Mary Munday was an American actress.
Mary Munday was born Mary Elenor Munday on July 31st, in California, United States. Her zodiac sign was Leo.
She died on Tuesday, September 30th, 1997 at the age of seventy-one (71) in West Hollywood, California, United States.
As an actress, Mary Munday has been seen in movies such as "Magic", released in 1978 in which she portrays Mother, "Norma Rae" (1979) in which she plays Mrs. Johnson, "The Hawaiians" (1970) playing Malama Hale, "The Ballad of Cable Hogue" (1970) portraying Dot, "Breezy" (1973) (character: Waitress), and "True Confessions" (1981).
Directed by: U. Grosbard, starring R. De Niro, R. Duvall, C. Durning, K. McMillan...
First Monday in October
Directed by: R. Neame, starring W. Matthau, J. Clayburgh, B. Hughes, J. Sterling...
Directed by: M. Ritt, starring S. Field, B. Bridges, R. Leibman, P. Hingle...
Directed by: R. Attenborough, starring A. Hopkins, Ann-Margret, B. Meredith, E. Lauter...
Directed by: C. Eastwood, starring W. Holden, K. Lenz, R. C. Carmel, M. Dusay...
Directed by: T. Gries, starring C. Heston, G. Chaplin, T. Chen, J. Phillip Law...
The Ballad of Cable Hogue
Directed by: S. Peckinpah, starring J. Robards, S. Stevens, D. Warner, S. Martin...
The Golden Horde
Directed by: G. Sherman, starring A. Blyth, D. Farrar, G. Macready, H. Brandon...
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