Muir." Her big-screen credits included "The Best of Everything" in 1959 with Joan Crawford, "The Young Lions" in 1958 with Marlon Brando and "Peyton Place" with Lana Turner.
More recently, she was in 1986's "Blue Velvet" and 1994's "Clear and Present Danger." Actor Don Murray, who was married to Lange for several years in the 1950s, said Lange combined good looks and acting prowess.
Lange split her time between homes in Los Angeles' Westwood section and New York City, said Hollerith, a former theatrical producer and vice president of the Actors' Fund of America.
Lange starred in dozens of films and television shows and captured two Emmy awards in 19, both for lead actress in a comedy series for her role in "The Ghost and Mrs.
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"I guess she felt competition because Hope was a young beauty." Lange is survived by her husband, a son, actor Christopher Murray, a daughter, Patricia Murray, and two grandchildren.
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"She was considered a great beauty who was also a serious and dedicated actor who didn't pay attention to being glamorous," Murray said.