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Full Name
Agnes Robertson Moorehead

December 6, 1900 (
Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.

Resting place
Dayton Memorial Park in Dayton, Ohio

Alma mater
Muskingum CollegeUniversity of WisconsinAmerican Academy of Dramatic Arts

April 30, 1974, Rochester, Minnesota, United States

Robert Gist (m. 1954–1958), John Griffith Lee (m. 1930–1952)

Central VPA High School, American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Muskingum University

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Agnes Robertson Moorehead (December 6, 1900 – April 30, 1974) was an American actress whose six decade career included work in radio, stage, film, and television. She was chiefly known for her role as Endora on the television series Bewitched. She was also notable for her film roles in Citizen Kane, The Magnificent Ambersons, All That Heaven Allows, Show Boat, and Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte.


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Moorehead rarely played lead roles, but her skill at character development and range earned her one Primetime Emmy Award and two Golden Globe awards in addition to four Academy Award and six Emmy Award nominations. Moorehead's transition to television won acclaim for drama and comedy. She could play many different types, but often portrayed haughty, arrogant characters.

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Early life

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Moorehead was born December 6, 1900, in Clinton, Massachusetts to former singer Mildred (née McCauley; 1883 – 1990) and Presbyterian clergyman John Henderson Moorehead (1869 – 1938). She was of English, Irish, Scottish, and Welsh ancestry. Moorehead would later claim that she was born in 1906 in order to appear younger for acting parts. She recalled that she made her first public performance at the age of three, when she recited The Lord's Prayer in her father's church. The family moved to St. Louis, Missouri, and Moorehead's ambition to become an actress grew "very strong". Her mother indulged her active imagination, often asking, "Who are you today, Agnes?", while Moorehead and her sister would often engage in mimicry, often coming to the dinner table and imitating parishioners. Moorehead noted and was encouraged by her father's amused reactions. She joined the chorus of the St. Louis Municipal Opera Company, known as "The Muny". In addition to her interest in acting, she developed a lifelong interest in religion; in later years, actors such as Dick Sargent would recall Moorehead's arriving on the set with "the Bible in one hand and the script in the other".

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Moorehead always said that she graduated from Central High School in St. Louis in 1918. However, she appears in no Central High School yearbook while she does appear in the yearbook of Soldan High School. She lived near Soldan High School, on Union Boulevard; she did not live near Central High School on Grand Avenue and Bell.

Although her father did not discourage her acting ambitions, he insisted that she obtain a formal education. Moorehead earned a bachelor's degree in 1923, majoring in biology at Muskingum College in New Concord, Ohio. While there, she also appeared in college stage plays. She later received an honorary doctorate in literature from Muskingum and served for a year on its board of trustees. When her family moved to Reedsburg, Wisconsin, she taught public school for five years in Soldiers Grove, Wisconsin, while she also earned a master's degree in English and public speaking at the University of Wisconsin (now University of Wisconsin–Madison). She then pursued postgraduate studies at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, from which she graduated with honors in 1929. Moorehead received an honorary doctoral degree from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois.


Moorehead's early career was unsteady, and although she was able to find stage work, she was often unemployed. She later recalled going four days without food, and said that it had taught her "the value of a dollar". She found work in radio and was soon in demand, often working on several programs in a single day. She believed that it offered her excellent training and allowed her to develop her voice to create a variety of characterizations. Moorehead met actress Helen Hayes, who encouraged her to enter films, but her first attempts were met with failure. When she was rejected as not being "the right type", Moorehead returned to radio.

Mercury Theatre

Moorehead met Orson Welles, and by 1937 she was one of his principal Mercury Players, along with Joseph Cotten. She performed in his The Mercury Theatre on the Air radio adaptations, and had a regular role opposite Welles in the serial The Shadow as Margo Lane. In 1939, Welles moved the Mercury Theatre to Hollywood, where he started working for RKO Pictures. Several of his radio performers joined him, and Moorehead made her film debut as the mother of his own character, Charles Foster Kane, in Citizen Kane (1941), which is considered one of the best films ever made. Moorehead was featured in Welles's second film, The Magnificent Ambersons (1942), and received the New York Film Critics Award and an Academy Award nomination for her performance. She also appeared in Journey Into Fear (1943), a Mercury film production.

Moorehead received positive reviews for her performance in Mrs. Parkington as well as the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and an Academy Award nomination. Moorehead played another strong role in The Big Street (1942) with Henry Fonda and Lucille Ball, and then appeared in two films that failed to find an audience, Government Girl (1943) with Olivia de Havilland and The Youngest Profession (1944) with adolescent Virginia Weidler.


By the mid-1940s, Moorehead became a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer contract player, negotiating a $6,000-a-week contract with the provision to perform also on radio, an unusual clause at the time. Moorehead explained that MGM usually refused to allow their actors to play on radio as "the actors didn't have the knowledge or the taste or the judgment to appear on the right sort of show." In 1943–1944, Moorehead portrayed "matronly housekeeper Mrs. Mullet", who was constantly offering her "candied opinion", in Mutual Radio's The Adventures of Leonidas Witherall; she inaugurated the role on CBS Radio.

Throughout her career, Moorehead skillfully portrayed puritanical matrons, neurotic spinsters, possessive mothers, and comical secretaries. She played Parthy Hawks, wife of Cap'n Andy and mother of Magnolia, in MGM's hit 1951 remake of Show Boat. She also was in Dark Passage and Since You Went Away. Moorehead was in Broadway productions of Don Juan in Hell in 1951–1952, and Lord Pengo in 1962–1963.


In her first radio role, Moorehead appeared as a replacement for Dorothy Denvir's role as Min Gump in The Gumps. During the 1940s and 1950s, Moorehead was one of the most in-demand actresses for radio dramas, especially on the CBS show Suspense. During the 946-episode-run of Suspense, Moorehead was cast in more episodes than any other actor or actress. She was often introduced on the show as the "first lady of Suspense". Moorehead's most successful appearance on Suspense was in the play Sorry, Wrong Number, written by Lucille Fletcher, broadcast on May 18, 1943. Moorehead played a selfish, neurotic woman who overhears a murder being plotted via crossed phone wires and eventually realizes she is the intended victim. She recreated the performance six times for Suspense and several times on other radio shows, always using her original, dog-eared script. In 1952, she recorded an album of the drama, and performed scenes from the story in her one-woman show in the 1950s. Barbara Stanwyck played the role in the 1948 film version.

