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||November 24, 1961
||December 24, 1892
||Cause of Death:
||New York City, New York, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Achieved notable Broadway starring triumph in "Daddy Long Legs"
Enjoyed notable comeback in William Wyler's "Dodsworth"
Left Paramount and moved to Warner Brothers/First National; last film at Paramount, "Tomorrow and Tomorrow"
Made Broadway acting debut
Popularity slipped; left films for a brief period after completing "Journal of a Crime", her last of six films at Warners/First National
Film acting debut in "Sins of the Fathers"; immediately became one of Paramount Studios' most popular stars
Made last two films, "The Rat" and "A Royal Divorce", in Great Britain
Stage career dipped slightly in the late 1920s
Began career as a stage actress in stock
Broadway writing debut, "Monsieur Brotonneau"