Directed by Jorge Fons, Jurado was cast as a lower-class woman who suffers a series of bureaucratic abuses as she tries to claim the remains of her dead husband.  The film received mild critical acclaim. Hell, it was just a date.  The play ran for seventeen performances, closing on January 10, 1976. He took with him half of my life. I could not mourn him as I wanted. This memorial is a tribute to her life and career in the Stockton region as well as her magnificent contributions to the Hollywood film industry as an actress, wife, mother and humanitarian. In 1959, Marlon Brando, with whom Jurado maintained a close friendship, invited her to participate in One-Eyed Jacks, his first film as director.  Also in 1949, Leigh appeared as a nun in the anti-communist drama The Red Danube, which earned her critical acclaim, followed by a role as Glenn Ford's love interest in The Doctor and the Girl. ", Leigh subsequently appeared opposite her daughter, Jamie Lee Curtis, in John Carpenter's supernatural horror film The Fog (1980), in which a phantom schooner unleashes ghosts on a small coastal community. Leigh made her stage debut opposite Jack Cassidy in the original Broadway production of Murder Among Friends, which opened at the Biltmore Theatre on December 28, 1975. Jurado's younger brothers were Luis RaÃºl and Ãscar Sergio. In 1973, she appeared in the episode "Beginner's Luck" of the romantic anthology series Love Story.  However, Johnson did not like the name and it was ultimately changed back to "Janet Leigh" (pronounced "Lee"). , Leigh and Curtis next co-starred in the Columbia Pictures farce Who Was That Lady? Early in her career in Hollywood, Jurado had affairs with the filmmaker Budd Boetticher and actor Tyrone Power..  Jurado and Borgnine finally divorced in 1963.
Janet Leigh (born Jeanette Helen Morrison; July 6, 1927 – October 3, 2004) was an American actress, singer, dancer, and author, whose career spanned over five decades. In the 1990s, Jurado appeared in two Mexican telenovelas.  From 1951 to 1954 Leigh and Curtis appeared in numerous home movies directed by their friend Jerry Lewis.  Back at MGM she was one of many stars in the anthology film It's a Big Country: An American Anthology (1952), and appeared in a romantic comedy with Peter Lawford, Just This Once (1952). And in that sense I'm fortunate.  The plaque at the theatre reads as follows: Pacific's Janet Leigh Theatre - Made possible by a generous gift from the Robert Brandt and Janet Leigh Brandt Estate. It will enhance any encyclopedic page you visit with the magic of the WIKI 2 technology. In the same year, she traveled to Italy for the filming of Trapeze, directed by Carol Reed, with Burt Lancaster and Tony Curtis. She played saloon owner Helen RamÃrez, former love of reluctant hero Cooper's Will Kane.  Leigh would later describe shooting the film as a "great experience," but added: "Universal just couldn't understand it, so they recut it. She won her second Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actress for this role. Leigh credited the experimental and informal nature of these films for allowing her to stretch her acting ability and attempt new roles. ", Jurado claimed to have been one of the first people to find the body of Mexican actress Miroslava Stern after her tragic suicide. Select from premium Katy Jurado of the highest quality. Raised in Stockton, California by working-class parents, Leigh was discovered at 18 by actress Norma Shearer, who helped her secure a contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. I use WIKI 2 every day and almost forgot how the original Wikipedia looks like. The Janet Leigh Theatre was created to bind the experiences and friendships that Janet Leigh valued while a student at Pacific. The memorial is located in the downtown Stockton plaza adjacent to the City Center Cinemas, since renamed "Janet Leigh Plaza." Zlatnog doba meksičke kinematografije 1940-ih, da bi se 1950-ih uspjela probiti u Hollywood nizom zapaženih uloga u vesternima.. Izvori  Distributed by United Artists, the film had one of the most expensive marketing campaigns of the 1950s.  During her final year of high school, Leigh married eighteen-year-old John Kenneth Carlisle in Reno, Nevada, on August 1, 1942. The marriage ended in 1943, shortly after Jurado began her film career. In 1961, Jurado returned to Mexico and filmed Y dios la llamÃ³ Tierra (1961) and La Bandida (1963).
