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Grace Stafford was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Stafford began her career with roles in the Paul Muni drama "Dr. Socrates" (1935), "Anthony Adverse" (1936) with Fredric March and "I Married a Doctor" (1936). Stafford began to focus on film after appearing in the comedy "Blondie Brings Up Baby" (1939) with Penny Singleton, the Edward G Robinson spy thriller "Confessions of a Nazi Spy" (1939) and the Ann Sheridan action film "Indianapolis Speedway" (1939). She also appeared in "The Man Who Dared" (1939) and "Affectionately Yours" (1941). Later in her career, Stafford acted in the comedy adventure "Doc Savage, The Man of Bronze" (1975) with Ron Ely. Stafford passed away in March 1992 at the age of 89.
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