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Also Known As: Died: September 6, 2008
Born: August 4, 1910 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Flushing, New York Profession: Cast ...
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1925:
Film debut as extra, "A Kiss for Cinderella"
1926:
Had a small role in "Love 'Em and Leave 'Em"
1927:
Signed with MGM Studios
1928:
First MGM film, "Telling the World"
1928:
First film with Joan Crawford, "Our Dancing Daughters"
1929:
Cast opposite Ramon Novarro in "The Flying Fleet"
1929:
First talkie, "Broadway Melody" (the first sound film to win an Academy Award for Best Picture)
1929:
Second collaboration with Crawford, "Our Modern Maidens"
1930:
Final film starring opposite Joan Crawford, "Our Blushing Brides"
1930:
First teamed with Buster Keaton in "Free and Easy"
1931:
Portrayed Clark Gable's first on screen love interest in "The Easiest Way"
1931:
Second collaboration with Keaton, "Sidewalks of New York"
1932:
Offered one of her finest roles was as the prostitute, Jenny LeGrand, in the pre-Code movie, "Skyscraper Souls"
1933:
Announced her retirement from acting at age 26
1936:
Made final film (in the UK), "Hitchhike to Heaven"
1995:
Returned to the screen after sixty years retirement with a cameo in the straight-to-video "Sunset After Dark"
2000:
Appeared in the horror feature, "Witchcraft XI: Sister's in Blood"
2004:
Played a socialite in "Bob's Night Out" (filmed in 1997)
2008:
Final film appearance, "Frankenstein Rising"

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