THE SCREENING ROOM: Remembering Celeste Holm (Video)

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Academy Award-winning actress Celeste Holm died July 15 in New York City at the age of 95. In remembrance of the legendary stage and screen actress, takes a look back at her career — in video clips — including her performances from "Gentleman's Agreement," "High Society," "All About Eve," Oklahoma! and more.

Read more about the life of Holm here.


"Who Wants to Be A Millionaire" with Frank Sinatra from the film "High Society":

A scene from "The Tender Trap" with David Wayne:

Here's rare footage of Holm's Oscar acceptance speech. She took home the award for Best Supporting Actress in "Gentleman's Agreement":

The 1947 trailer of "Gentleman's Agreement":

Holm originated the role of Ado Annie in Oklahoma! on Broadway. Here is a recent performance of "Cain't Say No" as well as the audio from the original Broadway cast recording:

Holm's appearance on the television game show "What's My Line?":

Here's the trailer of "All About Eve," for which Holm received an Oscar nomination for her performance:

A scene from "Come to the Stable" — another Oscar-nominated performance from Holm:

Holm played the Fairy Godmother in the 1965 TV remake of Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Cinderella." Here's a clip from that production, including "Impossible":

A recent performance from Holm with pianist Richard Glazier. Here, she sings "Right as the Rain" from Bloomer Girl:

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