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Also Known As: Died: October 9, 1972
Born: October 18, 1902 Cause of Death: coronary attack
Birth Place: Bainbridge, Georgia, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1921:
Debut as chorus girl in "The Music Box Revue"
1923:
Switched to acting
1930:
Signed with Paramount
1930:
Made film acting debut in a leading role in Paramount's "Fast and Loose"
1935:
Was affiliated with Samuel Goldwyn Productions for a number of films in the mid-1930s
1935:
Received Best Actress Oscar nomination for her portrayal of "Becky Sharp"
1936:
First film with director William Wyler, "These Three"
1939:
Joined Warner Bros.; made a film opposite rival Bette Davis, "The Old Maid"
1943:
Last film for six years, "Old Acquaintance", opposite Davis
:
Worked primarily on the stage during the 1940s, playing leading roles on Broadway, off-Broadway and on tour
1949:
Returned to film to play her first supporting role, in William Wyler's "The Heiress"
1962:
Last film with Wyler, "The Children's Hour", a remake of "These Three"
1966:
Last film, "The Chase"

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