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Mary Eaton (I) (1901–1948)

Born in January, 1901, Mary Eaton was one of 'The Seven Little Eatons' famous in the '20s and '30s. In fact, she received the greatest fame of her fellow performing brothers Joseph Eaton and Charles Eaton and sisters Pearl Eaton and Doris Eaton. Sister Evelyn was a stage manager and brother Robert was never lured into the business. The star of ... See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1942 We'll Smile Again
Continuity Girl (uncredited)
 1929 A Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic (Short)
Mary Eaton
 1929 The Cocoanuts
Polly
 1928 Two Masters (Short)
 1923 His Children's Children
Mercedes
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 1929 Glorifying the American Girl (performer: "There Must Be Somebody Waiting for Me" (1929), "No Foolin'" (1926), "Baby Face" (1926), "I'll Be There" (1929), "Sam, the Old Accordion Man" (1927), "Hot Feet" (1929) - uncredited)
 1929 The Cocoanuts (performer: "WHEN MY DREAMS COME TRUE" (1929), "MONKEY-DOODLE-DO0" (1925) - uncredited)
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 1924 Broadway After Dark
Herself, Cameo Appearance
 1924 Screen Snapshots, Series 4, No. 10 (Documentary short)
Herself
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Other Works:

Ziegfeld Follies of 1920 (1920). Musical revue. Directed by Edward Royce. New Amsterdam Theatre: 22 Jun 1920- 16 Oct 1920 (123 performances). Cast included: Fanny Brice, Eddie Cantor, W.C. Fields, Charles Winninger. See more »
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Mary fell victim to alcohol as her promising film career began to fade in the mid-1930s. See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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