In 1941, Moorehead played Maggie in the short-lived Bringing Up Father program on the Blue Network. From 1942 to 1949, Moorehead played the role of the mayor's housekeeper in the radio version of Mayor of the Town. She also starred in The Amazing Mrs. Danberry, a situation comedy on CBS in 1946. Moorehead's title character was described as "the lively widow of a department store owner who has a tongue as sharp as a hatpin and a heart as warm as summer." Moorehead played one of her last roles on January 6, 1974, as Mrs. Ada Canby in the inaugural episode of CBS Radio Mystery Theater.

Films of the 1950s–1960s

In the 1950s, Moorehead continued to work in films and appeared on stage across the country. Her roles included a national tour of Shaw's Don Juan in Hell, co-starring Charles Boyer, Charles Laughton, and Cedric Hardwicke, and the pre-Broadway engagements of the new musical The Pink Jungle. She appeared as the hypochondriac Mrs. Snow in Disney's hit film Pollyanna (1960). She starred with Bette Davis, Olivia De Havilland, Mary Astor, and Joseph Cotten in Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) as the maid Velma, a role for which she was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award.


In 1959, Moorehead guest starred on The Rebel. Her role in the radio play Sorry, Wrong Number inspired writers of the CBS television series The Twilight Zone to script an episode with Moorehead in mind. In "The Invaders" (broadcast January 27, 1961) Moorehead played a woman whose isolated farm is plagued by mysterious intruders. In Sorry, Wrong Number, Moorehead offered a famed, bravura performance using only her voice, and for "The Invaders", she was offered a script where she had no dialogue at all.

Moorehead also had guest roles on Channing, Custer, Rawhide in "Incident at Poco Tiempo" as Sister Frances, and The Rifleman. On February 10, 1967, she portrayed Miss Emma Valentine in "The Night of the Vicious Valentine" on The Wild Wild West, a performance for which she won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.


In 1964, Moorehead accepted the role of Endora, Samantha's (Elizabeth Montgomery) mortal-loathing, quick-witted witch mother in the situation comedy Bewitched. She later commented that she had not expected it to succeed and that she ultimately felt trapped by its success. However, she had negotiated to appear in only eight of every 12 episodes made, therefore allowing her sufficient time to pursue other projects. She also felt that the television writing was often below standard and dismissed many of the Bewitched scripts as "hack" in a 1965 interview for TV Guide. The role brought her a level of recognition that she had not received before as Bewitched was in the top 10 programs for the first few years it aired.

Moorehead received six Emmy Award nominations, but was quick to remind interviewers that she had enjoyed a long and distinguished career. Despite her ambivalence, she remained with Bewitched until its run ended in 1972. She commented to the New York Times in 1974, "I've been in movies and played theater from coast to coast, so I was quite well known before Bewitched, and I don't particularly want to be identified as a witch." Later that year, she said she had enjoyed playing the role, but it was not challenging and the show itself was "not breathtaking", although her flamboyant and colorful character appealed to children. She expressed a fondness for the show's star Elizabeth Montgomery and said she had enjoyed working with her. Co-star Dick Sargent, who in 1969 replaced the ill Dick York as Samantha's husband Darrin Stephens, had a more difficult relationship with Moorehead, caustically describing her as "a tough old bird."

In fall 1964, Moorehead participated in a five-minute commercial spot featuring casts of both Bonanza and Bewitched, announcing the new 1965 Chevrolet line. Moorehead was featured with Dan Blocker extolling the virtues of the new '65 Chevy II.

Later years

In 1970, Moorehead appeared as a dying woman who haunts her own house in the early Night Gallery episode "Certain Shadows on the Wall". She also reprised her role in Don Juan in Hell on Broadway and on tour, with an all-star cast that featured Edward Mulhare, Ricardo Montalban, and Paul Henreid.

Moorehead also memorably supplied the voice of the friendly Mother Goose in Hanna-Barbera's 1973 adaptation of E.B. White's children's book Charlotte's Web.

For the 1973 Broadway adaptation of Gigi, Moorehead portrayed Aunt Alicia and performed various songs, including "The Contract" for the original cast recording. She fell ill during the production, forcing Arlene Francis to replace her. Moorehead died shortly afterward.

Three months before her death in January 1974, Moorehead performed in two episodes (including the first) of CBS Radio Mystery Theater, the popular series produced by old-time radio master Himan Brown.


In 1930, Moorehead married actor John Griffith Lee; they divorced in 1952. Moorehead and Lee adopted an orphan named Sean in 1949, but it remains unclear whether the adoption was legal. Moorehead raised Sean until he ran away from home. She married actor Robert Gist in 1954, and they divorced in 1958.


Agnes Moorehead's sexuality has been the subject of speculation. A number of articles that appeared in periodicals in the alternative press have identified her as a lesbian. Paul Lynde, Moorehead's occasional co-star on Bewitched, stated: "Well, the whole world knows Agnes was a lesbian -- I mean classy as hell, but one of the all-time Hollywood dykes". Journalist Boze Hadleigh reported an incident, also sourced to Lynde, in which, when she caught one of her husbands cheating on her, "Agnes screamed at him that if he could have a mistress, so could she." In an interview, Moorehead was reported to have acknowledged her same-sex orientation while she identified a number of other Hollywood actresses who "enjoyed lesbian or bi relationships."

Moorehead's close friend Debbie Reynolds stated categorically that Moorehead was not a lesbian. Reynolds' autobiography mentions the rumor and states it was begun by one of Moorehead's husbands during their divorce. Moorehead's longtime friend and producer Paul Gregory concurs in the assessment. Quint Benedetti, Moorehead's longtime employee who is himself gay, also stated that Moorehead was not a lesbian and attributed the story to Lynde's rumor-mongering.


