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November 18, 2018

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Tully Marshall (born William Phillips) was an American character actor, first of the stage, then of films. His screen career spanned the years 1914 to 1943.

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Tully Marshall (born William Phillips) was an American character actor, first of the stage, then of films.

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Tully Marshall (born William Phillips) was an American character actor, first of the stage, then of films. His screen career spanned the years 1914 to 1943.

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Mary Carlisle (born Gwendolyn Witter) was an American screen actress, singer, and dancer, her film career spanning the years 1923 to 1943. She died at age 104 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California on 1 August 2018.

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Mary Carlisle (born Gwendolyn Witter) was an American actress, singer, and dancer. Her film career spanned the years 1923 to 1943. She died at age 104 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California on 1 August 2018.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Anita Page (August 4, 1910 – September 6, 2008) was an American film actress who reached stardom in the last years of the silent film era. She became a highly popular young star, reportedly receiving the most fan mail of anyone on the MGM lot. Page was referred to as "a blond, blue-eyed Latin" and "the girl with the most beautiful face in Hollywood" in the 1920s. She retired from acting in 1936 at the age of 23. In a 2004 interview with author Scott Feinberg, Page claimed that her refusal to meet demands for sexual favors by MGM head of production Irving Thalberg, supported by studio chief Louis B. Mayer, is what truly ended her career. She said that Mayer colluded with the other studio bosses to ban her and other uncooperative actresses from finding work. Page returned to acting sixty years later in 1996, and appeared in four films in the 2000s. She died in September 2008 at the age of 98.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rafaela Ottiano (4 March 1888 – 18 August 1942)  was an Italian-born American stage and film actress. Born in Venice, Italy, she emigrated with her parents to the United States, and was processed at Ellis Island in 1910. Ottiano established herself as a stage actress in Europe before arriving in Hollywood in 1924 and appearing in American motion pictures. Ottiano's first film was in the John L. McCutcheon-directed drama The Law and the Lady (1924) opposite actors Len Leo, Alice Lake, and Tyrone Power, Sr. Ottiano was part of the original 1928 Broadway cast of the Mae West hit play Diamond Lil and reprised her role as Rita when the play was made into a film as She Done Him Wrong (1933), directed by Lowell Sherman. Throughout the 1930s, Rafaela Ottiano would often specialize in roles as sinister, maleveolent, or spiteful women, such as her role in the Tod Browning-directed horror film The Devil-Doll (1936), opposite Lionel Barrymore and Maureen O'Sullivan. Other notable film roles for Ottiano include Lena in As You Desire Me (1932) with Greta Garbo, Melvyn Douglas, Erich von Stroheim, Owen Moore, and Hedda Hopper, "Mrs. Higgins" in the Shirley Temple musical-comedy Curly Top (1935), as a matron in the crime-drama Riffraff (1936), starring Jean Harlow and Spencer Tracy, and as "Suzette", Greta Garbo's devoted maid in the Edmund Goulding-directed drama Grand Hotel (1932). When Grand Hotel was turned into a Broadway Musical in 1989, her character was renamed Rafaela Ottiano in honor of the actress. Ottiano's last film was the musical comedy I Married an Angel (1942), starring Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald. During her career in film, she appeared in approximately 45 motion pictures, opposite such actors as Barbara Stanwyck, Conrad Nagel, Peter Lorre, Zasu Pitts, and Katharine Hepburn. Ottiano lived in the Times Square area during the Prohibition Era and never married. She died in 1942 in East Boston, Massachusetts of intestinal cancer at the age of 54. Description above from the Wikipedia article Rafaela Ottiano, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lloyd Francis Bacon (December 4, 1889 – November 15, 1955) was an American screen, stage and vaudeville actor and film director. As a director he made films in virtually all genres, including westerns, musicals, comedies, gangster films, and crime dramas. He was one of the directors at Warner Bros. in the 1930s who helped give that studio its reputation for gritty, fast-paced films.

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{"name"=>"Comedy", "id"=>35}
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["en"]
a plot_keywords

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{"name"=>"popeye", "id"=>190804}
a also_known_as

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["Carlton Miller"]
a place_of_birth

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Wichita County, Texas, USA

a translations

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en-US

u also_known_as

Original Value

["Alphonz Ethier"]

Value

["Alphonz Ethier", "Альфонсе Этье"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Альфонсе Этье", "Alphonz Ethier"]

Value

["Alphonz Ethier"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Альфонсе Этье"]

Value

["Альфонсе Этье", "Alphonz Ethier"]
a place_of_birth

Value

Virginia City, Nevada, USA

en-US u biography

Original Value

Allan Lane (born Harry Leonard Albershardt or Albershart) was an American stage, screen, and television actor billed as Allan "Rocky" Lane following his Red Ryder starring roles in a series of mid-1940s Western films. Lane from 1961 to 1966 provided the voice of talking horse Mr. Ed in the 1958-1966 Mr. Ed comedic television series.

Value

Allan Lane (born Harry Leonard Albershardt or Albershart) was an American stage, screen, and television actor who was billed as Allan "Rocky" Lane following his Red Ryder starring roles in a series of mid-1940s Western films. Lane from 1961 to 1966 provided the voice of talking horse Mr. Ed in the 1958-1966 Mr. Ed comedic television series.

en-US u biography

Original Value

Allan Lane (born Harry Leonard Albershart) was an American stage, screen, and television actor billed as Allan "Rocky" Lane following his Red Ryder starring roles in a series of mid-1940s Western films. Lane from 1961 to 1966 provided the voice of talking horse Mr. Ed in the 1958-1966 Mr. Ed comedic television series.

