1954 Ludine
Bitter Creek 1954 Gail Bonner
The Glass Web 1953 Sally (uncredited)
The Neanderthal Man 1953 Nola Mason - Waitress
Problem Girls 1953 Nancy Eaton
Hollywood Opening Night 1952 TV Series
Fearless Fagan 1952 Smudgeface WAC (uncredited)
Strictly Dishonorable 1951 Armorclad Mentoring Isabelle in Opera 'Caesar' (uncredited)
A Life of Her Own 1950 Party Guest (uncredited)
The Lone Ranger 1950 TV Series Laura Lawson
Mama Rosa 1950 TV Series Mama's daughter
D.O.A. 1950 Miss Foster (as Beverly Campbell)
7th Heaven 1997-2004 TV Series Ginger Jackson
Christmas Vacation 2: Cousin Eddie's Island Adventure 2003 TV Movie Aunt Jessica
If 2003 Katherine
The Guardian 2001 TV Series Buyer
Port Charles 2000 TV Series Estelle Reese
The Angry Beavers 1998-1999 TV Series Unseen Foe / Edgar the Swamp Witch / Zombies / ...
The Simple Life 1998 TV Series Other Mother
Teen Angel 1998 TV Series Grandma
Spider-Man 1997 TV Series Miranda Wilson
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman 1995-1997 TV Series Ellen Lane
Diagnosis Murder 1997 TV Series Stella Carter
Ellen 1995 TV Series Eva
Friends 1995 TV Series Aunt Iris
Hellfire 1995 TV Movie Carlotta
Camp Wilder 1992 TV Series
Death Falls 1991 Mae Baxter
The Wish That Changed Christmas 1991 TV Movie Miss Shepherd (voice)
P.S.I. Luv U 1991 TV Series Emma
To the Moon, Alice 1991 Short Personnel Manager
Finding the Way Home 1991 TV Movie Arlene
Sons and Daughters 1991 TV Series Marcy Hammersmith
The World's Oldest Living Bridesmaid 1990 TV Movie Brenda's Mother
Beanpole 1990 TV Movie Margaret
Heartbeat 1989 TV Series Alma
Scarecrow and Mrs. King 1983-1987 TV Series Dorothy 'Dotty' West
Crazy Like a Fox 1986 TV Series Liz Wellington
Finder of Lost Loves 1985 TV Series Lucy Rowens
Hotel 1985 TV Series Alice Korman
This Girl for Hire 1983 TV Movie Evan Picard
Insight 1965-1983 TV Series Rita / Kay Ward / Janet / ...
Remington Steele 1982-1983 TV Series Abigail Holt
Matt Houston 1982 TV Series Sarah Chapman
Romance Theatre 1982 TV Series Kitty
Magnum, P.I. 1982 TV Series Florence Russell
Flamingo Road 1982 TV Series
Hart to Hart 1981 TV Series Real Grandma
Judgment Day 1981 TV Movie Vicki Connors
Enos 1980 TV Series Judge Cantwell
Trapper John, M.D. 1980 TV Series Mrs. Kaufman
It's My Turn 1980 Emma
Roller Boogie 1979 Lillian Barkley
Charlie's Angels 1979 TV Series Pat Justice
Greatest Heroes of the Bible 1979 TV Series Sarah
How the West Was Won 1979 TV Series Hanna
Sixth and Main 1977 Monica
The Tony Randall Show 1977 TV Series Sylvia Needleman
Lanigan's Rabbi 1977 TV Series Mollie Franks
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries 1977 TV Series Thelma
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 1977 TV Series Cookie LaRue
The Six Million Dollar Man 1977 TV Series The Secretary
Switch 1976 TV Series Nancy Thomas
Mary Tyler Moore 1975 TV Series Veronica Ludlow
Marcus Welby, M.D. 1972-1975 TV Series Nancy Zimmer / Mrs. Kingsley
Medical Center 1974-1975 TV Series Madeline Stockwood / Kay
Kung Fu 1975 TV Series Mrs. Theresa Hobart
The Wide World of Mystery 1975 TV Series Team Owner
Ironside 1974 TV Series Andrea Reynolds
Planet of the Apes 1974 TV Series Wanda
Airport 1975 1974 Mrs. Scott Freeman
The Day the Earth Moved 1974 TV Movie Helen Backsler
Where the Red Fern Grows 1974 Mother
The Healers 1974 TV Movie Laura Kier
Unwed Father 1974 TV Movie Estelle
Doc Elliot 1974 TV Series Bonnie Ames
Love, American Style 1973 TV Series Maria Lombardi (segment "Love and the Big Top")
Mannix 1968-1973 TV Series Edna Reston / Stella Carter
The New Perry Mason 1973 TV Series Laura Lee
Cannon 1973 TV Series Cecilia Thatcher
The Rookies 1973 TV Series Pat Whitfield
Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law 1973 TV Series Mrs. Varni
Voyage of the Yes 1973 TV Movie Agatha Markwell
The Weekend Nun 1972 TV Movie Bobby Sue Prewitt

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Bing Crosby Show 1965 TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Twilight Zone 1960 TV Series performer - 1 episode

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Actor's Journey 2011 Video documentary Herself
The Actor's Journey for Kids 2011 Video documentary Herself
TV Land Confidential 2005 TV Series documentary Herself
Weakest Link 2002 TV Series Herself
Drive-in Movie Memories 2001 Documentary Herself
It Conquered Hollywood! The Story of American International Pictures 2001 TV Movie documentary Herself
100 Years of Horror: The Evil Unseeable 1996 Video documentary Herself
100 Years of Horror 1996 TV Series documentary Herself / Herself - Co-Star - 'Twice Told Tales' / Herself - Star, 'It Conquered the World' / ...
Biography 1995 TV Series documentary Herself
King B: A Life in the Movies 1993 Herself
All Star Blitz 1985 TV Series Herself
Monsters, Madmen & Machines: 25 Years of Science Fiction 1984 TV Movie documentary Actress - 'It Conquered the World'
Family Feud 1984 TV Series Herself
A Thanksgiving Reunion with the Partridge Family and My Three Sons 1977 TV Movie Herself
Showoffs 1975 TV Series Herself
Match Game 73 1973 TV Series Herself - Panelist
All-Star Baffle 1973 TV Series Herself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1972 TV Series Herself
The Game Game 1970 TV Series Herself
Chain Letter 1966 TV Series Herself
The Hollywood Palace 1965 TV Series Herself - Singer
What's This Song? 1964 TV Series Herself - Guest
Stump the Stars 1962-1964 TV Series Herself - Regular Panelist / Herself - Guest Panelist
The Jack Barry Show 1962 TV Series Herself
Here's Hollywood 1961 TV Series Herself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2009 TV Special Herself - Memorial Tribute
Horrible Horror 1986 Video Joyce Webster, aka Jane Marvin, In clips from 'The Alligator People'
Life, Liberty and Pursuit on the Planet of the Apes 1981 TV Movie Wanda
Night Gallery 1971 TV Series segment "Logoda's Heads"
- The Different Ones/Tell David.../Logoda's Heads 1971 ... segment "Logoda's Heads"
Gundown at Sandoval 1960
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