Moorehead rarely spoke publicly about her political beliefs, but she supported both Franklin Roosevelt (she portrayed Eleanor Roosevelt multiple times over the course of her career) as well as close friend Ronald Reagan for his 1966 run for Governor of California.


Agnes Moorehead died of uterine cancer on April 30, 1974 in Rochester, Minnesota, aged 73. Her sole immediate survivor was her mother Mildred, who died in 1990, aged 106.

Moorehead is interred at Dayton Memorial Park in Dayton, Ohio. In 1994, She was posthumously inducted into the St. Louis Walk of Fame.

The Touchdown Tavern in Reedsburg, Wisconsin, opened the Agnes Moorehead Lounge, exhibiting memorabilia.

Moorehead bequeathed $25,000 to Muskingum College, with instructions to fund one or more "Agnes Moorehead Scholarships." She also left half of her manuscripts to Muskingum with the other half going to the University of Wisconsin. Her family's Ohio farm went to John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, along with her collection of Bibles and biblical scholarship materials.

Her mother Mildred received all of Moorehead's clothing and jewelry, and Moorehead made provisions to support Mildred for the rest of her life. The Beverly Hills home was left to her attorney Franklin Rohner, along with the furnishings and personal property within. Small bequests were made for friends and domestic staff along with some charitable contributions. In her will, she made no provision for Sean, né John Griffith Lee, whom she had allegedly adopted, and the will stated that she had "no children, natural or adopted, living or deceased."

Radio credits

Moorehead appeared on hundreds of individual broadcasts across a radio career that spanned from 1926 to her final two appearances, on CBS Radio Mystery Theatre in 1974.


Moorehead began appearing on stage during her training at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She appeared in seven productions as a student. She continued acting in the theater throughout her career until just a few months before her death.


