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Doris Dawson (1909–1986)

Doris Dawson was born on April 16, 1909 in Goldfield, Nevada, USA. She was an actress, known for The Beauty Spot (1930), Heart Trouble (1928) and The Royal Four-Flusher (1930). She died on April 20, 1986 in Coral Gables, Florida, USA. See full bio »
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Known For

The Beauty Spot
Heart Trouble
Heart Trouble The Girl
The Royal Four-Flusher
French Fried
French Fried Actress


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 1934 The Silver Streak
 1930 The Royal Four-Flusher (Short)
The Maiden
 1930 The Beauty Spot (Short)
 1929 Broadway Scandals
 1929 The Man and the Moment
Bit Part (uncredited)
 1929 Hot Stuff
 1929 Children of the Ritz
Margie Haines
 1929 Seven Footprints to Satan
Satan's Chosen One (uncredited)
 1928 Naughty Baby
 1928 The Little Wildcat
 1928 Do Your Duty
Mary Ellen Maloney
 1928/I Heart Trouble
The Girl
 1928 Just the Type (Short)
 1927 Swiss Movements (Short)
 1927 Gold from Weepah
Elsie Blaine
 1927 The Arizona Wildcat
 1927 French Fried (Short)
 1927 Dead Easy (Short)

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5' 1" (1.55 m)

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Minor brunette starlet of the 1920's with First National, a WAMPAS Baby Star of 1929. Failed to make the transition to sound as her voice was considered to be 'grating'.

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