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Jane Austen
   wrote   
Mansfield Park
Jayne Mansfield
   is the stage name of   
Jayne Palmer
Mansfield Town
   play at   
Field Mill
Mansfield Town
   football club is known as   
The Stags
Jayne Mansfield
   died in   
1967 aged 34 in a Car Accident
actress and sex symbol American
Jayne Mansfield
   has the epitaph   
"We Live to Love You More Each Day"
Fairview Cemetery; Plainfield, Pennsylvania
Kiss Them For Me
   the femme fatale was   
Jayne Mansfield
Starred opposite Cary Grant in this film
Katherine Mansfield
   is known as a   
Writer
1888-1923. Was a prominent NZ modernist writer of short fiction.
Jane Austen
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Mansfield Park (1999)
Based on the 1814 book
Patricia Rozema
   directed   
Mansfield Park (1999)
Mansfield Park (1999)
   starred   
Hannah Taylor-Gordon, Tayla Gordon and Lindsay Duncan
Director: Patricia Rozema. Also starred Bruce Byron, James Purefoy & Sheila Gish
Mansfield Park (1999)
   has the tagline   
Jane Austen's Wicked Comedy
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (1958)
   starred   
Kenneth More, Jayne Mansfield and Henry Hull
Director: Raoul Walsh. Also starred Bruce Cabot, Ronald Squire & William Campbell. Plot: A proper English gentleman, traveling in the American West, inadvertently stops an Indian attack on the stagecoach in which he is a passenger...
Jayne Mansfield
   was considered for the role of   
Judy in Rebel Without a Cause (1955)
Natalie Wood got the part
Mansfield Motorsports Park
   is in   
Mansfield, Ohio
0.500-mile oval
Katherine Mansfield
   said   
"Whenever I Prepare for a Journey I Prepare As Though for Death. Should I Never Return, All is in Order"
Prominent New Zealand modernist writer of short fiction
Mansfield
   is found at   
Cadwell Park
Arabella Mansfield
   was/were the first   
Woman Lawyer to Graduate from Law School
1869
Paul Lauterbur and Sir Peter Mansfield
   won for work on   
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
2003
Songs From The West Coast
   features   
Mansfield
2001
Fanny Price
   is in   
Mansfield Park
Fanny’s mother married a sailor, whereas her two sisters married well. Fanny is taken in by her aunt, Lady Bertram. She is treated as the “poor relation”. She is a very correct, and good, girl.
Lady Bertram
   is in   
Mansfield Park
Fanny’s aunt. She is wealthy and somewhat idle.
Mary Crawford
   is in   
Mansfield Park
Beautiful but devious. Befriends Fanny. Edmund (who Fanny is in love with) is captivated by Mary and almost proposes to her.
Henry Crawford
   is in   
Mansfield Park
Mary’s brother A womaniser.
Edmund Bertram
   is in   
Mansfield Park
Second son of Lord and Lady Bertram. Destined to become a clergyman. Is besotted by Mary Crawford – sees sense in the end!
Maria Bertram
   is in   
Mansfield Park
Selfish elder sister to Edmund Bertram. Marries Mr Rushworth.
Mr Rushworth
   is in   
Mansfield Park
Marries Maria Bertram/
Mrs Norris
   is in   
Mansfield Park
Fanny’s aunt (sister to her mother and to Lady Bertram). Loses no opportunity in making Fanny feel how poor she is, and how much she should be grateful for being allowed to stay with them.
Julia Bertram
   is in   
Mansfield Park
Youngest, and rather silly, Bertram girl. Elopes with Yates.
Dog Eat Dog (1964)
   starred   
Jayne Mansfield, Cameron Mitchell and Ivor Salter
Director: Richard E. Cunha & Gustav Gavrin. Also starred Siegfried Lowitz, Elisabeth Flickenschildt & Isa Miranda. Plot: Three thieves rip off a shipment of used money being sent back to the US. As they are escaping the robbery (after having taken a hostage), they wind up on an island in a hotel with an apparently crazed manager and a building full of demented residents.
Grable, Loren, Mansfield, Russell, Van Doren
   are all   
Female Sex Symbols of the 1940’s & 1950’s
Vermont
   the highest point is   
Mt. Mansfield, 4,393 Feet
Carousel Magic
   is found at   
Mansfield, OH
Hand-carved Carousel Horses






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