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Kathryn Carver (I) (1899–1947)

Kathryn Carver was born on August 24, 1899 in New York City, New York, USA as Catherine Drum. She was an actress, known for Service for Ladies (1927), His Private Life (1928) and Serenade (1927). She was married to Paul Vincent Hall, Adolphe Menjou and Ira L. Hill. She died on July 17, 1947 in Elmhurst, Long Island, New York. See full bio »

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Service for Ladies
Service for Ladies Elizabeth Foster
His Private Life
His Private Life Eleanor Trent
Serenade Gretchen
When Love Grows Cold
When Love Grows Cold Gloria Trevor


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 1929 No Defense
Lois Harper
 1928 His Private Life
Eleanor Trent
 1928 Outcast
 1927 Serenade
 1927 Service for Ladies
Elizabeth Foster
 1927 Beware of Widows
Ruth Chadwick
 1926 When Love Grows Cold
Gloria Trevor (as Kathryn Hill)
 1926 The Yankee Señor
Doris Mayne (as Kathryn Hill)
 1925 The Wanderer
Naomi (as Kathryn Hill)

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Catherine Drum | Kathryn Hill

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Silent screen actress, initially billed as Kathryn Hill. Her main claim to fame was being married to actor Adolphe Menjou from 1928 to 1934 and co-starring in two of his films ("Service For Ladies" (1927) and "His Private Life" (1928)).

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