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Hellcats Of... Ronald and Nancy Reagan's first and only feature film together!Dramatic World... more info $14.99was $14.99 Buy Now

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Crash Landing... "Nancy Davis (aka Mrs. Ronald Reagan) made her last feature film appearance in... more info $20.99was $20.99 Buy Now

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Born: July 6, 1921 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Appeared on stage after graduating from college; played featured role in "Lute Song" on Broadway
1949:
Signed by MGM
1949:
Landed first notable film roles in "The Doctor and the Girl" and "East Side, West Side"
1956:
Made several appearances on CBS series "G.E. True Theater"
1957:
Played opposite Ronald Reagan in "Hellcats of the Navy"
1958:
Made final film acting appearance in "Crash Landing"; retired from films
1967:
Became First Lady of California
1980:
Served as First Lady of the United States after Reagan was inaugurated as President
1981:
Co-authored her first book <i>Nancy</i>
1982:
Launched the "Just Say No" drug awareness campaign
1995:
Turned down offer from director Albert Brooks to star in his feature "Mother"
2000:
Published fourth book <i>I Love You, Ronnie</i>
2002:
Gave a rare, in-depth interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer about her life with Ronald Reagan and his battle with Alzheimer's Disease
2005:
Honored at a gala dinner at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C.
2008:
Hosted two Republican Presidential Candidates Debates at the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA

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