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Doris Deane (1900–1974)

Doris Deane was born on January 20, 1900 in Wisconsin, USA as Doris Anita Dibble. She was an actress, known for His First Car (1924), Stupid, But Brave (1924) and Dynamite Doggie (1925). She was married to Elmer S. Hartz and Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle. She died on March 24, 1974 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

His First Car
His First Car 1st Camping Wife
Stupid, But Brave
Stupid, But Brave The Peeling Daughter
Dynamite Doggie
Dynamite Doggie Actress
Lovemania Actress


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 1950 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
- The Citadel (1950)
 1931 Marriage Rows (Short)
 1925 The Iron Mule (Short)
 1925 Dynamite Doggie (Short)
 1925 Seven Chances
2nd Chance: Girl Proposed to on Golf Course (uncredited)
 1924 Lovemania (Short)
 1924 Stupid, But Brave (Short)
The Peeling Daughter
 1924 Never Again (Short)
 1924 His First Car (Short)
1st Camping Wife
 1924 Sherlock Jr.
Girl Who Loses Dollar Outside Cinema (uncredited)
 1923 Easter Bonnets (Short)
 1922 The Half Breed
Nanette (as Dorris Deane)
 1921 The Shark Master
June Marstoon (as Dorris Deane)
 1919 His Vampy Ways (Short)
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 1925 Screen Snapshots, Series 6, No. 2 (Documentary short)
Herself (as Mrs. Fatty Arbuckle)
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 1970 4 Clowns (uncredited)

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Alternate Names:

Mrs. Fatty Arbuckle | Dorris Deane

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She and her second husband, businessman Elmer Hartz, were sued by their bank for possession of an automobile they were using as collateral for a loan. The suit was filed November 7, 1932. See more »

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