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Valerie Bergere (1875–1938)

Valerie Bergere was born on February 2, 1875 in Metz, Lorraine, Germany. She was an actress, known for It's Love I'm After (1937), The Wild Girl (1917) and Pure Feud (1934). She was married to Herbert Warren. She died on September 16, 1938 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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It's Love I'm After
It's Love I'm After Joyce's Maid
The Wild Girl
The Wild Girl Undetermined Role
Pure Feud
Pure Feud Ma McCarthy
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 1937 It's Love I'm After
Joyce's Maid
 1937 The Singing Marine
Chinese Madame in Stage Show (uncredited)
 1937 Meet the Missus
Mrs. North-West (uncredited)
 1934 Pure Feud (Short)
Ma McCarthy
 1932 Absent Minded Abner (Short)
 1917 The Wild Girl
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 1935 Harry Horlick and His Gypsies (Short)
Herself / Singer
 1929 Harry Horlick and His Famous A & P Gypsies (Short)
Herself - Vocalist

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Stage Play: Congai. Written by Harry Hervey [only Broadway credit] and Carleton Hildreth, based on the novel by Harry Hervey. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. Sam H. Harris Theatre: 27 Nov 1928- Mar 1929 (closing date unknown/135 performances). Cast: M. Aki, Valerie Bergere, William Boren, Maurice Burke, Alan Campbell, Blanche Collins, Frank ... See more »

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