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Jane Jones (I) (1889–1962)

Jane Jones was born on March 27, 1889 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. She was an actress, known for Hayseed Romance (1935), Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938) and Port of Missing Girls (1938). She died on January 28, 1962 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »
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Known For

Hayseed Romance
Hayseed Romance Molly's Aunt
Alexander's Ragtime Band
Port of Missing Girls
East Side of Heaven
East Side of Heaven Mrs. Kelly, One of the Singing Cooks


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 1947 Night Song
 1945 Incendiary Blonde
Specialty Singer (uncredited)
 1945 Nob Hill
Ruby (uncredited)
 1942 Wild Bill Hickok Rides
Fat Casino Singer (uncredited)
 1939 The Roaring Twenties
Singing Trio Member (uncredited)
 1939 East Side of Heaven
Mrs. Kelly, One of the Singing Cooks
 1938 Alexander's Ragtime Band
Trio Member
 1938 Port of Missing Girls
 1937 Slave Ship
Ma Belcher
 1935 Barbary Coast
Saloon Trio Singer (uncredited)
 1935 Hayseed Romance (Short)
Molly's Aunt
 1932 One Way Passage
Singer 'If I Had My Way' (uncredited)
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 1945 Incendiary Blonde (performer: "Ida! Sweet as Apple Cider" - uncredited)
 1942 Wild Bill Hickok Rides ("The Lady Got a Shady Deal" (1942), uncredited)
 1938 Alexander's Ragtime Band (performer: "Ragtime Violin" (1911) - uncredited)
 1938 Port of Missing Girls (performer: "I've Changed My Routine")

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Actress and singer of specialty numbers in Hollywood films of the 30's, including the barroom ballads of "Alexander's Ragtime Band" and "East Side of Heaven".

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