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Norma MacMillan is a Actor Canadienne born on 15 september 1921 at Vancouver (Canada)

Norma MacMillan

Norma MacMillan
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Nationality Canada
Birth 15 september 1921 at Vancouver (Canada)
Death 16 march 2001 (at 79 years) at Vancouver (Canada)

Norma MacMillan (September 15, 1921 – March 16, 2001) was a Canadian voice actress, best known for voicing numerous animation and claymation children's characters, including Casper the Friendly Ghost on The New Casper Cartoon Show, Gumby on The Gumby Show and Davey on Davey and Goliath.


MacMillan was the mother of Stefan Arngrim (born December 23, 1955), who played Barry Lockridge on Land of the Giants, and Alison Arngrim (born January 18, 1962), who played Nellie Oleson on Little House on the Prairie. MacMillan died in March 2001, aged 79.

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Filmography of Norma MacMillan (6 films)

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Head Over Heels, 1h26
Directed by Mark Waters
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Themes La mode, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Monica Potter, Freddie Prinze, Jr., Shalom Harlow, Ivana Miličević, Brendan Beiser, Tomiko Fraser Hines
Roles Gladys
Rating54% 2.702392.702392.702392.702392.70239
Amanda Pierce (Monica Potter), a New York paintings conservator working at The Met, has very bad judgment in men which is proven when she walks in on her boyfriend cheating on her with a supermodel. Amanda begins looking for a new apartment and finds one with four struggling models, Jade (Shalom Harlow), Roxana (Ivana Miličević), Candi (Sarah O'Hare), and Holly (Tomiko Fraser). When Amanda discovers that Jim Winston (Freddie Prinze, Jr.), the guy she likes, lives in the apartment across from hers she starts spying on him to try to find his flaw. One night Amanda sees Jim kill a woman, Megan O'Brien (Tanja Reichert), and by the time the police arrive they don't believe Amanda because she is the only witness, and the evidence is gone. Annoyed about the police's lack of effort to find out what has really happened, Amanda and her new friends investigate on their own. When Amanda finds out about what she thinks is Jim's involvement with Megan's death, she confronts him. Amanda's judgment turns out to be wrong and Jim's (who turns out to be undercover cop, Bob Smoot, who was trying to gain Halloran's (Jay Brazeau) trust by staging his partner Megan's death) cover is blown. Amanda discovers that Jim is investigating Halloran, a Russian man who has been smuggling in money and who Amanda has been privately restoring a painting for. Later, Jim, Amanda and her roommates get captured but later escape when Roxana seduces their Russian guard and with the help of the models realize what Halloran was really doing, smuggling diamonds. Amanda, Jim (now Bob Smoot), and the models go to a fashion runway and take down Strukov. They are all awarded special commendations for meritorious service from the FBI. After the cops take care of things Jim asks Amanda if they can start over, but she refuses and Jim leaves. At the end Amanda and Jim (going by his real name Bob) "meet" again and the movie ends when Bob takes Amanda up to his new apartment and shows her the view, which turns out to be of Amanda and the models' apartment. Lisa and the models are jumping around happily while Bob and Amanda laugh. They kiss and close the curtains to his apartment window.
Big Bully
Big Bully (1996)
, 1h31
Directed by Steve Miner
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Buddy films
Actors Rick Moranis, Tom Arnold, Carol Kane, Julianne Phillips, Jeffrey Tambor, Curtis Armstrong
Roles Mrs. Rumpert
Rating47% 2.351562.351562.351562.351562.35156
Growing up in Hastings, Minnesota, young David Leary (Justin Jon Ross) was constantly bullied by Roscoe Bigger (Michael Zwiener), nicknamed "Fang" because of a pointed tooth. David is ecstatic when his parents announce they're moving to Oakland. Before leaving, David informs teachers about Fang stealing a moon rock being shown at their school. As the Learys leave town, Fang is arrested.
Big Business, 1h37
Directed by Jim Abrahams
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Films about families, Feminist films, Political films, Films based on plays, Films based on works by William Shakespeare, Buddy films
Actors Bette Midler, Lily Tomlin, Fred Ward, Barry Primus, Michele Placido, Seth Green
Roles Nanny Lewis
Rating63% 3.199823.199823.199823.199823.19982
Sometime in the late 1940s, wealthy businessman Hunt Shelton and his heavily pregnant wife get lost in the middle of West Virginia looking for some friends' summer house when Mrs. Shelton goes into labor. They end up going to the Jupiter Hollow Hospital but the doctor will not check them in because it is exclusively for employees of Hollowmade, the local furniture maker. Mr. Shelton buys the company on the spot. The Ratliffs, an impoverished couple, arrive moments later with Mrs. Ratliff also in labor. Both women give birth to twin girls. The doctor tends both births at the same time, and the elderly nurse gets confused and mixes the babies. Mr. Ratliff overhears the Sheltons deciding to name their daughters Rose and Sadie, and suggests the same names to his wife.
Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry, 1h35
Directed by George Schaefer
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Romance
Actors Katharine Hepburn, Harold Gould, Bibi Besch, Denholm Elliott, Brenda Forbes, Charles Frank
Roles Miss Fry
Rating66% 3.336253.336253.336253.336253.33625
Margaret Delafield, a rich elderly lady and widow of Spaulding 'Spud' Delafield (an unseen character),is rushed to hospital. She is not expected to survive, and her two sons and daughter gathering at her bedside are more concerned with their expected inheritance. Her doctor, Dr Marvin Elias, encourages her to fight. Margaret makes a full recovery and returns home to a welcome party for family and friends.
Alice of Wonderland in Paris, 52minutes
Directed by Gene Deitch
Origin USA
Genres Fantasy, Animation
Themes Films based on Alice in Wonderland, Children's films
Actors Norma MacMillan, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris, Allen Swift, Lionel Girard Wilson
Roles Alice (voice)
Rating49% 2.494882.494882.494882.494882.49488
Young Alice, having become a celebrity for her adventures in Wonderland, is in her bedroom dreaming about visiting Paris and sharing adventures with the storybook girl Madeline. While no comment is made as to where this Alice comes from or what time the film is set in, Alice seems to be American, as she likes Cheese Burgers and is having a great deal of trouble when it comes to getting to France. As Alice points out, “Getting to Wonderland was easy – all I had to do was fall down the rabbit hole. But let’s face it – it takes money to get to Paris!”.