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PHOTOS: Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Jones dies at 90

A publicity image originally released by 20th Century Fox shows Jennifer Jones in the 1943 movie “The Song of Bernadette,” for which she won an Academy Award as best actress. (20th Century Fox / Associated Press)
Jennifer Jones is shown in Hollywood in 1943.  (Associated Press)
Best actor Paul Lukas (“Watch on the Rhine”), left, actress Jennifer Jones (“The Song of Bernadette”), supporting actress Katina Paxinou (“For Whom the Bell Tolls”) and supporting actor Charles Coburn (“The More the Merrier”) pose backstage with their statues. (Copyright Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences)
U.S. soldiers in eight theaters of operations around the world were polled to name their screen favorites. At ceremonies at Walter Reed hospital in Washington on June 11, 1945, the stars gathered to accept their Gl Oscars. Left to right, seated: are Rita Hayworth, “Glamour Girl”; Jennifer Jones, “Best actress”; Josephine Houston, soloist at ceremonies. Standing from left are Leo McCarey, “Best director”; Eddie Bracken, “Best comedian”; Milton Berle, master of ceremonies at program; Maj. Gen. Norman T. Kirk, who presented the awards; and Bing Crosby “Best actor.” (Associated Press)
Jennifer Jones and Gregory Peck co-star in David O. Selznick’s “Duel in the Sun” in 1946. ()
Jennifer Jones cuts her birthday cake at a party in New York on March 3, 1948, as producer David O. Selznick watches. (Wide World Photos)
Actress Jennifer Jones in 1949, the year she married David O. Selznick on a yacht off the Italian Riviera. (Associated Press)
Robert Walker, left, Jennifer Jones, David O. Selznick and Shirley Temple pose on a movie set in 1949. (Wide World Photos)
Jennifer Jones meets with Cpl. William Rokus of Mildred, Pa., and other patients while visiting the 4th Field Hospital at Taegu, Korea, on June 9, 1951, during the Korean War(Associated Press)
Jennifer Jones, Tab Hunter and singer-actress Peggy Lee present their trophies at the Audience Awards poll in Hollywood, on Dec. 6, 1955. Jones won in the best performance category for her role in “Love Is a Many Splendored Thing.” Hunter was named promising new male personality; and Lee was named promising new actress. (Associated Press)
Jones starred with William Holden in the 1955 film “Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing.” (20th Century Fox / Associated Press)
Jennifer Jones again paired with Gregory Peck ic in “The Man In the Gray Flannel Suit,” in 1956. (20th Century Fox)
Multimillionaire industrialist and art collector Norton Simon, right, and Jennifer Jones arrive back in Los Angeles on June 1, 1971, after getting married in Europe. (George Brich / Associated Press)
The Oscar winner accepts a lifetime achievement honor, the Golden Award, in Berlin. Jones has died of natural causes at her Malibu home. (Hans Edinger / Associated Press)