Appeared (as "Lottie Moore") in "De Luxe" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Louis Bromfield
and John Gearon. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner
. Directed / produced by Chester Erskine
. Booth Theatre: 5 Mar 1935-Mar 1935 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Ann Andrews, Alan Bunce
, "Peppy" D'Albrew, Pierre De Ramey, Melvyn
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[describing herself] A short, fat, homely piano player from Keokuk, Iowa, with no money, no background . . . who decided to become a legend, and did just that!
Probably the only gossip columnist who could ever boast of an eponymously titled movie: Hotel for Women
(1939) (in which she also appeared).