Saturday, April 4, 2015

Marie Windsor ~ Mt. Pleasant Roots ~ Great Great Granddaughter of Andrew and Marie Johansen Syndergaard

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Marie Windsor
 From Denmark Great Great Grandmother Ane Katrine Larsen (Syndergaard) came to Mt. Pleasant bringing her children: Peter J. Syndergaard Andrew J Syndergaard Ingeborg Syndergaard (Frandsen) Elsie Marie Syndergaard (Ericksen) Ane Marie Syndergaard (Jensen)(another daughter) came in a later year with her children great-great greandmother Ane Katrine Syndergaard buried Mt. Pleasant great Grandparents Andrew J. Syndergaard & Marie Johansen buried Mt. Pleasant Grandparent- Annie Marie Syndergaard (Long) Born Mt. Pleasant 1881 Parent: Etta Marie Long Bertelsen-Born in Mt. Pleasant 1901 Emily Marie Bertelsen Born Marysvale, Ut 1919 (Marie Windsor) Marie married Jack Rodney Hupp 1954

Researched by Tudy Barentsen Standlee


The following comes from Wikipedia 


Born Emily Marie Bertelsen

December 11, 1919

Marysvale, Utah, U.S.

Died December 10, 2000 (aged 80)

Beverly Hills, California, U.S.

Resting place Marysvale, Utah


Years active1941–1991

Spouse(s)Ted Steele (1946) annulled

1 stepson

Jack Hupp (1954–2000, her death)

1 child

Children Chris (stepson)

Richard Rodney Hupp (b. 1963

Windsor, unofficially appointed "Miss Utah of 1939" by the Chamber of Commerce of Marysvale, Utah,[ 3] trained for the stage under Maria Ouspenskaya. After working for several years as a telephone operator, a stage and radio actress, and a bit and extra player in films, she began playing feature and lead parts in 1947.[4]

The 5'9" actress's first memorable role was opposite John Garfield in Force of Evil playing seductress Edna Tucker. Windsor also co-starred with Randolph Scott in his 1954 western The Bounty Hunter. She had large roles in film noirs, including The Sniper, The Narrow Margin, City That Never Sleeps, and Stanley Kubrick's heist movie,The Killing, playing Elisha Cook Jr.'s scheming wife. She also made a foray into science fiction with the 1953 release of Cat-Women of the Moon.

Later Windsor moved to television. She appeared in 1954 as the bandit Belle Starr in the premiere episode of the syndicated westernseries Stories of the Century, starring and narrated by Jim Davis. She appeared on such programs as Maverick (in the episodes "The Quick and the Dead" with James Garner and "Epitaph for a Gambler" with Jack Kelly), Bat Masterson (in "The Fighter") opposite Gene Barry, four episodes of Perry Mason starringRaymond Burr, including the role of murderer Helen Reed in "The Case of the Wednesday Woman," two episodes of Bourbon Street Beat starring Andrew Duggan, The Incredible Hulk, Rawhide"Incident on the Edge of Madness" and "Incident of the Painted Lady", General Hospital, Salem's Lot, and Murder, She Wrote.

In 1962, Windsor played Ann Jesse, a woman dying in childbirth, in the episode "The Wanted Man" of the ABC/Warner Brotherswestern series, Lawman, starring John Russell as Marshal Dan Troop. Her wanted husband, Frank (Dick Foran), orders their son, Ben (Jan Stine) to turn him in to Marshal Dan Troop in order to collect the $5,000 reward and have the funds to rear his surviving infant brother. Meanwhile, Troop counters Joe Street (Alan Baxter), a bounty hunter seeking the same reward.[5]

Windsor was among the 500 stars nominated for selection as one of the 50 greatest American screen legends, as part of the American Film Institute's 100 years.

Windsor was politically conservative, a member of the Screen Actors Guild, and supportive of the Motion Picture and Television Fund.[6]


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Jump up^ "Marie Windsor" on the Piute County, Utah website

Jump up^ Katz, Ephraim. The Film Encyclopedia.(New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Publishers) 1242.