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Charlotte's Web as
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Dear Dead Delilah as
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Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series) as
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- He Could Sell Iceboxes to Eskimos (1972) - Mrs. Ramsey
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- The Truth, Nothing But the Truth, So Help Me, Sam (1972) - Endora
- Sam's Witchcraft Blows a Fuse (1972) - Endora (credit only)
- A Good Turn Never Goes Unpunished (1972) - Endora
- School Days, School Daze (1972) - Endora
- George Washington Zapped Here: Part 2 (1972) - Endora (credit only)
- George Washington Zapped Here: Part 1 (1972) - Endora (credit only)
- Tabitha's First Day at School (1972) - Endora (credit only)
- Serena's Youth Pill (1972) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha on Thin Ice (1972) - Endora
- Serena's Richcraft (1972) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha Is Earthbound (1972) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha's Magic Sitter (1972) - Endora (credit only)
- Adam, Warlock or Washout (1971) - Endora
- Three Men and a Witch on a Horse (1971) - Endora
- The Eight Year Itch Witch (1971) - Endora
- The Warlock in the Gray Flannel Suit (1971) - Endora
- Hansel and Gretel in Samanthaland (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- A Plague on Maurice and Samantha (1971) - Endora
- TV or Not TV (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- The Ghost Who Made a Spectre of Himself (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- Paris, Witches Style (1971) - Endora
- Bewitched, Bothered and Baldoni (1971) - Endora
- Samantha's Not So Leaning Tower of Pisa (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha and the Loch Ness Monster (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- How Not to Lose Your Head to Henry VIII: Part 2 (1971) - Endora
- How Not to Lose Your Head to Henry VIII: Part 1 (1971) - Endora
- Samantha and the Antique Doll (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- Laugh, Clown, Laugh (1971) - Endora
- Samantha's Magic Mirror (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha's Psychic Slip (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- Out of the Mouths of Babes (1971) - Endora
- Money Happy Returns (1971) - Endora
- Darrin Goes Ape (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- Mixed Doubles (1971) - Endora
- This Little Piggie (1971) - Endora
- Samantha and the Troll (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- The House That Uncle Arthur Built (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- The Return of Darrin the Bold (1971) - Endora
- The Good Fairy Strikes Again (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- Mary, the Good Fairy (1971) - Endora (credit only)
- The Mother-in-Law of the Year (1971) - Endora
- Sisters at Heart (1970) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha's Magic Potion (1970) - Endora
- The Corsican Cousins (1970) - Endora
- Samantha's Old Man (1970) - Endora
- Samantha's Pet Warlock (1970) - Endora
- Samantha's Old Salem Trip (1970) - Endora
- Samantha's Bad Day in Salem (1970) - Endora
- Paul Revere Rides Again (1970) - Endora (credit only)
- Darrin on a Pedestal (1970) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha's Hot Bedwarmer (1970) - Endora
- The Salem Saga (1970) - Endora
- Salem, Here We Come (1970) - Endora (credit only)
- To Go or Not to Go, That Is the Question (1970) - Endora
- Make Love Not Hate (1970) - Endora (credit only)
- Turn on the Old Charm (1970) - Endora
- Mona Sammy (1970) - Endora
- If the Shoe Pinches (1970) - Endora
- A Chance on Love (1970) - Endora (credit only)
- Okay, Who's the Wise Witch? (1970) - Endora
- The Generation Zap (1970) - Endora
- Just a Kid Again (1970) - Endora (credit only)
- Serena Stops the Show (1970) - Endora (credit only)
- What Makes Darrin Run? (1970) - Endora
- Super Arthur (1970) - Endora (credit only)
- Tabitha's Very Own Samantha (1970) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha's Secret Is Discovered (1970) - Endora
- The Phrase Is Familiar (1970) - Endora
- Samantha's Lost Weekend (1970) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha's Better Halves (1970) - Endora
- Santa Comes to Visit and Stays and Stays (1969) - Endora (credit only)
- You're So Agreeable (1969) - Endora
- Sam's Double Mother Trouble (1969) - Endora (credit only)
- Darrin the Warlock (1969) - Endora (credit only)
- Daddy Comes to Visit (1969) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha's Secret Spell (1969) - Endora
- A Bunny for Tabitha (1969) - Endora (credit only)
- To Trick-Or-Treat or Not to Trick-Or-Treat (1969) - Endora
- Naming Samantha's New Baby (1969) - Endora
- And Something Makes Four (1969) - Endora
- Samantha's Curious Cravings (1969) - Endora
- Samantha's Caesar Salad (1969) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha's Yoo Hoo Maid (1969) - Endora
- Sam and the Beanstalk (1969) - Endora
- Samantha and Darrin in Mexico City (1969) - Endora
- Samantha's Shopping Spree (1969) - Endora
- Samantha's Good News (1969) - Endora
- Daddy Does His Thing (1969) - Endora
- Samantha Twitches for UNICEF (1969) - Endora
- Samantha's Power Failure (1969) - Endora
- The Battle of Burning Oak (1969) - Endora
- Tabitha's Weekend (1969) - Endora
- Going Ape (1969) - Endora
- Marriage Witch's Style (1969) - Endora (credit only)
- Mrs. Stephens, Where Are You? (1969) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha, the Sculptress (1969) - Endora
- Samantha, the Bard (1969) - Endora
- One Touch of Midas (1969) - Endora
- Cousin Serena Strikes Again: Part 2 (1969) - Endora (credit only)
- Cousin Serena Strikes Again: Part 1 (1969) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha's Super Maid (1969) - Endora
- Instant Courtesy (1968) - Endora
- Weep No More My Willow (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- I Don't Want to Be a Toad, I Want to Be a Butterfly (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha Loses Her Voice (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha Fights City Hall (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- Is It Magic or Imagination? (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha's French Pastry (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall (1968) - Endora
- It's So Nice to Have a Spouse Around the House (1968) - Endora
