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Frances Fuller (1907–1980)

Frances Fuller was born into a prominent family in Charleston, South Carolina. She was educated at the Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart and studied acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. After appearing in stock in Chester, Pennsylvania, Frances made her Broadway debut in George S. Kaufman's production of 'The Front Page' in ... See full bio »

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Homebodies Miss Emily
One Sunday Afternoon
The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing
The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing Mrs. Elizabeth White
They Might Be Giants


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 1974 Homebodies
Miss Emily
 1971 They Might Be Giants
Mrs. Bagg
 1967 Love of Life (TV Series)
Aunt Carrie
- Episode dated 2 February 1967 (1967) ... Aunt Carrie
 1961 Play of the Week (TV Series)
- Black Monday (1961)
 1958 Harbormaster (TV Series)
 1956 Omnibus (TV Series)
 1955 The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing
Mrs. Elizabeth White
 1949-1954 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
Miss Frank / Anne McDermot / Mrs. Maradick
- Hangman's House (1951) ... Anne McDermot
- The Shadowy Third (1949) ... Mrs. Maradick
 1952 Curtain Call (TV Series)
 1951 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
- Cafe Ami (1951) ... Aunt
 1945 Untitled (TV Movie)
 1933 One Sunday Afternoon
Amy Lind
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 1988 The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind (TV Movie documentary)
Herself - Actress Testing as Melanie

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Stage Play: Excursion. Comedy. Written by Victor Wolfson. Scenic Design by G.E. Calthrop. Directed by Worthington Miner [credited as C. Worthington Miner]. Vanderbilt Theatre: 9 Apr 1937- Jul 1937 (closing date unknown/116 performances). Cast: Shirley Booth (as "Mrs. Loschavio"), Dorothy Brackett (as "Passenger"), 'Flora Campbell' (as Lee ... See more »


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Niece of James F. Byrnes, U. S. secretary of state and Supreme Court justice and governor of South Carolina.

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