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Helen Wood worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Wood's film career can be credited to debut roles in "My Marriage" (1935) and "Can This Be Dixie?" (1936). Wood then began to rack up a number of film credits including roles in "Charlie Chan at the Race Track" (1936), "Crack-Up" (1936) and "Give a Girl a Break" (1953) with Marge Champion. She also appeared in the musical comedy "The Night They Raided Minsky's" (1968) with Jason Robards. More recently, Wood produced the David DeLuise comedy "BachelorMan" (2004).

Helen Wood worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Wood's film career can be credited to debut roles in "My Marriage" (1935) and "Can This Be Dixie?" (1936). Wood then began to rack up a number of film credits including roles in "Charlie Chan at the Race Track" (1936), "Crack-Up" (1936) and "Give a Girl a Break" (1953) with Marge Champion. She also appeared in the musical comedy "The Night They Raided Minsky's" (1968) with Jason Robards. More recently, Wood produced the David DeLuise comedy "BachelorMan" (2004).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Night They Raided Minsky's (1968) The Minsky Girls
2.
 Give a Girl a Break (1954) Joanna Moss
3.
 The Pilgrimage Play (1949) Mary Mother
4.
 Almost a Gentleman (1939) Shirley Haddon
5.
 Sorority House (1939) Mme. President
6.
 Can This Be Dixie? (1937) Virginia Peachtree
7.
 Crack-Up (1937) Ruth Franklin
8.
 Charlie Chan at the Race Track (1936) Alice Fenton
9.
 High Tension (1936) Brenda Burke
10.
 Champagne Charlie (1936) Linda Craig
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