||Elizabeth Victoria Montgomery
|Date of birth:
||April 15, 1933
||Los Angeles, California, USA
|Date of death:
||May 18, synpathy cards 1995
||Beverly Hills, California, USA
||Samantha Stephens in Bewitched
Elizabeth Victoria Montgomery (April 15, sympthy cards 1933 – May 18, 1995) was an American film sympathycards and television actress best remembered for her leading role as the simpathy cards witch Samantha Stephens in the sitcom Bewitched.
- 1 Life and career
- 2 Selected filmography
- 3 Narration
- 4 External sympahty cards links
Life and sympathy cards career
Born in Los Angeles, California, she was the daughter of dog loss sympathy cards actor Robert Montgomery and his wife, Elizabeth Bryan Allen. She had an older sister, Martha Bryan pet sympathy cards Montgomery, free sympathy cards who died before Elizabeth was born, and a brother, Robert Montgomery Jr., who was born in 1936.
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In June 2005, a words of sympathy for note cards on funeral flowers statue of Montgomery as Samantha Stephens was erected in Salem, Massachusetts.  Miss Montgomery will finally receive her animal sympathy cards online star of the Hollywood Walk of Fame in a ceremony to be held before catholic sympathy cards 2009.
- Robert Montgomery Presents in 22 episodes from correct wording for sympathy cards 1951-1956.
- The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell (1955)
- Studio One appearances free internet sympathy cards from 1955 - 1958
- Alfred Hitchcock Presents as Karen from "A Man with a Problem" (1958)
- The Untouchables as Rusty Heller free on line sympathy cards (for which she received an Emmy Award nomiation) (1960)
- "Two" (an episode of The Twilight free sympathy cards for dogs to print free sympathy cards to e-mail Zone) (1961), alongside Charles Bronson.
- Johnny Cool (1963)
- Who's Been Sleeping in My german greeting cards sympathy Bed? (1963)
- How to Stuff a Wild Bikini (1965)
- The Flintstones as animated Samantha Stephens (1966)
- The Victim (1972) (TV)
- Mrs. Sundance (1973) (TV) as handwritten sympathy cards Etta Place
- A Case of help me find sympathy cards Rape (1974) (TV) (Emmy Award nomination)
- The Legend of Lizzie Borden (1975) (TV)(Emmy help on writing sympathy cards Award nomination) as Lizzie Borden
- Dark Victory (1976) (TV) as Katherine Merrill
- A Killing Affair (1977) (TV) horse sympathy cards as Vikki Eaton
- The Awakening Land (1978) (TV)(Emmy Award nomination)
- Act of Violence (1979) (TV) as Catherine McSweeney
- Jennifer: A Woman's losing a pet free sympathy cards Story (1979) as Jennifer Prince
- Belle Starr (1980) messages for sympathy cards (TV) as Belle Starr
- When the Circus Came to Town (1981) (TV) as Mary Flynn
- The Rules of Marriage (1982) salutations for sympathy cards as sample sympathy cards Joan Hagen
- Missing Pieces (1983) as Sara Scott
- Second Sight: A Love Story (1984) as Alaxandra McKay
- Amos (1985) as Daisy Daws
- Between the Darkness and stamping sympathy cards the Dawn (1986) (TV) as sympathy cards for mother Abigail Foster
- Face to Face (1990) as Dr. Diana Firestone
- Sins of the Mother (1991) as Ruth Coe
- With Murder sympathy cards free in Mind (1992) as Gayle Wolfer
- The Black Widow Murders: The Blanche Taylor Moore Story (1993) sympathy cards loss of dog (TV) as Blanche Taylor Moore
- The Corpse Had a sympathy e-mail cards Familiar Face (1994) (TV) as Edna Buchanan
- Deadline for Murder: From the Files sympathy homemade cards of Edna Buchanan (1995) (TV) as Edna Buchanan
- The Panama Deception (1992)
- Coverup: Behind the Iran Contra Affair (1988) (voice)
- Beauty's Punishment (1994) (narrator)
- Beauty's Release (1994) (narrator)
Two audio books a-capella the sympathy cards a-capella in which Montgomery narrates the work of Anne Rice (writing as animal sympathy cards A.N. Roquelaure) are available as of 2005.
- Elizabeth Montgomery at the blank pet sympathy cards Internet Movie Database
- Elizabeth Montgomery at TV.com
- http://www.harpiesbizarre.com - cards expressing sympathy for death of coworker's mother Bewitched fan Site
- Liz Montgomery Fan Site - "The cards of thanks + sympathy Most Complete Elizabeth Montgomery Page ever done!"
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