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Eleanore Vogel

Eleanore Vogel

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Also Known As: Eleanor Vogel Died:
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TLS ( 2006-05-03 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

b. August 1, 1897 Atlanta, GA,
d. June 26, 1973 Hollywood, CA.
A Broadway actress, Vogel teamed with Frankie Mack and together they became a very successful black-face team on stage and in films. Vogel, along with actress Jane Crowley, became known as “John Ford’s Rosebud Sisters" - though they were not related. Discovered by, he used them in every picture he filmed for 25 years, sometimes as a pair, sometimes only one of them was used. Both women were middle-aged, dark haired and of similar build. Vogel was often overlooked for film parts due to her heavy Southern accent.

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