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Ruth Etting

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Also Known As: Died: September 24, 1978
Born: November 23, 1907 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: David City, Nebraska, USA Profession: singer, radio performer, actor

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Ruth Etting boasts musical talents that have been featured in a variety of Hollywood productions. Etting was also credited in "Shy People" (1987) with Jill Clayburgh, the Laura Dern dramedy "Rambling Rose" (1991) and "Water for Elephants" (2011). Etting began her career with roles in "Roman Scandals" (1933) and the musical comedy "Hips, Hips, Hooray!" (1934) with Bert Wheeler. Etting's music was most recently featured in the Emma Stone dramatic comedy "Magic in the Moonlight" (2014). Etting was married to Martin Snyder. Etting passed away in September 1978 at the age of 71.

Ruth Etting boasts musical talents that have been featured in a variety of Hollywood productions. Etting was also credited in "Shy People" (1987) with Jill Clayburgh, the Laura Dern dramedy "Rambling Rose" (1991) and "Water for Elephants" (2011). Etting began her career with roles in "Roman Scandals" (1933) and the musical comedy "Hips, Hips, Hooray!" (1934) with Bert Wheeler. Etting's music was most recently featured in the Emma Stone dramatic comedy "Magic in the Moonlight" (2014). Etting was married to Martin Snyder. Etting passed away in September 1978 at the age of 71.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Hips, Hips, Hooray! (1934) Ruth Etting
2.
 Hell Bent for Love (1934) Cigarette girl
3.
 Gift of Gab (1934) Ruth
4.
 Mr. Broadway (1933) At the "Paradise"
5.
 Roman Scandals (1933) Olga
6.
 No Contest! (1934)
7.
 The Song of Fame (1934)
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 Artistic Temper (1932)
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husband:
Martin Snyder. Mobster, manager. Married July 17, 1922; divorced November 30, 1937.
husband:
Myrl Alderman. Pianist. Married December 14, 1938; was shot two months earlier by Martin Snyder.

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