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Anne Nichols (I) (1891–1966)

Anne Nichols was born on November 26, 1891 in Dales Mill, Georgia, USA. She was an actress and writer, known for Abie's Irish Rose (1946), Give Me a Sailor (1938) and Abie's Irish Rose (1928). She was married to Henry Duffey. She died on September 15, 1966 in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, USA. See full bio »

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 1911 The Immortal Alamo (Short) (as Anna Nichols)
 1911 In the Hot Lands (Short)
Nell's Mother
 1910 Return of Ta-Wa-Wa (Short)
Rose Leigh
 1910 A Woman in the Case (Short)
Willis Johnson
 1910 A Postal Substitute (Short)
Mrs. Benson
 1910 The Paleface Princess (Short)
Captain Keen's Sister
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 1946 Abie's Irish Rose (play "Abie's Irish Rose") / (screenplay)
 1938 Give Me a Sailor (play)
 1928 Just Married (play)
 1928 Abie's Irish Rose (play - titles)
 1922 Her Gilded Cage (play "The Love Dreams")
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 1928 Abie's Irish Rose (lyrics: "Rosemary", "Little Irish Rose")
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Just Married. Comedy/farce. See more »

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2 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

Anna Nichols
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Mortgaged her West Coast house to finance "Abie's Irish Rose" after being turned down by several Broadway producers. Despite some early critical reviews the play ran for 2,327 performances and would eventually earn her an estimated $15 million. See more »

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