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Rosemary Ames (1906–1988)

Rosemary Ames was born on December 11, 1906 in Evanston, Illinois, USA. She was an actress, known for Our Little Girl (1935), Pursued (1934) and I Believed in You (1934). She was married to Abner J. Stillwell, Bertie Alexander Meyer and E. Ogden Ketting. She died on April 15, 1988 in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, USA. See full bio »

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Our Little Girl
Our Little Girl Elsa Middleton
Pursued Mona
I Believed in You
I Believed in You True Merrill
Love on the Spot
Love on the Spot Joan Prior


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 1935 Our Little Girl
Elsa Middleton
 1935 The Great Hotel Murder
Eleanor Blake
 1935 One More Spring
Miss Weber, Sheridan's Secretary
 1934 Pursued
 1934 Such Women Are Dangerous
Helen Hallock
 1934 I Believed in You
True Merrill
 1933 Mr. Quincey of Monte Carlo
Norma McLeod
 1932 Love on the Spot
Joan Prior

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She acted in Austin Strong's play, "Three Wise Fools," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Thomas W. Ross and Edward Emery in the cast. See more »


5' 6" (1.68 m)

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Blonde leading lady of the 1930's, a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She was launched by Fox as a potential star for the film I Believed in You (1934). However, despite the fanfare, the film flopped at the box office and Rosemary was dropped by the studio after her contract expired. She left films thereafter. See more »

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