- Darrin Gone! and Forgotten? (1968) - Endora
- Samantha on the Keyboard (1968) - Endora
- Samantha Goes South for a Spell (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha's Wedding Present (1968) - Endora
- Splitsville (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- Man of the Year (1968) - Endora
- The No-Harm Charm (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha's Secret Saucer (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- A Majority of Two (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- I Confess (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- Tabatha's Cranky Spell (1968) - Endora
- Playmates (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- To Twitch or Not to Twitch (1968) - Endora
- How Green Was My Grass (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- Mc Tavish (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- Prince of a Guy (1968) - Endora
- Hippie, Hippie, Hooray (1968) - Endora (credit only)
- If They Never Met (1968) - Endora
- Snob in the Grass (1968) - Endora
- Once in a Vial (1968) - Endora
- Samantha's Da Vinci Dilemma (1967) - Endora (credit only)
- Humbug Not to Be Spoken Here (1967) - Endora (credit only)
- I Get Your Nannie, You Get My Goat (1967) - Endora
- My What Big Ears You Have (1967) - Endora
- Solid Gold Mother-in-law (1967) - Endora
- Samantha's Thanksgiving to Remember (1967) - Endora (credit only)
- Allergic to Macedonian Dodo Birds (1967) - Endora
- That Was No Chick, That Was My Wife (1967) - Endora (credit only)
- Out of Sync, Out of Mind (1967) - Endora (credit only)
- A Safe and Sane Halloween (1967) - Endora (credit only)
- Birdies, Bogies and Baxter (1967) - Endora
- No Zip in My Zap (1967) - Endora
- Cheap, Cheap! (1967) - Endora
- Double, Double, Toil and Trouble (1967) - Endora
- Business, Italian Style (1967) - Endora
- Toys in Babeland (1967) - Endora
- Long Live the Queen (1967) - Endora
- There's Gold in Them Thar Pills (1967) - Endora
- Nobody But a Frog Knows How to Live (1967) - Endora (credit only)
- Bewitched, Bothered and Infuriated (1967) - Endora (credit only)
- How to Fail in Business with All Kinds of Help (1967) - Endora
- It's Wishcraft (1967) - Endora
- No More Mr. Nice Guy (1967) - Endora
- The Crone of Cawdor (1967) - Endora
- Aunt Clara's Victoria Victory (1967) - Endora (credit only)
- Charlie Harper, Winner (1967) - Endora
- Art for Sam's Sake (1967) - Endora
- I Remember You- Sometimes (1967) - Endora
- Three Wishes (1967) - Endora
- The Trial and Error of Aunt Clara (1967) - Endora
- The Corn Is as High as a Guernsey's Eye (1967) - Endora (credit only)
- Super Car (1967) - Endora
- Hoho the Clown (1967) - Endora
- Sam in the Moon (1967) - Endora
- Soapbox Derby (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- A Gazebo Never Forgets (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha for the Defense (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- My Friend Ben (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- Sam's Spooky Chair (1966) - Endora
- Oedipus Hex (1966) - Endora
- I'd Rather Twitch Than Fight (1966) - Endora
- The Short Happy Circuit of Aunt Clara (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- Dangerous Diaper Dan (1966) - Endora
- Twitch or Treat (1966) - Endora
- Endora Moves in for a Spell (1966) - Endora
- A Most Unusual Wood Nymph (1966) - Endora
- Accidental Twins (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- Witches and Warlocks Are My Favorite Things (1966) - Endora
- The Moment of Truth (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- Nobody's Perfect (1966) - Endora
- Prodigy (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- The Girl with the Golden Nose (1966) - Endora
- What Every Young Man Should Know (1966) - Endora
- The Catnapper (1966) - Endora
- Man's Best Friend (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- Divided He Falls (1966) - Endora
- A Bum Raps (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- Follow That Witch: Part 2 (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- Follow That Witch: Part 1 (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- Disappearing Samantha (1966) - Endora
- Double Split (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- The Leprechaun (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- Baby's First Paragraph (1966) - Endora
- The Horse's Mouth (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha the Dressmaker (1966) - Endora
- Double Tate (1966) - Endora
- The Dancing Bear (1966) - Endora
- Fastest Gun on Madison Avenue (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha Meets the Folks (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- My Baby, the Tycoon (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- And Then There Were Three (1966) - Endora
- Maid to Order (1966) - Endora (credit only)
- The Magic Cabin (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- A Vision of Sugar Plums (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- Speak the Truth (1965) - Endora
- My Boss, the Teddy Bear (1965) - Endora
- A Strange Little Visitor (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- Aunt Clara's Old Flame (1965) - Endora
- Junior Executive (1965) - Endora
- -And Then I Wrote (1965) - Endora
- The Very Informal Dress (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- Trick or Treat (1965) - Endora
- Take Two Aspirins and Half a Pint of Porpoise Milk (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- The Joker Is a Card (1965) - Endora
- My Grandson, the Warlock (1965) - Endora
- We're in for a Bad Spell (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- A Very Special Delivery (1965) - Endora
- Alias Darrin Stephens (1965) - Endora
- Cousin Edgar (1965) - Endora
- Eat at Mario's (1965) - Endora
- Remember the Main (1965) - Endora
- A Change of Face (1965) - Endora
- Illegal Separation (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- That Was My Wife (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- George the Warlock (1965) - Endora
- Abner Kadabra (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- Open the Door, Witchcraft (1965) - Endora
- There's No Witch Like an Old Witch (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- Driving Is the Only Way to Fly (1965) - Endora
- Pleasure O'Riley (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- Which Witch Is Which? (1965) - Endora
- Red Light, Green Light (1965) - Endora
