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  • In 1964, Moorehead accepted the role of Endora, Samantha's (Elizabeth Montgomery) mortal-loathing, quick-witted witch mother in the situation comedy Bewitched.Agnes Moorehead-Wikipedia
  • The couple had three children: Martha Bryan, who died at 14 months of age in 1931; Elizabeth (April 15, 1933 – May 18, 1995); and Robert Jr. (January 6, 1936 – February 7, 2000).Robert Montgomery (actor)-Wikipedia
  • Kazan said in his autobiography A Life that the choice of an actress to play Edie Doyle was narrowed to Elizabeth Montgomery and Eva Marie Saint.On the Waterfront-Wikipedia
  • Montgomery's daughter, Elizabeth Montgomery, made her acting debut as a repertory player in 1951 and remained with the show until 1956.Robert Montgomery Presents-Wikipedia
  • Young met actress Elizabeth Montgomery after she appeared in an episode of Warner Bros. Presents in 1956, and the two married later that year.Gig Young-Wikipedia
  • Another significant film was Elizabeth Montgomery's portrayal of a rape victim in the drama A Case of Rape (1974).Television film-Wikipedia

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