"You have to keep this con even after you take his money. He can't know you took him." The Sting (1973) Director: George Roy Hill. Stars: Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Robert Shaw, Charles Durning, Ray Walston, Eileen Brennan, Harold Gould, John Heffernan, Dana Elcar, Jack Kehoe, Dimitra Arliss, Robert Earl Jones.

"You have to keep this con even after you take his money. He can't know you took him." The Sting (1973) Director: George Roy Hill. Stars: Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Robert Shaw, Charles Durning, Ray Walston, Eileen Brennan, Harold Gould, John Heffernan, Dana Elcar, Jack Kehoe, Dimitra Arliss, Robert Earl Jones.

Eileen Brennan's 15 Best Moments As Mrs. Peacock In "Clue"

Eileen Brennan's 15 Best Moments As Mrs. Peacock In "Clue"

The Oscar-nominated character actress, who passed away Sunday at 80 from bladder cancer, had a long and varied career in classics like The Sting, The Last Picture Show, and Private Benjamin.

Eileen Brennan's 15 Best Moments As Mrs. Peacock In "Clue"

Eileen Brennan's 15 Best Moments As Mrs. Peacock In "Clue"

The Oscar-nominated character actress, who passed away Sunday at 80 from bladder cancer, had a long and varied career in classics like The Sting, The Last Picture Show, and Private Benjamin.

Eileen Brennan’s 15 Best Moments As Mrs. Peacock In "Clue" My Heros. Oh my goodness she touched Mrs. Whites boob!

Eileen Brennan's 15 Best Moments As Mrs. Peacock In 'Clue'

Eileen Brennan’s 15 Best Moments As Mrs. Peacock In "Clue" My Heros. Oh my goodness she touched Mrs. Whites boob!

Eileen Brennan’s 15 Best Moments As Mrs. Peacock In “Clue”

Eileen Brennan's 15 Best Moments As Mrs. Peacock In "Clue"

Eileen Brennan (September 3, 1932 – July 28, 2013) was a smokey-voiced actress who had worked in show business for more than 20 years before gaining her widest attention as a gleefully tough Army captain in both the film (1980) and television (1981-83) versions of Private Benjamin. She was forced to leave the TV series when she was hit by a car and critically injured in Venice, CA. Without her, the series ended in 1983. Her mother was silent film star Regina "Jeanne" Menehan.

Eileen Brennan (September 3, 1932 – July 28, 2013) was a smokey-voiced actress who had worked in show business for more than 20 years before gaining her widest attention as a gleefully tough Army captain in both the film (1980) and television (1981-83) versions of Private Benjamin. She was forced to leave the TV series when she was hit by a car and critically injured in Venice, CA. Without her, the series ended in 1983. Her mother was silent film star Regina "Jeanne" Menehan.

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