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She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in So Proudly We Hail! Her husbands included Chaplin, Burgess Meredith, and Erich Maria Remarque.Goddard was the daughter of Joseph Russell Levy (1881–1954), the son of a prosperous Jewish cigar manufacturer from Salt Lake City, and her mother Alta Mae Goddard (1887–1983), who was of Episcopalian English heritage.In 1932, she signed her first film contract with producer Samuel Goldwyn to appear as a Goldwyn Girl in The Kid from Spain.However, Goldwyn and she did not get along, and she began working for Hal Roach, appearing in a string of uncredited supporting roles for the next four years.In The Diary of a Chambermaid (1946), she starred opposite Burgess Meredith, to whom she was married at the time. De Mille cast her in three blockbusters: North West Mounted Police (1940), Reap the Wild Wind (1942), and Unconquered (1947).During the Hollywood Blacklist, when she and blacklisted husband Meredith were mobbed by a baying crowd screaming "Communists!Briefly, I think she is dynamite that will explode in our very faces if she is given the part." Selznick remained interested in Goddard, and after he had been introduced to Vivien Leigh, he wrote to his wife that Leigh was a "dark horse" and that his choice had "narrowed down to Paulette, Jean Arthur, Joan Bennett, and Vivien Leigh".
According to Goddard, her father left them, but according to J. In a December 17, 1945, article written by Oliver Jensen in Life, Goddard admitted to having lost the case and being forced to pay her father a week." on their way to a premiere, Goddard is said to have turned to her husband and said, "Shall I roll down the window and hit them with my diamonds, Bugsy?" In 1947, she made An Ideal Husband in Britain for Alexander Korda, and was accompanied on a publicity trip to Brussels by Clarissa Spencer-Churchill, niece of Sir Winston Churchill and future wife of future Prime Minister Anthony Eden.One of her best-remembered film appearances was in the variety musical Star Spangled Rhythm (1943), in which she sang a comic number, "A Sweater, a Sarong, and a Peekaboo Bang", with Dorothy Lamour and Veronica Lake.She received one Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress, for the 1943 film So Proudly We Hail! Her most successful film was Kitty (1945), in which she played the title role.