Wyman was also among the many screen and stage artists who crowded into Hollywood Canteen (1944) and the Cole Porter biopic, Night And Day (1945). It was in 1945 that Wyman broke through into stardom with leading roles in dramas such as The Lost Weekend (1945), The Yearling (1946), for which she was Oscar-nominated as Best Actress, and Johnny Belinda (1948), this time winning an Oscar. She was married (1940-48) to Ronald Reagan and both were among many who made guest appearances in It’s A Great Feeling (1949), as did their daughter, Maureen Reagan. Wyman’s 50s films included Here Comes The Groom (1951, with Bing Crosby), Starlift (1951, which had guest appearances by many Warner Bros. players), Just For You (1952, again co-starring with Crosby) and All That Heaven Allows (1955). Her film career dwindled in the early 60s but she remained in the public eye owing to television appearances, notably in the series Falcon Crest (1981).