Yes, this thread seems on a par with the Oscar Death/Applause meter (the segment where Oscar shows photos or film clips of actors or actresses that have died in the last year. Winner is the one who gets the most applause. This year's winner: Marlon Brando. However, this thread is not meant that way. I noticed that Teresa Wright passed away recently, aged 86, and thought that most of you wouldn't have a clue who she is. That's a pity, because she was a very good actress and starred in some interesting movies. So listed below are movies in which Teresa Wright starred and which you should see if you get a chance: 1941: "The Little Foxes" as Bette Davis' daughter. At the end, La Davis gets a surprise. 1943: "Shadow of a Doubt" the female lead in one of Hitchcock's best movies. She holds her own with Joseph Cotten's extremely dynamic performance as a serial killer. 1944: "Casanova Brown" pleasant lightweight comedy with Gary Cooper; 1946: "The Best Years of Our Lives" one of a large, very good cast; 1947: "Pursued" with Robert Mitchum. A western film recently promoted by Martin Scorsese. Very perverse. 1950: "The Men" Brando's first film. 1954: "The Actress" Good period film with Jean Simmons and Spencer Tracy. 1955: "The Track of the Cat" This film doesn't work but is extremely interesting. Don't bother: 1942: "Mrs. Miniver" She won best supporting actress for this, but it's awful, dated, did I mention bad? Anyway, RIP, Teresa Wright. You did better work than many a bigger star.