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Marguerite Livingston | Margaret Livingstone
5' 3" (1.6 m)
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(In a 1937 interview) Harry Cohn was one of the most colorful characters you can imagine... an almost impossible person, saying the wrong things always but sending you away with the 'right' feeling. A personality like a bomb, he's like a sandpaper across your feelings. I doubt if Harry Cohn's a gentleman, but you'd love him. He sits behind his huge desk in his short sleeves, bawling into a half ...
Brunette leading lady of Scottish and Swedish ancestry. From the age of 16 she played leading roles in the silents, usually as vamps or the "other woman". Her voice presented no problem when talking pictures came into vogue' in fact, she dubbed Louise Brooks
in the mystery The Canary Murder Case
(1929). She retired from films in the mid-'30s to concentrate on her marriage to bandleader Paul