In 1972, Leigh starred in the science fiction film Night of the Lepus with Stuart Whitman as well as the drama One Is a Lonely Number with Trish Van Devere.
In 1976 she played the role of "Chuchupe" in the film PantaleÃ³n y Las Visitadoras, an adaptation of the novel Captain Pantoja and the Special Service by Mario Vargas Llosa, who also directed the film. Leigh played mostly dramatic roles during the latter half of the 1950s, in such films as Safari (1956) and Orson Welles's film noir Touch of Evil (1958), but achieved her most lasting recognition as the doomed Marion Crane in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960), which earned her a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. , Leigh had a significant commercial success with the swashbuckler-themed Scaramouche (1952), in which she starred as Aline de Gavrillac opposite Stewart Granger and Eleanor Parker. Leigh was honored posthumously by University of the Pacific with the naming of the "Janet Leigh Theatre" on the Stockton campus on June 25, 2010. She also starred in several made-for-TV films, most notably the off-length (135 minutes instead of the usual 100) The House on Greenapple Road, which premiered on ABC in January 1970 to high ratings.
I knew he had a thing for Rita Moreno. , Leigh made her film debut in the big-budget Civil War film The Romance of Rosy Ridge (1947), as the romantic interest of Van Johnson's character.
Her mother was sister of Mexican musician Belisario de JesÃºs GarcÃa, author of popular Mexican songs such as "Las Cuatro Milpas".  Leigh was cremated, and her ashes interred at Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in the Westwood Village neighborhood of Los Angeles.  Also in 1954, Leigh had a supporting role in the Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis comedy Living It Up (1954) for Paramount, followed by Universal's swashbuckler film The Black Shield of Falworth (1954), in which she appeared opposite Curtis, marking their second feature together. Despite this handicap, her strong performance brought her to the attention of Hollywood producer Stanley Kramer, who cast her in the classic Western High Noon (1952), starring Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly.
For this performance she won the Ariel Award for Best Actress, her second Silver Ariel Award of the Mexican Cinema..
She would also go on to appear in two horror films with her daughter, Jamie Lee Curtis: The Fog (1980) and Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998). , Leigh's role in Psycho became career-defining, and she later commented: "I've been in a great many films, but I suppose if an actor can be remembered for one role then they're very fortunate. Jurado was then selected for the role, despite the resistance of the studio because of her youth. , Jurado had a cameo in the film The Hi-Lo Country (1998) by Stephen Frears, who called her his "lucky charm" for his first Western..
With VelÃ¡zquez she had two children, VÃctor Hugo (d. 1981) and Sandra. Another filmmaker interested in her was Mauricio de la Serna, who offered her a role in the film No matarÃ¡s (1943).  In 1953 she had a role in Arrowhead with Charlton Heston and Jack Palance, playing an evil Comanche woman, the love interest of Heston's character.
In the same year, Jurado appeared with Kirk Douglas in the Henry Hathaway film The Racers.
In 1957 she debuted on television with a guest appearance in an episode of Playhouse 90.
She got the role when performing Phyllis Thaxter's long speech in Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo for the head of the studio talent department. Her marriage was largely motivated by the desire to continue a career as an actress and to escape the yoke of her parents. The role had originally been intended for Dolores del RÃo, but the U.S. government, accusing del Rio of being a communist sympathizer at the height of the McCarthy era, refused permission for her to work in the United States. Jurado received one of her best dramatic roles in the third of the three short stories comprising the Mexican film FÃ©, Esperanza y Caridad (1973). , At MGM she appeared in Strictly Dishonorable (1951), a comedy with Ezio Pinza, based on a play by Preston Sturges.
 Her performance garnered an Academy Award nomination.  Jurado commented: Marlon called me one night for a date, and I accepted. After marrying Borgnine, they founded their own production company called Sanvio Corp. To install click the Add extension button. In 1955, Jurado filmed Trial, directed by Mark Robson, with Glenn Ford.