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1935 Shirley Temple & Hattie McDaniel in The Little Colonel, helping to knock down the walls for African American Actors! Hollywood Icons, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Old Hollywood, Old Movie Stars, Classic Movie Stars, Classic Movies, Shirley Temple

Hattie McDaniel (Actress) – Petition

HATTIE McDANIEL 1895 ~*****~ 1952 ______________________________________ By Dale Ricardo Shields (c) All Rights Reserved. {Petition to replace the stolen Oscar} http://www.gopetition.com/petition/42042.html "Born on June 10, 1895, in Wichita, Kansas, Hattie was one of 13 children and the daughter of former slaves Henry and Susan McDaniel. Hattie's father Henry McDaniel fought in the Civil War with the ...

Butterfly McQueen & Hattie McDaniel: Gone With the Wind - Wardrobe stills. Hattie McDaniel became first African Ameican woman to win an Oscar.she won it for her role as Mammy in the epic film. Go To Movies, Old Movies, Great Movies, Awesome Movies, Vintage Movies, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Divas, Hattie Mcdaniel

Butterfly McQueen as Prissy and Hattie McDaniel as Mammy in a wardrobe still for 'Gone With The Wind' (1939)

McDaniel, the first African American oscar winner. McDaniel, the first African American oscar winner. Scarlett O'hara, Rita Moreno, Grace Kelly, Hattie Mcdaniel, Actor Secundario, Black History Facts, Oscar Winners, My Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful Pictures

Oscar's First Black Winner Accepted Her Honor in a Segregated 'No Blacks' Hotel in L.A.

It's been 75 years since Hattie McDaniel won for 'Gone With the Wind,' accepting her award at the Ambassador's Cocoanut Grove nightclub. Four husbands, a friendship with Clark Gable and 74 maid roles later, she died, her body refused by a segregated cemetery, her statuette now missing, but with her descendants devoted to her memory.

Hattie McDaniel's Oscar Bequeathed to Howard University - Jet Magazine, November 1952 Women In History, Black History, Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Hattie Mcdaniel, Jet Magazine, Howard University, Pretty Black Girls, People Of Interest

Hattie McDaniel's Oscar Bequeathed to Howard University - Jet Magazine, November 20, 1952

Click the "All Sizes" button above to read an article or to see the image clearly. These scans come from my rather large magazine collection. Instead of filling my house with old moldy magazines, I scanned them (in most cases, photographed them) and filled a storage area with moldy magazines. Now they reside on an external harddrive. I thought others might appreciate these tidbits of forgotten history. Please feel free to leave any comments or thoughts or impressions... Thanks in advance!

Hattie McDaniel - Best known for her portrayal of "Mammy" in the film "Gone with the Wind". African American to win an Oscar. (Best supporting actress for Gone With the Wind.) Her parents had been slaves. She died on Oct 1952 at the age of Golden Age Of Hollywood, Vintage Hollywood, Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Old Movies, Great Movies, Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful People, Hattie Mcdaniel

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vintagegal: “On February Hattie McDaniel earned the Academy Award for best supporting actress becoming the first African American to win an Oscar for her role as Mammy in Gone With the. Hollywood Walk Of Fame, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Hollywood Stars, Black Actresses, Actors & Actresses, Oscars, Oscar Photo

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“Hattie McDaniel was the first African American to win an Oscar in 1940 for her performance in, "Gone with the Wind"”

American actress Hattie McDaniel in a maid's uniform, circa McDaniel won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role of Mammy in 'Gone With The Wind', making her the first. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images Old Hollywood Movies, Golden Age Of Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Hollywood Icons, Hollywood Glamour, Hollywood Stars, Hollywood Actresses, Old Movies, Great Movies

Gone With The Wind Mammy Tied Up Ladies Gown High Quality Photo | eBay

Hattie McDaniel as Mammy in Gone with The Wind 11x14 Photo | eBay

Born 1893 to former slaves in Wichita, Kansas, American stage actress, professional singer-songwriter, and comedian Hattie McDaniel made her first film appearan Vintage Hollywood, Hollywood Glamour, Classic Hollywood, Dorothy Dandridge, Whoopi Goldberg, Jackie Robinson, Denzel Washington, Naomi Watts, Steve Mcqueen

@classicsallthetime_ on Instagram: “Hattie McDaniel. She is one of the best parts of ‘Gone with the Wind’! Hattie played Mammy, house maid for Scarlett O’Hara (Vivien…”

62 Likes, 3 Comments - @classicsallthetime_ on Instagram: “Hattie McDaniel. She is one of the best parts of ‘Gone with the Wind’! Hattie played Mammy, house…”

A history of Oscar fashion Hattie McDaniel, Left, Gets Academy Award Old Hollywood Glamour, Classic Hollywood, Vintage Hollywood, Glamour Movie, Best Actor Oscar, Hattie Mcdaniel, Sculpted Arms, Freida Pinto, Oscar Fashion

A history of Oscar fashion

Take a look back at the most memorable red carpet moments from Hollywood's biggest awards show

At the start of the Hattie McDaniel was the most famous African-American woman in Hollywood, . First Ladies, Black Actresses, Black Actors, Classic Actresses, Scarlett O'hara, Ann Margret, Ingrid Bergman, Vivien Leigh, Marlene Dietrich

Pioneers: Black Women Who Did It First

These stars have made giant leaps for womankind.

Hattie McDaniel, Oscar winner for "Gone WIth the Wind and the first African American to win an Academy Award." She was a member of the American Women's Voluntary Services (AWVS) during WWII. African American History, American Women, Women In History, Black History, Living Puppets, Hattie Mcdaniel, 3d Foto, Actors, Before Us

Peer Into The Past

Hattie McDaniel a member of the AWVS (American Women’s Voluntary Services) during WWII. #History #WW2 #Women