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* ''Series/NightGallery'' (1971) as Judith Timm (episode "The Dark Boy")

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* ''Series/NightGallery'' (1971) (1 episode, 1971) as Judith Timm (episode "The Dark Boy")



* ''Series/LoveAmericanStyle'' (1973) as Wilma Moore (segment "Love and the Locksmith", uncredited)

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* ''Series/LoveAmericanStyle'' (1973) (1 episode, 1973) as Wilma Moore (segment "Love and the Locksmith", uncredited)(uncredited)





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* ''Series/LoveAmericanStyle'' (1973) as Wilma Moore (segment "Love and the Locksmith", uncredited)
* ''Full Moon High'' (1981) as Miss Montgomery


She committed suicide in 1987 by leaping from the window of her fifth floor apartment. Because of the [[HorribleHollywood circumstances of this]], Creator/DougWalker's ''WebVideo/DemoReel'' was a tribute to her, with Elissa Hoffman taking on the role as aging actress who committed suicide because the roles dried up, and "Blue Patches" being her Oscar nominated movie.

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She committed suicide in 1987 by leaping from the window of her fifth floor apartment. Because of the [[HorribleHollywood circumstances of this]], Creator/DougWalker's ''WebVideo/DemoReel'' was a tribute to her, with Elissa Hoffman taking on the role as aging actress who committed suicide because the roles dried up, and "Blue Patches" being her Oscar nominated movie.






Notable roles include:

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Mary Elizabeth Hartman (December 23, 1943 June 10, 1987) was an American actress, best known for her UsefulNotes/AcademyAward-nominated debut in ''Film/APatchOfBlue'' and for voicing Mrs. Brisby in ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH''.

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Mary Elizabeth Hartman (December 23, 1943 June 10, 1987) was an American actress, best known for her UsefulNotes/AcademyAward-nominated screen debut in ''Film/APatchOfBlue'' and for voicing Mrs. Brisby in ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH''.


Mary Elizabeth Hartman (December 23, 1943 June 10, 1987) was an American actress who is best known for her Oscar nominated role in ''Film/APatchOfBlue'' and for voicing Mrs. Brisby in ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH''.

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Mary Elizabeth Hartman (December 23, 1943 June 10, 1987) was an American actress who is actress, best known for her Oscar nominated role UsefulNotes/AcademyAward-nominated debut in ''Film/APatchOfBlue'' and for voicing Mrs. Brisby in ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH''.



She committed suicide in 1987 by leaping from the window of her fifth floor apartment. Because of the [[HorribleHollywood circumstances of this]], Creator/DougWalker's WebVideo/DemoReel was a tribute to her, with Elissa Hoffman taking on the role as aging actress who committed suicide because the roles dried up, and "Blue Patches" being her Oscar nominated movie.

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She committed suicide in 1987 by leaping from the window of her fifth floor apartment. Because of the [[HorribleHollywood circumstances of this]], Creator/DougWalker's WebVideo/DemoReel ''WebVideo/DemoReel'' was a tribute to her, with Elissa Hoffman taking on the role as aging actress who committed suicide because the roles dried up, and "Blue Patches" being her Oscar nominated movie.


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* ''Film/TheFixer'' (1968) as Zinaida


* ''Film/APatchOfBlue'' as Selena D'Arcy
* ''You're A Big Boy Now'' as Barbara Darling
* ''Film/TheBeguiled'' as Edwina
* The ''Series/NightGallery'' episode "The Dark Boy" as Judith Timm
* ''Film/WalkingTall1973'' as Pauline Prusser
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH'' as Mrs. Brisby

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* ''Film/APatchOfBlue'' (1965) as Selena D'Arcy
* ''The Group'' (1966) as Criss
* ''You're A a Big Boy Now'' (1966) as Barbara Darling
* ''Film/TheBeguiled'' (1971) as Edwina
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* The ''Series/NightGallery'' episode (1971) as Judith Timm (episode "The Dark Boy" as Judith Timm
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* ''Film/WalkingTall1973'' ''Film/{{Walking Tall|1973}}'' (1973) as Pauline Prusser
Pusser
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH'' (1982) as Mrs. BrisbyBrisby (voice)


A little public service announcement that we at Wiki/TVTropes would be very remiss not to make here: If you're feeling suicidal, ''please'' [[UsefulNotes/SuicidePrevention get help immediately.]] Talk to a loved one at the very least and let them know how you're feeling. [[YouAreNotAlone There]] ''[[YouAreNotAlone is]]'' [[YouAreNotAlone help out there]], no matter what you might believe.

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A little public service announcement that we at Wiki/TVTropes would be very remiss not to make here: If you're feeling suicidal, ''please'' [[UsefulNotes/SuicidePrevention get help immediately.]] Talk to a loved one at the very least and let them know how you're feeling. [[YouAreNotAlone There]] ''[[YouAreNotAlone is]]'' [[YouAreNotAlone help out there]], no matter what you might believe.
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A little public service announcement that we at Wiki/TVTropes would be very remiss not to make here: If you're feeling suicidal, ''please'' [[UsefulNotes/SuicidePrevention get help immediately.]] Talk to a loved one at the very least and let them know how you're feeling. [[YouAreNotAlone There]] ''[[YouAreNotAlone is]]'' [[YouAreNotAlone help out there]], no matter what you might believe.


* ''TheBeguiled'' as Edwina

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* ''TheBeguiled'' ''Film/TheBeguiled'' as Edwina


[[caption-width-right:350:Elizaebth Hartman with [[WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH Mrs. Brisby.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Elizaebth [[caption-width-right:350:Elizabeth Hartman with [[WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH Mrs. Brisby.]]]]


Elizabeth Hartman was an American actress who is best known for her Oscar nominated role in ''Film/APatchOfBlue'' and for voicing Mrs. Brisby in ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH''.

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Mary Elizabeth Hartman Hartman (December 23, 1943 June 10, 1987) was an American actress who is best known for her Oscar nominated role in ''Film/APatchOfBlue'' and for voicing Mrs. Brisby in ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH''.



She committed suicide in 1987. Because of the [[HorribleHollywood circumstances of this]], Creator/DougWalker's WebVideo/DemoReel was a tribute to her, with Elissa Hoffman taking on the role as aging actress who committed suicide because the roles dried up, and "Blue Patches" being her Oscar nominated movie.

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She committed suicide in 1987.1987 by leaping from the window of her fifth floor apartment. Because of the [[HorribleHollywood circumstances of this]], Creator/DougWalker's WebVideo/DemoReel was a tribute to her, with Elissa Hoffman taking on the role as aging actress who committed suicide because the roles dried up, and "Blue Patches" being her Oscar nominated movie.


* ''Film/WalkingTall'' as Pauline Prusser

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* ''Film/WalkingTall'' ''Film/WalkingTall1973'' as Pauline Prusser

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