Natalie Wood


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Noun1.Natalie Wood - United States film actress (1938-1981)
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NATASHA: THE BIOGRAPHY OF NATALIE WOOD by Suzanne Finstad (Harmony, $25).
Jane Russell and Kristen Stewart Ingrid Bergman and Katherine Heigl Natalie Wood and Vanessa Hudgens Ava Gardner and Liv Tyler Greta Garbo and Charlize Theron Grace Kelly and Gwyneth Paltrow Audrey Hepburn and Carey Mulligan Rita Hayworth and Scarlett Johansson Elizabeth Taylor and Catherine Zeta-Jones Lana Turner and Uma Thurman Veronica Lake and January Jones Olivia de Havilland and Rachel Weisz Jane Powell and Hayden Panettiere Sophia Loren and Eva Mendes Cyd Charisse and Kate Winslet
Tony Curtis and Natalie Wood star, with Peter Falk and Jack Lemmon.
Jim Stark, the James Dean character (James Carpinello), is the surly new kid in town who has eyes for Judy, the Natalie Wood role (Shannon Burkett), whose boyfriend, Buzz, is Big Man on Campus at Joe McCarthy High.
Natalie Wood starred in a string of cinema's greatest hits, from Rebel Without A Cause to West Side Story.
WARREN BEATTY made his feature debut alongside Natalie Wood in this Romeo and Juliet-themed tearjerker of the highest rank.
A NIXON'S voice stood in for Deborah Kerr, Margaret O'Brien, Marilyn Monroe, Natalie Wood and Audrey Hepburn.
He eventually joins a gang and finds love and companionship with Judy (played by Natalie Wood), whose parents also misunderstand her.
In films, he starred with Natalie Wood in Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice in 1969.
He was smitten with child star Natalie Wood (then Natasha) on the set of their 1943 movie Happy Land.
MOVIE star Robert Wagner says the death of wife Natalie Wood 27 years ago left him a broken man.
Yes, and Marni (born 1931) also provided the singing tracks for Deborah Kerr in The King And I and Natalie Wood in West Side Story.