- Eye of the Beholder (1965) - Endora
- Ling Ling (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- Your Witch Is Showing (1965) - Endora
- A Nice Little Dinner Party (1965) - Endora
- The Cat's Meow (1965) - Endora
- A Is for Aardvark (1965) - Endora
- It's Magic (1965) - Endora (credit only)
- A Vision of Sugar Plums (1964) - Endora (credit only)
- Samantha Meets the Folks (1964) - Endora (credit only)
- Love Is Blind (1964) - Endora (credit only)
- And Something Makes Three (1964) - Endora (credit only)
- It Takes One to Know One (1964) - Endora
- Just One Happy Family (1964) - Endora
- The Girl Reporter (1964) - Endora (credit only)
- Witch or Wife (1964) - Endora
- The Witches Are Out (1964) - Endora (credit only)
- Little Pitchers Have Big Fears (1964) - Endora (credit only)
- Help, Help, Don't Save Me (1964) - Endora
- Mother, Meet What's His Name (1964) - Endora
- It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (1964) - Endora
- Be It Ever So Mortgaged (1964) - Endora
- I, Darrin, Take This Witch, Samantha (1964) - Endora
Love, American Style (TV Series) as
Mrs. Cooper (segment 'Love and the Particular Girl')
- Love and the Particular Girl/Love and the Fountain of Youth/Love and the House Bachelor/Love and the Waitress (1971) - Mrs. Cooper (segment 'Love and the Particular Girl')
Laugh-In (TV Series) as
Guest Performer
- Perry Como, Three Dog Night (1971) - Guest Performer
The Magical World of Disney (TV Series) as
Mrs. Pringle
- Strange Monster of Strawberry Cove: Part 2 (1971) - Mrs. Pringle
- Strange Monster of Strawberry Cove: Part 1 (1971) - Mrs. Pringle
The Strange Monster of Strawberry Cove (TV Movie) as
Mrs. Pringle
Suddenly Single (TV Movie) as
Marriage: Year One (TV Movie) as
Grandma Duden
Night Gallery (TV Series) as
Head Witch (segment "Witches' Feast") / Emma Brigham (segment "Certain Shadows on the Wall")
- Death in the Family/The Merciful/Class of '99/Witches' Feast (1971) - Head Witch (segment "Witches' Feast")
- The House/Certain Shadows on the Wall (1970) - Emma Brigham (segment "Certain Shadows on the Wall")
What's the Matter with Helen? as
Sister Alma
The Virginian (TV Series) as
Emma Garvey
- Gun Quest (1970) - Emma Garvey
Barefoot in the Park (TV Series) as
Mrs. Wilson
- Pilot (1970) - Mrs. Wilson
Lancer (TV Series) as
Laurette Normile
- A Person Unknown (1969) - Laurette Normile
The Ballad of Andy Crocker (TV Movie) as
Lisa's mother
That's Life (TV Series)
- A Cold is Nothing to Sneeze At (1969)
The Magic Pear Tree (Short) as
Chantelle (voice)
The Lone Ranger (TV Series) as
Black Widow
- The Lash and the Arrow/The Spectre of Death/Mr. Happy (1968) - Black Widow (voice)
- The Trickster/Crack of Doom/The Human Dynamo (1966) - Black Widow (voice)
Custer (TV Series) as
- Spirit Woman (1967) - Watoma
The Wild Wild West (TV Series) as
Emma Valentine
- The Night of the Vicious Valentine (1967) - Emma Valentine
Alice Through the Looking Glass (TV Movie) as
The Red Queen
The Singing Nun as
Sister Cluny
Burke's Law (TV Series) as
Pauline Moss / Dona Ynez Ortega y Esteban / Liz Haggerty
- Who Killed Hamlet? (1965) - Pauline Moss
- Who Killed Don Pablo? (1964) - Dona Ynez Ortega y Esteban
- Who Killed Beau Sparrow? (1963) - Liz Haggerty
Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte as
The Greatest Show on Earth (TV Series) as
- This Train Don't Stop Till It Gets There (1964) - Millie
Channing (TV Series) as
Professor Amelia Webster
- Freedom Is a Lovesome Thing God Wot (1964) - Professor Amelia Webster
Who's Minding the Store? as
Mrs. Phoebe Tuttle
How the West Was Won as
Rebecca Prescott
Poor Mr. Campbell (TV Movie) as
Adrice Campbell
Jessica as
Maria Lombardo
Bachelor in Paradise as
Judge Peterson
Twenty Plus Two as
Mrs. Eleanor Delaney
My Sister Eileen (TV Series) as
Aunt Harriet
- The Protectors (1961) - Aunt Harriet
- Aunt Harriet's Way (1961) - Aunt Harriet
The Twilight Zone (TV Series) as
- The Invaders (1961) - Woman
The Rifleman (TV Series) as
Bertie Hoakam
- Miss Bertie (1960) - Bertie Hoakam
Shirley Temple's Storybook (TV Series) as
Hepzibah Pyncheon / Mombi the Witch / Witch
- The House of the Seven Gables (1960) - Hepzibah Pyncheon
- The Land of Oz (1960) - Mombi the Witch
- Rapunzel (1958) - Witch
Harrigan and Son (TV Series)
- There's No Fool Like an Old Fool (1960)
Rawhide (TV Series) as
Sister Frances
- Incident at Poco Tiempo (1960) - Sister Frances
Adventures in Paradise (TV Series) as
- The Krismen (1960) - Jikiri
The Chevy Mystery Show (TV Series) as
Elizabeth Marshall
- Trial by Fury (1960) - Elizabeth Marshall
Pollyanna as
Mrs. Snow
The Millionaire (TV Series) as
Katherine Boland
- Millionaire Katherine Boland (1960) - Katherine Boland
Startime (TV Series) as
Carmen Lynch
- Closed Set (1960) - Carmen Lynch
The Rebel (TV Series) as
Martha Lassiter
- In Memoriam (1959) - Martha Lassiter
The Bat as
Cornelia van Gorder
Alcoa Theatre (TV Series) as
Mrs. Adams
- Man of His House (1959) - Mrs. Adams
Night of the Quarter Moon as
Cornelia Nelson
General Electric Theater (TV Series) as
Ana Konrad Bethlen
- Deed of Mercy (1959) - Ana Konrad Bethlen
Tempest as
Vassilissa Mironova
Suspicion (TV Series) as
Katherine Searles
- Protégé (1958) - Katherine Searles
Playhouse 90 (TV Series) as
Rose GaNun
- The Dungeon (1958) - Rose GaNun
The DuPont Show of the Month (TV Series) as
Madame Defarge
- A Tale of Two Cities (1958) - Madame Defarge
Not One Shall Die (Short) as
Mrs. Lessing
Wagon Train (TV Series) as
Mary Halstead
- The Mary Halstead Story (1957) - Mary Halstead
The Story of Mankind as
Queen Elizabeth I
Raintree County as
Ellen Shawnessy
Jeanne Eagels as
Nellie Neilson
Climax! (TV Series) as
Irene / (segment "Child of the Wind")
- Locked in Fear (1957) - Irene
- Child of the Wind/Throw Away the Cane (1956) - (segment "Child of the Wind")
Schlitz Playhouse (TV Series) as
Ma Crater
- The Life You Save (1957) - Ma Crater
The True Story of Jesse James as
Mrs. Samuel
Studio 57 (TV Series) as
Mrs. Tolliver
- Teacher (1956) - Mrs. Tolliver
The Opposite Sex as
Countess de Brion
Pardners as
Mrs. Matilda Kingsley
The Revolt of Mamie Stover as
Bertha Parchman
Matinee Theatre (TV Series) as
Mrs. Barnes
- Greybeards and Witches (1956) - Mrs. Barnes
The Swan as
Queen Maria Dominika
Meet Me in Las Vegas as
Miss Hattie
The Conqueror as
The Left Hand of God as
Beryl Sigman
All That Heaven Allows as
Sara Warren
Untamed as
Magnificent Obsession as
Nancy Ashford
Those Redheads from Seattle as
Mrs. Edmonds
Main Street to Broadway as
Mildred Waterbury
The Revlon Mirror Theater (TV Series) as
Martha Adams
