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Eleanor Hunt (I) (1910–1981)

Eleanor Hunt was born on January 10, 1910 in New York City, New York, USA. She was an actress and writer, known for Blue Steel (1934), Whoopee! (1930) and Bank Alarm (1937). She was married to Rex Lease and George A. Hirliman. She died on June 12, 1981 in Manhattan, New York City. See full bio »

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Known For

Blue Steel
Blue Steel Betty Mason
Whoopee! Sally Morgan
Bank Alarm
Bank Alarm Bobbie Reynolds
The Gold Racket
The Gold Racket Bobbie Reynolds


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 1940 Stolen Paradise
Patricia Morrow
 1936 We're in the Legion Now
Honey Evans
 1935 Northern Frontier
Beth Braden
 1934 The Merry Widow
Maxim Girl (uncredited)
 1934 Wake Up and Dream (uncredited)
 1934 I Hate Women
 1934 A Circus Hoodoo (Short)
 1934 Trimmed in Furs (Short)
The Actress
 1933 On Ice (Short)
 1933 Techno-Crazy (Short)
Mary (as Elinore Hunt)
 1933 Keyhole Katie (Short)
 1932 Tess of the Storm Country
One of the Longman Sisters (uncredited)
 1932 He's a Honey (Short)
 1931 First to Fight (Short)
The Girl
 1931 Goldie
Russian Girl
 1931 Bride and Gloomy (Short)
 1931 Come to Papa! (Short)
Dodo - Chorus Girl
 1931 Parading Pajamas (Short)
 1930 Expensive Kisses (Short)
 1930 Our Nagging Wives (Short)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Elinore Hunt | Cynthia Meade


5' 4½" (1.64 m)

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New York-educated former chorus girl signed as an ingénue to appear opposite Eddie Cantor in Whoopee! (1930), having previously appeared in the stage production. She did not make the grade as a star and was subsequently relegated to lesser roles.

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