Still living 1930's Stars?

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Re: Still living 1930's Stars?

PostSun May 05, 2013 8:51 pm

Nova Pilbeam (93) Hitchcock's Young and Innocent
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Re: Still living 1930's Stars?

PostSat May 11, 2013 2:30 pm

Valentina Cortese(born 1923) just makes it with a 1940 appearance in an Italian film, 1940 actually being th e tenth year of the decade of the 1930s.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentina_Cortese" target="_blank
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Re: Still living 1930's Stars?

PostSun May 12, 2013 2:29 am

Fay McKenzie: Actress who made her debut in 1918.

Mildred Kornman: Was mostly uncredited in Our Gang. Later became a model called Ricki VanDusen.

Lassie Lou Ahern: Also in Our Gang. Recently deceased Peggy Ahern's little sister.

Elena Verdugo: Was possibly in Cavalier of the West (1931) as an uncredited girl.

Peggy Lynch/Margaret Kerry: Was in Our Gang in the 30's. She was the model for Disney's Tinkerbell,

Annie Ross: Singer who also appeared in Our Gang.

Shep Houghton: Was uncredited in almost all his films. Started in silents.

Ruth Terry: Actress who began in 1937.

Leonard Landy: Was also in Our Gang.

Abbe Lane: Was in Toyland Casino (1938).

Bob Hastings:
Don Hasting's older brother was also in Toyland Casin (1938).

Clyde Willson:
Was only in 4 movies in total; one of them was in 1939.

Gale Sherwood: Played Betty in the 1939 movie They Shall Have Music.

Anne Triola: Was an accordian player in the 1939 short Snow Follies.
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Re: Still living 1930's Stars?

PostSun May 12, 2013 4:16 pm

Nick wrote:Anne Triola: Was an accordian player in the 1939 short Snow Follies.


Wow, didn't know she was still alive, wish I had some contact info for her. I have an unknown 1948 kinescope of a TV show she did with El Brendel.
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Re: Still living 1930's Stars?

PostSun May 12, 2013 7:43 pm

June Lockhart 88 years old was in A Christmas Carol (1938)
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Re: Still living 1930's Stars?

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Re: Still living 1930's Stars?

PostFri Jul 24, 2015 2:04 pm

UPDATE: More than two years later, we've lost an incredible amount of stars that were mentioned here. :(

Shirley Temple
Mickey Rooney
Deanna Durbin
Luise Rainer
Joan Fontaine
Nova Pilbeam
Carla Laemmle
Dickie Jones
Herb Jeffries
Arthur Gardner
Mary Anderson
Mickey Moore
Alicia Rhett
Marianne Edwards
Jackie Lynn Taylor
Marta Eggerth
Movita Castaneda
Mary Healy
Margaret Pellegrini
Ruth Duccini
Layne Tom Jr
Philip Hurlic
Bill Kerr
Bob Hastings
Pauline Wagner
George Bookasta
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Re: Still living 1930's Stars?

PostSun Jul 26, 2015 6:41 am

I'm going to shudder when we start losing more 1960s stars!


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