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Muriel Angelus (1909–2004)


The memories are vague when it comes to recalling this London-born leading lady, but Muriel Angelus did have her moments. She managed to appear in a few classic Broadway musical shows and Hollywood films before her early retirement in the mid-1940s. Of Scottish parentage, the former Muriel Findlay developed a sweet-voiced soprano at an early age. ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Great McGinty
The Great McGinty Catherine McGinty
(1940)
The Light That Failed
(1939)
Night Birds
Night Birds Dolly Mooreland
(1930)
Red Aces
Red Aces Ena Burslem
(1930)

Filmography

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 1940 The Great McGinty
Catherine McGinty
 1940 Safari
Fay Thorne
 1940 The Way of All Flesh
Mary Brown
 1935 So You Won't Talk
Katrina
 1932 Don't Be a Dummy
Lady Diana Summers
 1932 Blind Spot
Marilyn Janney
 1932 Detective Lloyd
Sybil Craig
 1931 Let's Love and Laugh
The Bride Who Was
 1930 Red Aces
Ena Burslem
 1930 Night Birds
Dolly Mooreland
 1930 No Exit
Ann Ansell
 1930 Eve's Fall (Short)
Eve Warren
 1929 Mascottchen
Annie, Draftswoman
 1928 The Infamous Lady
The Girl
 1928 Sailors Don't Care
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Played and sang the role of Adriana in the original Broadway production of "The Boys from Syracuse", in 1938.

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Height:

5' 6" (1.68 m)
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Trivia:

Rodgers and Hart's classic song "Falling In Love With Love," was introduced by Muriel in the 1938 Broadway production of "The Boys From Syracuse." Much later in the 1960s she recorded her signature song along with husband/conductor Paul Lavalle in a "Tribute to Rodgers & Hammerstein." See more »

Star Sign:

Pisces

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