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Nita Martan (1898–1986)

Nita Martan was born on July 4, 1898 in Colorado, USA. She was an actress, known for The Son of Tarzan (1920), Borrowed Wives (1930) and De Woild's Champeen (1930). She died on June 1, 1986 in Riverside, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Son of Tarzan
The Son of Tarzan Meriem - as a young woman
Borrowed Wives
Borrowed Wives Julia Thorpe
De Woild's Champeen
The Royal American
The Royal American Gail Morton


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 1931 Anybody's Blonde
 1931 The Two Gun Man
 1931 Caught Cheating
Madelynne Cabrond
 1930 De Woild's Champeen (Short)
 1930 The Third Alarm
Mamie Ziek
 1930 Under Montana Skies
 1930 Borrowed Wives
Julia Thorpe
 1930 The Woman Racket
Rita (scenes deleted)
 1929 Twin Beds
Bobby Dolan
 1929 Border Romance
 1928 Dog Justice
 1928 Lady Be Good
 1927 A Night at Coffee Dan's (Short)
 1927 The Royal American
Gail Morton
 1927 Lost at the Front
Russian girl
 1923 Sidewalks of New York
Rosa (as Manilla Martan)
 1922 The Wolf's Fangs (as Manilla Martans)
 1920 The Son of Tarzan
Meriem - as a young woman (as Manilla Martan)
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 1930 Under Montana Skies (performer: "Cryin Blues", "How Could Anyone Help Lovin' a Man Like You?", "Harlem Hop")

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Other Works:

Stage Play: China Rose. Musical operetta. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane [final Broadway credit/died during production run]. Book by Harry L. Cort and George E. Stoddard. Lyrics by Harry Linsley Cort and George E. Stoddard. Musical Director: Hilding Anderson. Directed by R.H. Burnside. Martin Beck Theatre (moved to Wallack's Theatre from 23 ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Manilla Martan | Manilla Martans

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