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Also Known As: Adalyn Doyle, Eve March Died:
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Eve March was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. March started off her career in film with roles in "How Green Was My Valley" (1941), the Simone Simon drama "The Curse of the Cat People" (1944) and "Danny Boy" (1945). March began to focus on film after appearing in the Mickey Rooney sports drama "Killer McCoy" (1947), "Canon City" (1948) and the comedy "Adam's Rib" (1949) with Spencer Tracy. She also appeared in "The Wild One" (1953) with Marlon Brando. Later in her career, March acted in the dramatic adaptation "The Last Hurrah" (1958) with Spencer Tracy. March passed away in September 1974 at the age of 64.

Eve March was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. March started off her career in film with roles in "How Green Was My Valley" (1941), the Simone Simon drama "The Curse of the Cat People" (1944) and "Danny Boy" (1945). March began to focus on film after appearing in the Mickey Rooney sports drama "Killer McCoy" (1947), "Canon City" (1948) and the comedy "Adam's Rib" (1949) with Spencer Tracy. She also appeared in "The Wild One" (1953) with Marlon Brando. Later in her career, March acted in the dramatic adaptation "The Last Hurrah" (1958) with Spencer Tracy. March passed away in September 1974 at the age of 64.

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 The Last Hurrah (1958) Neighbor woman
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 The Wild One (1954) Dorothy
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 The Sun Shines Bright (1953) Mallie Cramp
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 Rio Grande (1950) Schoolteacher
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 Adam's Rib (1949) Grace
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 Streets of San Francisco (1949) Mrs. Joyce Quinn
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 Joan of Arc (1948) Peasant
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 Canon City (1948) Mrs. Bauer
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 Killer McCoy (1947) Mrs. Martin
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