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Tallulah Brockman Bankhead was an American actor who was regarded as one of the most famous actors of the 20th century. Well-known for her husky voice, his unique style, and full of energy, she had worked on nearly 300 episodes, films, television and radio. She had prominent theater productions he paid for such as 'Know What They Wanted' and 'Little Foxes'. She was instrumental in making Noël Coward's 'National Lives' hit the high note, taking it on tour and then on Broadway. She had a short but successful career in radio, and was recognized for his hard work in Alfred Hitchcock's film 'Lifeboat'. She has appeared in a classic TV series featuring 'Ford Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Show' and 'Batman', in which she played the villain. Although Bankhead was notorious for its drunkenness, drug addiction, and disgraceful sex, it was known for its generosity and generosity. She supported orphans and helped several families to escape the Spanish Civil War and World War II. She was inducted into the American Theater Fame of Fame in 1972 and the Alabama Women Hall of Fame in 1981.