Value

Allan Lane (born Harry Leonard Albershardt or Albershart) was an American stage, screen, and television actor billed as Allan "Rocky" Lane following his Red Ryder starring roles in a series of mid-1940s Western films. Lane from 1961 to 1966 provided the voice of talking horse Mr. Ed in the 1958-1966 Mr. Ed comedic television series.

u also_known_as

Original Value

["Harry Leonard Albershardt", "Harry Leonard Albershart", "Allan \"Rocky\" Lane", "Allan 'Rocky' Lane"]

Value

["Harry Leonard Albershardt", "Harry Leonard Albershart", "Allan \"Rocky\" Lane", "Allan 'Rocky' Lane", "Rocky Lane"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Harry Leonard Albershardt", "Harry Leonard Albershart", "Allan \"Rocky\" Lane"]

Value

["Harry Leonard Albershardt", "Harry Leonard Albershart", "Allan \"Rocky\" Lane", "Allan 'Rocky' Lane"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Harry Leonard Albershardt", "Harry Leonard Albershart"]

Value

["Harry Leonard Albershardt", "Harry Leonard Albershart", "Allan \"Rocky\" Lane"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Allan \"Rocky\" Lane", "Harry Leonard Albershardt", "Harry Leonard Albershart"]

Value

["Harry Leonard Albershardt", "Harry Leonard Albershart"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Allan \"Rocky\" Lane", "Harry Leonard Albershardt"]

Value

["Allan \"Rocky\" Lane", "Harry Leonard Albershardt", "Harry Leonard Albershart"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Allan \"Rocky\" Lane"]

Value

["Allan \"Rocky\" Lane", "Harry Leonard Albershardt"]
en-US u biography

Original Value

Born:Harry Leonard Albershart Was billed as Allan "Rocky" Lane for his starring roles as Red Ryder

Value

Allan Lane (born Harry Leonard Albershart) was an American stage, screen, and television actor billed as Allan "Rocky" Lane following his Red Ryder starring roles in a series of mid-1940s Western films. Lane from 1961 to 1966 provided the voice of talking horse Mr. Ed in the 1958-1966 Mr. Ed comedic television series.

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u place_of_birth

Original Value

Stettin, Poland

Value

Stettin, Pomerania, Germany [now Szczecin, Zachodniopomorskie, Poland]

u also_known_as

Original Value

["Frederick Grinham Keen", "Frederic Kerr"]

Value

["Frederick Grinham Keen", "Frederic Kerr", "Fred Kerr"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Fred Kerr", "Frederick Grinham Keen", "Frederic Kerr"]

Value

["Frederick Grinham Keen", "Frederic Kerr"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Fred Kerr", "Frederick Grinham Keen"]

Value

["Fred Kerr", "Frederick Grinham Keen", "Frederic Kerr"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Frederic Kerr", "Fred Kerr", "Frederick Grinham Keen"]

Value

["Fred Kerr", "Frederick Grinham Keen"]
en-US u biography

Original Value

Frederick Kerr (born Frederick Grinham Keen) was an English stage and screen actor who performed in plays and movies both in the UK and America, his film career beginning in 1916. He is perhaps best remembered as the old Baron Frankenstein in Frankenstein (1931).

Value

Frederick Kerr (born Frederick Grinham Keen) was an English stage and screen actor who performed in plays and movies both in the UK and America, his film career beginning in 1916. He is best remembered for his portrayal of the old Baron Frankenstein in Frankenstein (1931).

en-US u biography

Original Value

Frederick Kerr was an English stage and screen actor who performed in plays and movies both in the UK and America, his film career beginning in 1916. He is perhaps best remembered as the old Baron Frankenstein in Frankenstein (1931).

Value

Frederick Kerr (born Frederick Grinham Keen) was an English stage and screen actor who performed in plays and movies both in the UK and America, his film career beginning in 1916. He is perhaps best remembered as the old Baron Frankenstein in Frankenstein (1931).

u also_known_as

Original Value

["Frederick Grinham Kerr", "Frederic Kerr", "Fred Kerr", "Frederick Grinham Keen"]

Value

["Frederic Kerr", "Fred Kerr", "Frederick Grinham Keen"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Frederick Grinham Kerr", "Frederic Kerr", "Fred Kerr"]

Value

["Frederick Grinham Kerr", "Frederic Kerr", "Fred Kerr", "Frederick Grinham Keen"]
en-US u biography

Original Value

Frederick Kerr was an English stage and screen actor who performed in plays and movies both in the UK and Hollywood, his film career beginning in 1916. He is perhaps best remembered as the old Baron Frankenstein in Frankenstein (1931).

Value

Frederick Kerr was an English stage and screen actor who performed in plays and movies both in the UK and America, his film career beginning in 1916. He is perhaps best remembered as the old Baron Frankenstein in Frankenstein (1931).

en-US u biography

Original Value

Frederick Kerr was an English stage and screen actor who performed in movies both in the UK and Hollywood, his film career beginning in 1916. He is perhaps best remembered as the old Baron Frankenstein in Frankenstein (1931).

Value

Frederick Kerr was an English stage and screen actor who performed in plays and movies both in the UK and Hollywood, his film career beginning in 1916. He is perhaps best remembered as the old Baron Frankenstein in Frankenstein (1931).

u also_known_as

Original Value

["Frederick Grinham Kerr", "Frederic Kerr"]

Value

["Frederick Grinham Kerr", "Frederic Kerr", "Fred Kerr"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Fred Kerr", "Frederick Grinham Kerr", "Frederic Kerr"]

Value

["Frederick Grinham Kerr", "Frederic Kerr"]
u also_known_as

Original Value

["Fred Kerr", "Frederick Grinham Kerr"]

Value

["Fred Kerr", "Frederick Grinham Kerr", "Frederic Kerr"]

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