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Also Known As: Marie Elliott, Judith Rutherford Died: October 5, 1996
Born: January 28, 1911 Cause of Death: heart failure
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: actor, model, minister

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Dionysus in '69 (1970)
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 Train to Tombstone (1950) Belle
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 Again Pioneers (1950) Mrs. Barnes
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 Phantom Raiders (1940)
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 Framed (1940) Gwen Porter
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 Sky Murder (1940) "Ruffles" Macklin
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 The Women (1939) Corset model
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 Four Girls in White (1939) Nurse
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 Tough Kid (1938) Ruth Lane
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1911:
Began career as a model
1933:
Acted in "This Day and Age"; known throughout Hollywood as Cecil B DeMille's new star
1934:
Performed in "The Witching Hour" and "The Old-Fashion Way" with W C Fields and Baby LeRoy
1934:
Acted in "Bright Eyes" with Shirley Temple
1935:
Appeared in "Thundering Herd" with Randolph Scott; mother also appeared in a scene with Buster Crabbe
1937:
Co-starred in "Boots and Saddles" with Gene Autrey
1940:
Last film "Framed"
1972:
Went into a deep depression and suffered a nervous breakdown after mothers death
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Moved to Yucca Valley, CA
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Joined The Sanctuary of Light, CA become an ordained minister
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husband:
Jack Doyle. Boxer. Divorced.
husband:
Gus Sonnemberg. Wrestler. Divorced.
husband:
Hy Wynn. Jeweler. Divorced.

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