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Beatrice Blinn made her mark in the world of entertainment when she acted in "Golden Boy" (1939) with Barbara Stanwyck. In 1929, she made her screen debut in "Grass Skirts." In 1939, she appeared in "Flying G-Men." In 1944, she had her final screen role in the Three Stooges short, "Pick a Peck of Plumbers." Blinn was married to Crane Wilbur.

Beatrice Blinn made her mark in the world of entertainment when she acted in "Golden Boy" (1939) with Barbara Stanwyck. In 1929, she made her screen debut in "Grass Skirts." In 1939, she appeared in "Flying G-Men." In 1944, she had her final screen role in the Three Stooges short, "Pick a Peck of Plumbers." Blinn was married to Crane Wilbur.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Convicted Woman (1940) May
2.
 Cafe Hostess (1939) Daisy
3.
 North of Shanghai (1939) Girl
4.
 My Son Is Guilty (1939) Telephone girl
5.
 Scandal Sheet (1939) Secretary
6.
 Golden Boy (1939) Anna
7.
 When G-Men Step In (1938) Brunette secretary
8.
 Women in Prison (1938) Prisoner
9.
 There's That Woman Again (1938) Reardon's secretary
10.
 The Lady Objects (1938) Student
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