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Also Known As: Died: February 13, 1975
Born: November 24, 1896 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Lithuania Profession: actor

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Dark-haired vamp who made a handful of films in the mid-1920s, including "A Sainted Devil" (with Rudolph Valentino), "Story Without a Name", "Red Lights", "The Common Law", "Virtuous Liar" and "The Price of a Party". The daughter of famed composer and pianist Leopold Godowsky, Dagmar was an outspoken member of society, penning an hilariously blunt autobiography, "First Person Plural", in 1958.

Dark-haired vamp who made a handful of films in the mid-1920s, including "A Sainted Devil" (with Rudolph Valentino), "Story Without a Name", "Red Lights", "The Common Law", "Virtuous Liar" and "The Price of a Party". The daughter of famed composer and pianist Leopold Godowsky, Dagmar was an outspoken member of society, penning an hilariously blunt autobiography, "First Person Plural", in 1958.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 In Borrowed Plumes (1926) Clarice
3.
 The Lost Chord (1925) Pauline Zara
4.
 Camille of the Barbary Coast (1925) Sonia Ivanoria
5.
 Meddling Women (1924) Madeline
6.
 Virtuous Liars (1924) Juanita
7.
 The Story Without a Name (1924) Claire
8.
 Playthings of Desire (1924) RenĂ©e Grant
9.
 The Price of a Party (1924) Evelyn Dolores
10.
 Roulette (1924) Rita
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companion:
Frank Mayo. Actor. 1921-1928.

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father:
Leopold Godowsky. Pianist, composer.
brother:
Leopold Godowsky Jr.

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"First Person Plural" Viking

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