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What movie and television projects has Edie Adams been in?

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March 26, 2014 1:35AM

Edie Adams has: Played herself in "The Perry Como Show" in 1948. Played herself in "Toast of the Town" in 1948. Performed in "Suspense" in 1949. Played Herself - Singer in "The Colgate Comedy Hour" in 1950. Played Lulu Trueblood in "The Red Skelton Show" in 1951. Played Herself - Vocalist in "Ernie in Kovacsland" in 1951. Played Ruby in "The Red Skelton Show" in 1951. Played herself in "The Bob Hope Show" in 1952. Played herself in "House Party" in 1952. Played herself in "The Ernie Kovacs Show" in 1952. Played Sue Ellen in "General Electric Theater" in 1953. Played herself in "Coke Time" in 1953. Performed in "The United States Steel Hour" in 1953. Played herself in "The George Gobel Show" in 1954. Performed in "Appointment with Adventure" in 1955. Played Roseanne (1982) in "As the World Turns" in 1956. Played herself in "The Jonathan Winters Show" in 1956. Played Cameo appearance (Wife of man in bar) in "Showdown at Ulcer Gulch" in 1956. Played Herself - Guest in "The Steve Allen Show" in 1956. Played herself in "The Dinah Shore Chevy Show" in 1956. Played herself in "The Walter Winchell Show" in 1956. Played Herself - Hostess in "The Dinah Shore Chevy Show" in 1956. Played Herself - Actress in "The NBC Comedy Hour" in 1956. Played Herself - Guest Host in "The Dinah Shore Chevy Show" in 1956. Played herself in "Tonight Starring Jack Paar" in 1957. Played Gloria Chrystie in "Suspicion" in 1957. Played Fairy Godmother in "Cinderella" in 1957. Played herself in "The Gisele MacKenzie Show" in 1957. Played Herself - Winner: Best Distinguished Supporting or Featured Musical Actress in "The 11th Annual Tony Awards" in 1957. Played herself in "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" in 1957. Played herself in "The Garry Moore Show" in 1958. Performed in "Art Carney Special" in 1959. Played Herself - Singer in "The Bell Telephone Hour" in 1959. Played Herself - Panelist in "Take a Good Look" in 1959. Played Herself - panelist (1960-1961) in "Take a Good Look" in 1959. Played herself in "The Bing Crosby Show" in 1959. Played Herself - Co-Host in "The Chevy Show" in 1959. Played Miss Olsen in "The Apartment" in 1960. Played herself in "American Cowboy" in 1960. Played herself in "The DuPont Show of the Week" in 1961. Played Rebel Davis in "Lover Come Back" in 1961. Played herself in "Password" in 1961. Played Blanche in "The Spiral Staircase" in 1961. Played Herself - Panelist in "Password" in 1961. Played herself in "The Mike Douglas Show" in 1961. Played Model in "The Dick Powell Show" in 1961. Played herself in "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in 1962. Played Herself - Nominee: Best Performance in a Variety or Musical Program or Series and Presenter in "The 14th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards" in 1962. Played herself in "The Jack Paar Program" in 1962. Played herself in "The Merv Griffin Show" in 1962. Played Nanette Johnson in "The Lucy Show" in 1962. Played Frederica in "Call Me Bwana" in 1963. Played Dr. Irene Wilson in "Under the Yum Yum Tree" in 1963. Played herself in "Sid Caesar - Edie Adams Together" in 1963. Played Barbie in "Love with the Proper Stranger" in 1963. Played Herself - Singer in "The Hollywood Palace" in 1964. Played Mabel Cantwell in "The Best Man" in 1964. Played herself in "The Dean Martin Show" in 1965. Played herself in "The Hollywood Squares" in 1965. Played herself in "The Jackie Gleason Show" in 1966. Played Trina Yale in "The Oscar" in 1966. Played herself in "The John Gary Show" in 1966. Played Irene Chase in "Made in Paris" in 1966. Played herself in "The Joey Bishop Show" in 1967. Played Merle McGill in "The Honey Pot" in 1967. Played herself in "The Kraft Music Hall" in 1967. Played herself in "The Carol Burnett Show" in 1967. Played herself in "The Dick Cavett Show" in 1968. Played (segment "Love and the Hotel Caper") in "Love, American Style" in 1969. Played herself in "Playboy After Dark" in 1969. Played herself in "The David Frost Show" in 1969. Played herself in "The Don Adams Special: Hooray for Hollywood" in 1970. Played herself in "The Don Knotts Show" in 1970. Played Herself - Performer in "The 25th Annual Tony Awards" in 1971. Played herself in "Stand Up and Cheer" in 1971. Played Flossie in "Evil Roy Slade" in 1972. Played herself in "Jack Paar Tonite" in 1973. Played Kate Roberti in "Harry O" in 1973. Played Lorenza in "Police Woman" in 1974. Played Massage Parlor Owner in "Cop on the Beat" in 1975. Performed in "The Blue Knight" in 1975. Performed in "Joe Forrester" in 1975. Played Carlotta in "The Practice" in 1976. Played Liz Fuller in "Fantasy Island" in 1977. Played Maureen Buell in "The Love Boat" in 1977. Played Evelyn Albert in "Rosetti and Ryan" in 1977. Played Claudia Carroll in "The Eddie Capra Mysteries" in 1978. Played Joyce in "Superdome" in 1978. Played Mrs. Tempest Stoner in "Up in Smoke" in 1978. Played Edie Marks in "Trapper John, M.D." in 1979. Played Joanne Huston in "Mrs. Columbo" in 1979. Played Leslie Sargent in "Racquet" in 1979. Played Chandler in "A Man Called Sloane" in 1979. Played Flora Cato in "The Seekers" in 1979. Played Connie Burton in "Fast Friends" in 1979. Played Darlene in "Bosom Buddies" in 1980. Played Francine Sherman in "Make Me an Offer" in 1980. Played Mrs. Kennedy in "Portrait of an Escort" in 1980. Played Rita Beater in "The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood" in 1980. Played Tessie in "A Cry for Love" in 1980. Played Carolyn in "Boxoffice" in 1982. Played Hazel in "Shooting Stars" in 1983. Played Kaye Sheppard in "Murder, She Wrote" in 1984. Played Mae West in "Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter" in 1984. Played herself in "American Masters" in 1985. Played Edie in "Designing Women" in 1986. Played Flo in "Adventures Beyond Belief" in 1987. Played herself in "Biography" in 1987. Played Senior Club Member in "Jake Spanner, Private Eye" in 1989. Played herself in "Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There" in 2003. Played herself in "The Desilu Story" in 2003. Played Herself - Memorial Tribute in "15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards" in 2009.