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Wickes began on stage in the early 1930s and acted in five plays either written or directed by George S. Her breakthrough came when she hilariously played Miss Preen, the endlessly harassed nurse to the vituperative Sheridan Whiteside (Monty Woolley) in Kaufman and Hart's "The Man Who Came to Dinner" (1939-40).Wickes later recreated her most famous role as her film debut in 1941, in a radio production starring Fred Allen and in a 1972 TV version with Orson Welles.
Wickes was a well-known character actress with a long career in theater, TV, and film.
But one special lanky and loveable not only appeared on the first three sitcoms, but also had a close personal friendship with Lucy herself. If any of us were sick or even in bed with a cold, Mary would show up at the backdoor with a kettle of chicken soup.
(If you guess anything but the right answer I will be sorely saddened and offended.) Mary and Lucy shared a long friendship, on top of working together professionally. She could be loud and boisterous and as demanding as any of the characters she played, but she was also very loving and giving. " with Mary playing the part of a ballet teacher, a Madame Lamond, who tries to teach Lucy how to be graceful onstage. (I apologize for the video quality, but this is the only remaining copy extant on the internet without paying for it!
A tall, lanky character actress, Wickes was a durable and invaluable comedy player of innumerable housekeepers, nurses and nuns.
With her gawky frame, deliciously angular features and famous recessed chin, she ...