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Also Known As: Laura Augusta Gainor Died: September 14, 1984
Born: October 6, 1906 Cause of Death: pneumonia
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Profession: Cast ... actor usher painter bookkeeper
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A petite, wholesome screen star, Janet Gaynor hit it big just as silent films were coming to an end and continued as one of the screen's most popular stars of the 1930s. Gaynor got her start in films through her sister, a secretary for Hal Roach. In 1925-26, she appeared in a number of shorts (including several Glenn Tryon Westerns) and as an extra in features. Her first break was a supporting role in "The Johnstown Flood" (1926), which began her long association with Fox.

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