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Arletta Duncan (1914–1985)

Arletta Duncan was born on December 31, 1914 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. She was an actress, known for Fast Companions (1932), Back Street (1932) and Mile a Minute Love (1937). She died on October 28, 1985 in Santa Ana, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Fast Companions
Fast Companions Girlfriend
Back Street
Back Street Beth Saxel - Walter's Daughter
Mile a Minute Love
Mile a Minute Love Wynne Drexel
Damaged Goods
Damaged Goods Henrietta Allen Dupont


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 1937 Damaged Goods
Henrietta Allen Dupont
 1937 Mile a Minute Love
Wynne Drexel
 1935 Teacher's Beau (Short)
Miss Jones
 1934/I Menace
Gloria Chalmers
 1934 Unknown Blonde
Judith Rodie
 1933 The Gallant Fool
Alecia Russo
 1932 The Fighting Champ
Jean Mullins
 1932 Back Street
Beth Saxel - Walter's Daughter
 1932 Fast Companions
 1932 Night World
Cigarette Girl
 1931 Frankenstein
Bridesmaid (uncredited)
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 1980 Rascal Dazzle
Miss Jones, the teacher

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5' 1" (1.55 m)

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Daughter of professional actor. Educated in New Orleans and later privately tutored at Universal City School. Subsequently signed by Universal to appear as Mae Clarke's bridesmaid in Frankenstein (1931). See more »

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