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Marta Labarr (1912–1999)

Marta Labarr was born on June 4, 1912 in New York City, New York, USA as Marthe Eugénie Claquin. She was an actress, known for Break the News (1938), Second Bureau (1936) and Teheran (1946). She died on June 30, 1999 in Paris, Île-de-France, France. See full bio »

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Known For

Break the News
Second Bureau
Second Bureau Erna Fielder
Teheran Natalie Trubetzin
The Torso Murder Mystery
The Torso Murder Mystery Freyda Healey


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 1946 Teheran
Natalie Trubetzin
 1943 Madame et le mort
 1939 The Torso Murder Mystery
Freyda Healey
 1938 S.O.S. Sahara
Hélène Muriel
 1938 Break the News
 1938 Hatred
Betty Hamilton
 1938 The Singing Cop
Maria Santova
 1936 Second Bureau
Erna Fielder
 1936 With Pleasure, Madame
Anita Stella
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 1936 With Pleasure, Madame (performer: "C'est Vous", "King of My Heart", "Wake Smiling")

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She acted in Oscar Straus's musical, "The Chocolate Soldier," at the Opera House in Manchester, England with Roy Royston, Gordon Needham, Allen Christie, and Fred Emney in the cast.

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Actress and singer who appeared in English and French films of the 1930's and 40's. Also worked as a language coach.

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