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Also Known As: Virginia Sale-Wren Died: August 23, 1992
Born: May 20, 1899 Cause of Death: heart failure
Birth Place: Illinois, USA Profession: actor, writer

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Virginia Sale was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in her acting career, Sale landed roles in various films, including "Below the Deadline" (1929), "Back Pay" (1930) and "Lovin' the Ladies" (1930). She also appeared in the drama "Showgirl in Hollywood" (1930) with Alice White, the dramatic adventure "Moby Dick" (1930) with John Barrymore and "Gold Dust Gertie" (1931). She continued to act in productions like "Those We Love" (1932), "Oliver Twist" (1933) and "The Iron Master" (1933). She also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "The Man With Two Faces" (1934) with Edward G Robinson. Toward the end of her career, she continued to act in "Miss Polly" (1941), the Shirley Temple Black romance "Miss Annie Rooney" (1942) and "The Big Shot" (1942). She also appeared in "Dark Mountain" (1944) and the Randolph Scott western "Badman's Territory" (1946). Sale more recently acted in the Victor Buono adventurous drama "Big Daddy" (1969). Sale's husband was Sam Wren and Sale had two children. Sale passed away in August 1992 at the age of 93.

Virginia Sale was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in her acting career, Sale landed roles in various films, including "Below the Deadline" (1929), "Back Pay" (1930) and "Lovin' the Ladies" (1930). She also appeared in the drama "Showgirl in Hollywood" (1930) with Alice White, the dramatic adventure "Moby Dick" (1930) with John Barrymore and "Gold Dust Gertie" (1931). She continued to act in productions like "Those We Love" (1932), "Oliver Twist" (1933) and "The Iron Master" (1933). She also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "The Man With Two Faces" (1934) with Edward G Robinson. Toward the end of her career, she continued to act in "Miss Polly" (1941), the Shirley Temple Black romance "Miss Annie Rooney" (1942) and "The Big Shot" (1942). She also appeared in "Dark Mountain" (1944) and the Randolph Scott western "Badman's Territory" (1946). Sale more recently acted in the Victor Buono adventurous drama "Big Daddy" (1969). Sale's husband was Sam Wren and Sale had two children. Sale passed away in August 1992 at the age of 93.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Big Daddy (1969)
3.
 One Man's Way (1964) Miss Collingswood
4.
 The Case of the Baby Sitter (1947) Veronica
5.
 Trail Street (1947) Hannah Weeks
6.
 The Hat-box Mystery (1947) Veronica Hooper
7.
 So Goes My Love (1946) Miss Wright
8.
 Badman's Territory (1946) Meg
9.
 Night and Day (1946) Minister's wife
10.
 Out of This World (1945) A spinster
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husband:
Sam Wren. Actor, director. Co-starred with Sales-Wren in early TV family sitcom "Wren's Nest"; died in 1962.

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son:
Christopher Wren. Survived her.
daughter:
Virginia Wren. Survived her.

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