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Agnes Moorehead: Television Career

This LibGuide is designed to introduce the Muskingum community to the life and work of our 1923 alumna, Agnes Moorehead.

Television Credits

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnes_Moorehead#Television

1953 The Revlon Mirror Theater Martha Adams Episode: "Lullaby"
1955 The Colgate Comedy Hour Aunt Minnie Episode: "Roberta"
1956 Matinee Theatre Mrs. Barnes Episode: "reybeards and Witches"
Studio 57 Mrs. Tolliver Episode: "Teacher"
1957 Climax! Irene Episode: "Locked in Fear"
Wagon Train Mary Halstead Episode: "The Mary Halstead Story"
1958 The DuPont Show of the Month Madame Defarge Episode: "A Tale of Two Cities"
Playhouse 90 Rose Ganun Episode: "The Dungeon"
Suspicion Katherine Searles Episode: "The Protege"
1959 G.E. True Theatre Ana Konrad Bethlen Episode: "Deed of Mercy"
Alcoa Theatre Mrs. Adams Episode: "Man of His House"
The Rebel Mrs. Martha Lassiter Episode: "In Memoriam"
1960 Startime Carmen Lynch Episode: "Closed Set"
The Millionaire Katherine Boland Episode: "Millionaire Katherine Boland"
The Chevy Mystery Show Elizabeth Marshall Episode: "Trial by Fury"
Adventures in Paradise Jikiri Episode: "The Krismen"
Rawhide Sister Frances Episode: "Incident at Poco Tiempo"
Shirley Temple's Storybook Hepzibah Pyncheon
Mombi the Witch
Witch
3 episodes
The Rifleman Alberta 'Bertie' Hoakam Episode: "Miss Bertie"
1961 The Twilight Zone Woman Episode: "The Invaders"
My Sister Eileen Aunt Harriet 2 episodes
1963–1965 Burke's Law Pauline Moss
Dona Ynez Ortega y Esteban
Liz Haggerty
2 episodes
1964 Channing Professor Amelia Webster Episode: "Freedom Is a Lovesome Thing God Wot"
The Greatest Show on Earth Millie Episode: "This Train Don't Stop Till It Gets There"
1964–1972 Bewitched Endora 146 episodes
Nominated — Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (1966, 1968–1971)
Nominated — Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (1967)
1966 The Lone Ranger Black Widow Episode: "The Trickster/Crack of Doom/The Human Dynamo"
1966 Password Herself Game Show Contestant / Celebrity Guest Star
1967 The Wild Wild West Emma Valentine Episode: "The Night of the Vicious Valentine"
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
Custer Watoma Episode: "Spirit Woman"
1969 Lancer Mrs. Normile Episode: "A Person Unknown"
The Red Skelton Show Bertha Bluenose Episode: "He Wanted to Be a Square Shooter But He Found That his Barrel was Round"
1970 Barefoot in the Park Mrs. Wilson Episode: "Pilot"
The Virginian Emma Garvey Episode: "Gun Quest"
1971 Rod Serling's Night Gallery Emma Brigham 2 episodes
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color Mrs. Pringle Episode: "Strange Monster of Strawberry Cove"
Love, American Style Mrs. Cooper Segment: "Love and the Particular Girl"
1972 Marcus Welby, M.D. Mrs. Ramsey Episode: "He Could Sell Iceboxes to Eskimos"

Emmy-Award-Winning Performance in Wild Wild West