- Lullaby (1953) - Martha Adams
Scandal at Scourie as
Sister Josephine
The Story of Three Loves as
Aunt Lydia (segment "The Jealous Lover")
The Blazing Forest as
Jessie Crain
The Blue Veil as
Mrs. Palfrey
Show Boat as
Parthy Hawks
Adventures of Captain Fabian as
Aunt Jezebel
Fourteen Hours as
Christine Hill Cosick
Captain Blackjack as
Mrs. Emily Birk
Caged as
Ruth Benton
Without Honor as
Katherine Williams
The Great Sinner as
Emma Getzel
The Stratton Story as
Ma Stratton
Johnny Belinda as
Aggie MacDonald
Station West as
Mrs. Caslon
The Woman in White as
Countess Fosco
Summer Holiday as
Cousin Lily
The Lost Moment as
Juliana Borderau
Dark Passage as
Madge Rapf
Her Highness and the Bellboy as
Countess Zoe
Our Vines Have Tender Grapes as
Bruna Jacobson
Keep Your Powder Dry as
Lt. Col. Spottiswoode
Tomorrow, the World! as
Aunt Jessie Frame
Mrs. Parkington as
Aspasia Conti
The Seventh Cross as
Mme. Marelli
Dragon Seed as
Third Cousin's Wife
Since You Went Away as
Emily Hawkins
Jane Eyre as
Mrs. Reed
Government Girl as
Adele Wright
The Youngest Profession as
Miss Featherstone
Journey Into Fear as
Mrs. Mathews
The Big Street as
Violette Shumberg
The Magnificent Ambersons as
Fanny Minafer
Citizen Kane as
Mary Kane
The Mercury Theatre on the Air (Podcast Series) as
Mrs. Lincoln / Mrs. Hawkins / Mina Harker
- Abraham Lincoln (1938) - Mrs. Lincoln
- Treasure Island (1938) - Mrs. Hawkins
- Dracula (1938) - Mina Harker
King of Kings (dialogue coach - uncredited)
That's Entertainment, Part II (Documentary) (performer: "The Stanley Steamer")
Charlotte's Web (performer: "A Fair is a Veritable Schmorgasboard-orgasboard-orgasboard")
What's the Matter with Helen? (performer: "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" - uncredited)
Bewitched (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- To Go or Not to Go, That Is the Question (1970) - (performer: "I'm Called Little Buttercup" - uncredited)
Alice Through the Looking Glass (TV Movie) ("Alice Is Coming to Tea" (Alicia viene a tomar el té)., "There Are two Sides to Everything" (Hay dos lados para todo)., "Opening & Closing Theme" (Tema de apertura y cierre).) / (performer: "Through the Looking Glass" (opening & closing theme), "There Are two Sides to Everything", "Alice Is Coming to Tea", "Alice Is Coming to Tea" (2:44))
How the West Was Won (performer: "Home in the Meadow" (1962))
Meet Me in Las Vegas (performer: "The Gal with the Yaller Shoes")
Summer Holiday (performer: "Our Home Town", "The Stanley Steamer" - uncredited)
Mrs. Parkington ("The Wedding March" (1843), uncredited)
The Magnificent Ambersons (performer: "The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo" (1892) - uncredited)
The Dick Cavett Show (TV Series) as
Self - Guest / Self - actress
- Ethel Merman/Harlem Globetrotters/Agnes Moorehead/Robert Citron (1973) - Self - Guest
- Agnes Moorehead, Sol Linowitz, Marlena Shaw, Minerva Pious, Hugh Hefner (1969) - Self - actress
The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series) as
Self - Guest / Self - Co-Host / Self - Actress
- Episode #12.78 (1972) - Self - Guest
- Episode #10.16 (1970) - Self - Guest
- Episode #8.94 (1969) - Self - Guest
- Episode #7.191 (1968) - Self - Guest
- Episode #6.175 (1967) - Self - Co-Host
- Episode #6.174 (1967) - Self - Co-Host
- Episode #6.173 (1967) - Self - Guest
- Episode #6.172 (1967) - Self - Co-Host
- Episode #6.171 (1967) - Self - Co-Host
- Episode #6.165 (1967) - Self - Actress
The Bob Braun Show (TV Series) as
Self - Actress
- Episode dated 28 November 1972 (1972) - Self - Actress
Joanne Carson's VIPs (TV Series) as
- Episode #1.47 (1972) - Self
It Was a Very Good Year (TV Series) as
- The Year 1941 (1971) - Self
The Pet Set (TV Series) as
- Episode #1.13 (1971) - Self
- Episode #1.3 (1971) - Self
The Dating Game (TV Series) as
Self - Guest star contestant
- Agnes Moorehead (1970) - Self - Guest star contestant
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode dated 14 April 1970 (1970) - Self - Guest
- (FROM LOS ANGELES) Mickey Rooney, Agnes Moorehead, Anne Howard Wayne Cochran (1969) - Self - Guest
- Agnes Moorehead/Jose Greco/Hairdresser Mark Traynor/Baja Marimba Band (1967) - Self - Guest
- Agnes Moorehead, Ronny Graham, Adirek, Betty Johnson (1963) - Self - Guest
Life with Linkletter (TV Series) as
- Agnes Moorehead (1970) - Self
The Linkletter Show (TV Series) as
- Episode dated 9 February 1970 (1970) - Self
The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series) as
Self / Bertha Bluenose
- He Wanted to Be a Square Shooter But He Found That His Barrel was Round (1969) - Self / Bertha Bluenose
Della (TV Series) as
- Episode #1.7 (1969) - Self
George Jessel's Here Come the Stars (TV Series) as
Self - Honoree / Self
- Agnes Moorehead (1969) - Self - Honoree
- James Stewart (1968) - Self
Talking Pictures (TV Special) as
The Don Rickles Show (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Agnes Moorehead (1968) - Self - Guest
The Jonathan Winters Show (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Boris Karloff, Agnes Moorehead, Marjorie McCoy, the Craig Hundley Trio (1968) - Self - Guest
The Hollywood Squares (Daytime) (TV Series) as
Self - Panelist
- Gig Young, Shari Lewis & Hush Puppy, Charley Weaver, Abby Dalton, Mr. Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Mr. Morey Amsterdam, Agnes Moorehead & George Jessel. (1966) - Self - Panelist
- Gig Young, Shari Lewis & Charley Horse, Charley Weaver, Abby Dalton, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam, Agnes Moorehead & George Jessel. (1966) - Self - Panelist
- Gig Young, Shari Lewis & Lamb Chop, Charley Weaver, Abby Dalton, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam, Agnes Moorehead & George Jessel. (1966) - Self - Panelist
- Gig Young, Shari Lewis & Lamb Chop, Charley Weaver, Abby Dalton, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam, Agnes Moorehead and George Jessel. (1966) - Self - Panelist
- Dale Robertson, Della Reese, Charley Weaver, Abby Dalton, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Shelley Berman, Agnes Moorehead & Paul Lynde. (1966) - Self - Panelist
- Dale Robertson, Della Reese, Charley Weaver, Abby Dalton, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Shelley Berman, Agnes Moorehead & Paul Lynde. (1966) - Self - Panelist
- Dale Robertson, Della Reese, Charley Weaver, Abby Dalton, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Shelley Berman, Agnes Moorehead & Paul Lynde. (1966) - Self - Panelist
