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Also Known As: Sally Blaine, Elizabeth Jane Young Died: August 27, 1997
Born: July 11, 1910 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Salida, Colorado, USA Profession: actor

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Sally Blane got her start in the world of acting at the ripe age of 17. Blane's earliest roles were in film, including "Casey at the Bat" (1927), "King Cowboy" (1928) and "Her Summer Hero" (1928). She also appeared in "Fools For Luck" (1928), "Tanned Legs" (1929) and "Half Marriage" (1929). She kept working in film throughout the thirties, starring in "Spirit of Notre Dame" (1931), the drama "Ten Cents a Dance" (1931) with Barbara Stanwyck and "The Star Witness" (1931). She also appeared in "The Phantom Express" (1932) with J Farrell MacDonald. Film continued to be her passion as she played roles in "City Limits" (1934), the Buster Crabbe drama "She Had to Choose" (1934) and "The Silver Streak" (1934). She also appeared in "Angel's Holiday" (1937) and "One Mile From Heaven" (1937). Blane more recently appeared in "On Trial" (NBC, 1955-56). Blane's husband was Norman Foster and Blane had two children. Blane passed away in August 1997 at the age of 87.

Sally Blane got her start in the world of acting at the ripe age of 17. Blane's earliest roles were in film, including "Casey at the Bat" (1927), "King Cowboy" (1928) and "Her Summer Hero" (1928). She also appeared in "Fools For Luck" (1928), "Tanned Legs" (1929) and "Half Marriage" (1929). She kept working in film throughout the thirties, starring in "Spirit of Notre Dame" (1931), the drama "Ten Cents a Dance" (1931) with Barbara Stanwyck and "The Star Witness" (1931). She also appeared in "The Phantom Express" (1932) with J Farrell MacDonald. Film continued to be her passion as she played roles in "City Limits" (1934), the Buster Crabbe drama "She Had to Choose" (1934) and "The Silver Streak" (1934). She also appeared in "Angel's Holiday" (1937) and "One Mile From Heaven" (1937). Blane more recently appeared in "On Trial" (NBC, 1955-56). Blane's husband was Norman Foster and Blane had two children. Blane passed away in August 1997 at the age of 87.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 A Bullet for Joey (1955) Marie
2.
 Fighting Mad (1939) Ann Fenwick
3.
 Charlie Chan at Treasure Island (1939) Stella Essex
4.
 The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939) Gertrude Hubbard
5.
 Way Down South (1939) Claire Bouton
6.
 Crashing Through Danger (1938) Ann Foster
7.
 Numbered Woman (1938) Linda Morgan
8.
 The Great Hospital Mystery (1937) Ann Smith
9.
 Angel's Holiday (1937) Pauline Kaye
10.
 One Mile from Heaven (1937) Barbara Harrison
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1917:
Screen debut in "Sirens of the Sea"
1927:
Appeared in "Casey at the Bat" with Wallace Beery
1932:
Performed in the Western "Wild Horse Mesa"
1939:
Co-starred in "The Story of Alexander Graham Bell" with sister Loretta Young and Dom Ameche
1954:
Came out of retirement to appear in "A Bullet for Joey"
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husband:
Norman Foster. Actor, director. Born 1900; died 1976; formerly married to Claudette Colbert.

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sister:
Polly Ann Young. Actor. Older; pre-deceased her.
sister:
Loretta Young. Actor. Younger; survived her.
sister:
Georgiana Young. Half-sister, younger; married to actor Ricardo Montalban; survived her.
brother:
John Lindley. Survived her; died on December 2, 1997.
son:
Robert Foster. Survived her.
daughter:
Gretchen Foster Cotta. Survived her.
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