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Nancy Drexel (1910–1989)

Nancy Drexel was born on April 6, 1910 in New York City, New York, USA as Dorothy Kitchen. She was an actress, known for Mason of the Mounted (1932), Partners (1932) and Texas Buddies (1932). She was married to Thomas H. Ince Jr.. She died on November 19, 1989 in San Juan Capistrano, California, USA. See full bio »

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Mason of the Mounted
Mason of the Mounted Marion Kirby
Partners Jean Morgan
Texas Buddies
Texas Buddies June Collins
Fangs of the Wild
Fangs of the Wild Blossom Williams


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 1932 Texas Buddies
June Collins
 1932 Speed Madness
Joan Harlan
 1932 Mason of the Mounted
Marion Kirby
 1932 Law of the West
Sally Tracy
 1932 Partners
Jean Morgan
 1932 Ridin' for Justice
Helen (uncredited)
 1930 The Shrimp (Short)
 1930 Paper Hanging with Johnny Arthur (Short)
Johnny's Wife
 1928 Forget Me Not (Short)
The Adopted Orphan
 1928 Riley the Cop
Mary Coronelli
 1928 Prep and Pep
Dorothy Marsh
 1928 4 Devils
 1928 The Bantam Cowboy
Nan Briggs (as Dorothy Kitchen)
 1928 The Escape
Jennie Joyce
 1928 Breed of the Sunsets
The Spanish Girl
 1928 The Riding Renegade
Janet Reynolds
 1928 Fangs of the Wild
Blossom Williams
 1928 So This Is Sapp Center? (Short) (as Dorothy Kitchen)
 1927 Hot Stuff (Short) (as Dorothy Kitchen)
 1927 The Horse Trader (Short)
Mary Gardner (as Dorothy Kitchen)
 1927 The Rest Cure (Short) (as Dorothy Kitchen)
 1927 The Pride of Piperock (Short)
Susie Harper (as Dorothy Kitchen)
 1927 Birthday Greetings (Short)
The Daughter (as Dorothy Kitchen)
 1927 The Broncho Twister
Daisy Mason (as Dorothy Kitchen)
 1927 Too Much Progress for Piperock (Short) (as Dorothy Kitchen)
 1926 Barely Reasonable (Short) (as Dorothy Kitchen)
 1926 A Man's Size Pet (Short)
Susie Harper (as Dorothy Kitchen)
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Dorothy Kitchen

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Brunette silent screen actress and tap/ballet dancer, the daughter of a fireman. On the New York variety stage since childhood, she came to Hollywood by virtue of winning a beauty contest in 1925. As an expert horsewoman, she was immediately signed by Universal to appear in two-reel western comedies. For the remainder of the 1920s, she continued to appear primarily in horse operas (with ... See more »

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