Jump up^ ""The Wanted Man", April 8, 1962".Internet Movie Database. Retrieved June 14, 2013.

Jump up^ Bergan, Ronald (January 23, 2001). "Obituary: Marie Windsor".The Guardian (London).

Jump up^ Bergan, Ronald (January 23, 2001). "Marie Windsor, glamorous actress famed for bad-girl roles" (Web). London: The Guardian. Retrieved 2009-06-06.

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Oderman, Stuart, Talking to the Piano Player 2. BearManor Media, 2009. ISBN 1-59393-320-7.

All American Co-Ed (1941)

Playmates (1941)

Eyes in the Night(1942)

The Big Street(1942)

Smart Alecks(1942)

The Lady or the Tiger? (1942)

Call Out the Marines (1942)

Four Jacks and a Jill (1942)

Three Hearts for Julia (1943)

Chatterbox (1943)

Follow the Leader(1944)

I Love My Wife, But! (1947)

The Unfinished Dance (1947)

Song of the Thin Man (1947)

The Hucksters(1947)

The Romance of Rosy Ridge (1947)

Living in a Big Way (1947)

Force of Evil(1948)

The Three Musketeers (1948)

The Pirate (1948)

On an Island with You (1948)

The Fighting Kentuckian (1949)

Hellfire (1949)

The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend


Outpost in Morocco (1949)

Double Deal(1950)

Frenchie (1950)

The Showdown(1950)

Dakota Lil (1950)

Two Dollar Bettor(1951)

Hurricane Island(1951)

Little Big Horn(1951)

The Jungle(1952)

The Sniper(1952)

The Narrow Margin (1952)

Outlaw Women(1952)

Japanese War Bride (1952)

The Eddie Cantor Story (1953)

Cat-Women of the Moon (1953)

City That Never Sleeps (1953)

So This Is Love(1953)

Trouble Along the Way (1953)

The Tall Texan(1953)

The Bounty Hunter (1954)

Hell's Half Acre(1954)

Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy


The Silver Star(1955)

Swamp Women(1955)

No Man's Woman(1955)

Two-Gun Lady(1956)

The Killing (1956)

The Story of Mankind (1957)

The Parson and the Outlaw (1957)

The Girl in Black Stockings (1957)

The Unholy Wife(1957)

Island Woman(1958)

Day of the Bad Man (1958)

Paradise Alley(1962)

Critic's Choice(1963)

The Day Mars Invaded Earth(1963)

Bedtime Story(1964)

Mail Order Bride(1964)

Chamber of Horrors (1966)

The Good Guys and the Bad Guys(1969)

Support Your Local Gunfighter(1971)

One More Train to Rob (1971)

The Outfit (1973)

Cahill U.S. Marshal (1973)

Hearts of the West(1975)

Freaky Friday(1976)

Lovely But Deadly(1981)

Commando Squad(1987)



The Public Defender, as Melody Scanlon in "The Ring" (1954)

Stories of the Century, as Belle Starr in the series premiere episode (1954)

The Californians as Dolly Dawson in "The Regulators" (1957)

Bat Masterson, as saloon owner Polly Landers in the episode "The Fighter" (1958)
Perry Mason, in the episode "The Case of the Daring Decoy" (1958)

Yancy Derringer, in episode 03, "Ticket to Natchez" (1958)

Rawhide, in the episode "Incident on the Edge of Madness" (1959) and in "Incident of the Painted Lady" (1961)

The Alaskans, as Maria Julien in the episode "Winter Song" (1959)

Bourbon Street Beat as Veda Troup in "The 10% Blues" and Mara in "Teresa" (both 1960)

The Rebel, as Emma Longdon in "Glory" (1960)

Perry Mason, in the episode "The Case of the Madcap Modiste" (1960)

Lassie (TV Series) as Mimi in "Little Cabbage" S 7: Ep 12 11/27/60

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