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Aline Goodwin (1887–1980)

Aline Goodwin was born on April 5, 1887 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA as Aileen Allan Goodwin. She is known for her work on Leatherstocking (1924), Rainbow Over Broadway (1933) and The Sky Rider (1928). She died on May 31, 1980 in Los Angeles County, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Leatherstocking
Leatherstocking Wah-Ta-Wah
(1924)
Rainbow Over Broadway
Rainbow Over Broadway Chorus Girl
(1933)
The Sky Rider
The Sky Rider Mrs. Shade
(1928)
Pueblo Terror
Pueblo Terror Martha Morgan
(1931)

Filmography

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 1948 Hazard
Woman in Tank (uncredited)
 1945 First Yank Into Tokyo
Nurse (uncredited)
 1933 Rainbow Over Broadway
Chorus Girl
 1931 Pueblo Terror
Martha Morgan
 1930 Firebrand Jordan
Joan Howe
 1929 Silent Sentinel
Maizie
 1928 The Sky Rider
Mrs. Shade (as Allene Goodwin)
 1928 The Scarlet Arrow (Short)
Fay Varden (as Aileen Goodwin)
 1926 Desert Gold
Alarcon's Wife
 1926 Call of the Night
Margy De Laine
 1925 Warrior Gap
Mrs. Hal Folsom
 1925 Riding for Life
Betty Malone (as Alyne Goodwyn)
 1924 The Hellion
The Daughter
 1924 Leatherstocking
Wah-Ta-Wah
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Alternate Names:

Aileen Goodwin | Allene Goodwin | Alyne Goodwyn
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