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Patsy Ruth Miller (1904–1995)

Patsy Ruth Miller was born on January 17, 1904 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Patricia Ruth Miller. She was an actress, known for The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923), So This Is Paris (1926) and Broken Hearts of Hollywood (1926). She was married to Effingham Smith Deans, John Lee Mahin and Tay Garnett. She died on July 16, 1995 in Palm Desert, ... See full bio »

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So This Is Paris
So This Is Paris Suzanne Giraud
Broken Hearts of Hollywood
Broken Hearts of Hollywood Betty Anne Bolton
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 1978 Mother
 1951 Quebec
 1932 The Thalians (Short)
 1932 Foiled Again (Short)
 1931 Night Beat
Eleanor Patterson
 1931 The Great Junction Hotel (Short)
The Bride
 1931 Lonely Wives
Kitty 'Minty' Minter
 1930 The Last of the Lone Wolf
 1930 Wide Open
Julia Faulkner
 1929 The Aviator
Grace Douglas
 1929 The Show of Shows
Performer in 'What Became of the Floradora Boys' & 'If I Could Learn to Love' Numbers
 1929 The Sap
 1929 Whispering Winds
 1929 Twin Beds
Elsie Dolan
 1929 The Fall of Eve
Eve Grant
 1928 The Gate Crasher
Mara Di Leon
 1928 Marriage by Contract
 1928 Red Riders of Canada
Joan Duval
 1928 We Americans
Beth Levine
 1928 The Tragedy of Youth
Paula Wayne
 1927 A Hero for a Night
Mary Sloan
 1927 South Sea Love
Charlotte Guest
 1927 Hot Heels
Patsy Jones
 1927 Once and Forever
 1927 Shanghaied
 1927 Painting the Town
Patsy Deveau
 1927 The First Auto
Rose Robbins
 1927 What Every Girl Should Know
Mary Sullivan
 1927 Wolf's Clothing
Minnie Humphrey
 1926/II Camille (Short)
 1926 So This Is Paris
Suzanne Giraud
 1926 Oh What a Nurse!
June Harrison
 1926 Why Girls Go Back Home
Marie Downey
 1926 The King of the Turf
Kate Fairfax
 1926 The Fighting Edge
Phoebe Joyce
 1925 Hogan's Alley
Patsy Ryan
 1925 Rose of the World
Rose Kirby
 1925 Red Hot Tires
Elizabeth Lowden
 1925 Lorraine of the Lions
 1925 Head Winds
Patricia Van Felt
 1925 The Girl on the Stairs
Dora Sinclair
 1925 Back to Life
Margaret Lothbury
 1925 Her Husband's Secret
Judy Brewster
 1924 Those Who Judge
Angelique Dean
 1924 The Breath of Scandal
Marjorie Hale
 1924 The Wise Virgin
'Billie' Farrington
 1924 Girls Men Forget
Kitty Shayne
 1924 A Self-Made Failure
Alice Neal
 1924 The Breaking Point
Elizabeth Wheeler
 1924 Singer Jim McKee
Betty Gleason
 1924 My Man
Molly Marley
 1924 The Yankee Consul
 1924 Daughters of Today
Lois Whittall
 1924 Name the Man
Fenella Stanley
 1923 The Drivin' Fool
Sylvia Moorhead (his daughter)
 1923 The Girl I Loved
 1922 Omar the Tentmaker
Little Shireen
 1922 Fortune's Mask
Pasa Ortiz
 1922 Remembrance
 1922 Trimmed
Alice Millard
 1922 The Fighting Streak
Ann Withero
 1922 The WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1922 (Short)
 1922 Watch Your Step
Margaret Andrews
 1922 Handle with Care
 1921 Camille
 1921 One a Minute
Assembly Line Worker (uncredited)
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Stage: Wrote source material (book) for "Music in My Heart", produced on Broadway. Musical. Lighting Design by / directed by Hassard Short. Adelphi Theatre: 2 Oct 1947-24 Jan 1948 (124 performances/on hiatus from 3-11 Jan 1948). Cast: James Barron, Dorothy Bauer, Dorthea Berthelsen, Anna Marie Biggs, Eleanor Burrow, Iris Burton, ... See more »

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[In a 1989 interview] There aren't many of us left who remember the Hollywood of those far-off days when pepper trees lined Vine Street, but I don't think contemporary writers have depicted it accurately. It was not a modern Sodom and Gomorrah, nor was the use of drugs commonplace. The few actors--and I do mean few--who did use them were called dope fiends, and their careers were usually wrecked ... See more »


At one point in 1924 three of her films were playing simultaneously on New York's Broadway. See more »

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