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Betty Mae Crane (1917–1983)

Identical twin sisters, Betty Mae Crane and Beverly Crane, were born on Wednesday, April 11th, 1917, in west north-western capital city of Salt Lake City, Utah. Betty Mae is credited to being in fifteen films and identical twin, Beverly is also in the same fifteen films. Bonus fact: Beverly was in two more films than Bety Mae. The 15 films, both ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 66) in Conyers, Georgia, USA

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Known For

All Girl Revue
All Girl Revue Dance Act
(1940)
Teacher's Pet
Teacher's Pet Talking titles
(1930)
High C's
High C's Talking Title
(1930)
School's Out
School's Out Talking Titles
(1930)

Filmography

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 1940 All Girl Revue (Short)
Dance Act (as Bettymae Crane)
 1934 Girl O' My Dreams
Nip and Tuck Twin (uncredited)
 1934 Moulin Rouge
Apache Dance Twin (uncredited)
 1932 The Beast of the City
Helen - Fitzpatrick Twin (uncredited)
 1931 Love Fever (Short)
Introductory Titles Annoucer (uncredited)
 1931 Love Business (Short)
Talking Titles (uncredited)
 1931 Blood and Thunder (Short)
Introductory Titles (uncredited)
 1930 High C's (Short)
Talking Title
 1930 Another Fine Mess (Short)
Talking Titles (uncredited)
 1930 School's Out (Short)
Talking Titles
 1930 Looser Than Loose (Short)
Spoken Introductory Credits (uncredited)
 1930 Bigger and Better (Short)
Introductory Titles (uncredited)
 1930 Teacher's Pet (Short)
Talking titles
 1930 Dollar Dizzy (Short)
Spoken Introductory Titles (uncredited)
 1930 Doctor's Orders (Short)
Introductory Titles Speaker (uncredited)
 1930 King of Jazz
Bridesmaid ('Bridal Veil')
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Bettymae Crane
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Trivia:

Twin sister of Beverly Crane who died in 2007. They appeared together in many 'Hal Roach' comedy shorts starring Laurel & Hardy and The Little Rascals. They also appeared together in musical films.

Star Sign:

Aries

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