- Dale Robertson, Della Reese, Charley Weaver, Abby Dalton, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Shelley Berman, Agnes Moorehead & Paul Lynde. (1966) - Self - Panelist
- Dale Robertson, Della Reese, Charley Weaver, Abby Dalton, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Shelley Berman, Agnes Moorehead & Paul Lynde (1966) - Self - Panelist
- Nick Adams, Sally Field, Charley Weaver, Abby Dalton, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam, Agnes Moorehead & Ernest Borgnine (1966) - Self - Panelist
- 1st Weekday Broadcast - Nick Adams, Sally Field, Charley Weaver, Abby Dalton, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam, Agnes Moorehead & Ernest Borgnine (1966) - Self - Panelist
Gypsy (TV Series) as
Self / Self - actress
- Agnes Moorehead, Donna Archibald (1968) - Self - actress
- Agnes Moorehead (1967) - Self
- The Shoe-Bee (1966) - Self
The City of Gods (Documentary) as
Narrator (English version, voice)
Pat Boone in Hollywood (TV Series) as
- Episode #1.82 (1968) - Self
- Dennis Morgan, Agnes Moorehead, Greg Morris, Murray Roman, The Love Generation (1967) - Self
The John Gary Show (TV Series) as
- Agnes Moorehead, Jim Backus, Sandy Baron, Professor Irwin Corey, Big Tiny Little (1967) - Self
The Joey Bishop Show (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode #2.72 (1967) - Self - Guest
- Episode #1.39 (1967) - Self - Guest
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (TV Series) as
- Episode #2.13 (1967) - Self
The Woody Woodbury Show (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode #1.13 (1967) - Self - Guest
Dateline: Hollywood (TV Series) as
Self - Actress
- Episode dated 7 July 1967 (1967) - Self - Actress (unconfirmed)
Girl Talk (TV Series) as
- Episode dated 5 May 1967 (1967) - Self
- Episode dated 1 July 1965 (1965) - Self
- Agnes Moorehead, Geraldine Stutz (1963) - Self
Password (TV Series) as
Self / Self - Celebrity Contestant
- Agnes Moorehead vs Barry Nelson (1967) - Self - Celebrity Contestant
- Agnes Moorehead vs. Hal March - Day 5 (1962) - Self
- Agnes Moorehead vs. Hal March - Day 4 (1962) - Self
- Agnes Moorehead vs. Hal March - Day 3 (1962) - Self
- Agnes Moorehead vs. Hal March - Day 2 (1962) - Self
- Agnes Moorehead vs. Hal March - Day 1 (1962) - Self
The Merv Griffin Show (TV Series) as
- Agnes Moorehead, Cliff Arquette, Enzo Stuarti, Josephine Premice, Jerry Shane, Bishop James A. Pike (1967) - Self
The Hollywood Palace (TV Series) as
Self - Dramatic Reader
- Episode #4.13 (1966) - Self - Dramatic Reader
Hollywood Talent Scouts (TV Series) as
- Episode dated 4 April 1966 (1966) - Self
Mr. Blackwell Presents (TV Movie) as
The Celebrity Game (TV Series) as
- Episode dated 2 August 1965 (1965) - Self
The 37th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Nominee
The Jonathan Winters Specials (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Jonathan and the Movies (1965) - Self - Guest
The 22nd Annual Golden Globe Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Winner
Chevrolet's Bewitching Bonanza (Short) as
You Don't Say (TV Series) as
- Agnes Moorehead and Alan Young (1964) - Self
Freedom Spectacular (TV Movie) as
The Shari Lewis Show (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode dated 29 June 1963 (1963) - Self - Guest
Camera Three (TV Series) as
- Reminiscences of Wanda Landowska (1963) - Self
The Jerry Lester Show (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode dated 10 February 1963 (1963) - Self - Guest
Here's Hollywood (TV Series) as
- Episode #1.41 (1960) - Self
About Faces (TV Series) as
- Episode dated 11 May 1960 (1960) - Self
George Jessel Show (TV Series) as
- Episode #1.42 (1959) - Self
Screen Snapshots: Salute to Hollywood (Documentary short) as
Operation Raintree (Documentary short) as
Self (uncredited)
The Tonight Show (TV Series) as
- Agnes Moorehead, Jill Corey, Peggy Ryan & Ray McDonald (1956) - Self
The Colgate Comedy Hour (TV Series) as
Self - Aunt Minnie
- Roberta (1955) - Self - Aunt Minnie
Archive Footage
Say Hey, Willie Mays! (Documentary) as
Self (uncredited)
Hollywood maudit (TV Series documentary) as
- Le conquérant (2021) - Self
Betty White's Pet Set - Behind the Scenes (Video short) as
Welcome to the Basement (TV Series) as
- The Conqueror (2016) - Hunlun
Magician: The Astonishing Life and Work of Orson Welles (Documentary) as
Mary Kane (clip from Citizen Kane (1941)) (uncredited)
The ComicWeb: Old Time Radio Programs (Podcast Series) as
Margot Lane
- The Shadow: The Temple Bells of Neban (2014) - Margot Lane
Pioneers of Television (TV Series documentary) as
- Science Fiction (2011) - Self
The Naked Archaeologist (TV Series documentary) as
Helena / Endora
- Apostles & Spies: Part 2 (2010) - Helena
- The Search for King David's Harp (2008) - Endora
The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics (TV Movie documentary) as
Mrs. Snow
Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project (Documentary) as
Self (uncredited)
La imagen de tu vida (TV Series) as
- Episode #1.5 (2006) - Endora
Bewitched as
Endora (uncredited)
Backstory (TV Series documentary) as
- Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte (2001) - Velma
Hollywood Remembers Lee Marvin (TV Movie documentary) as
Self / Ellen Shawnessy
Biography (TV Series documentary) as
- Elizabeth Montgomery: A Touch of Magic (1999) - Endora
Twentieth Century Fox: The First 50 Years (TV Movie documentary) as
Velma (uncredited)
Century of Cinema (TV Series documentary) as
Sara Warren
- A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies (1995) - Sara Warren (uncredited)
AFI Life Achievement Award (TV Series) as
Violette Shumberg
- AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Henry Fonda (1978) - Violette Shumberg (uncredited)
America at the Movies (Documentary) as
Rebecca Prescott
That's Entertainment! (Documentary) as
Parthy Hawks (uncredited)
Mondo Hollywood (Documentary) as
Self (uncredited)
Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte: Wizard Work (Documentary short) as
Self / Velma
The Magical World of Disney (TV Series) as
Mrs. Snow
- Pollyanna: Part 3 (1963) - Mrs. Snow
- Pollyanna: Part 2 (1963) - Mrs. Snow
- Pollyanna: Part 1 (1963) - Mrs. Snow
The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series) as
Mrs. Snow
- Episode #13.34 (1960) - Mrs. Snow
The Best in Mystery (TV Series) as
Martha Adams
- Lullabye (1954) - Martha Adams
Some of the Best: Twenty-Five Years of Motion Picture Leadership (Documentary short) as
Self (uncredited)


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