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Molly O'Day (1911–1998)

Molly O'Day was born on October 16, 1911 in Bayonne, New Jersey, USA as Suzanne Dobson Noonan. She was an actress, known for The Patent Leather Kid (1927), Sea Devils (1931) and Chloe, Love Is Calling You (1934). She was married to James Kenaston and Jack Durant. She died on October 22, 1998 in Avila Beach, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Patent Leather Kid
The Patent Leather Kid Curley Boyle, the Golden Dancer
Sea Devils
Sea Devils Ann McCall
Chloe, Love Is Calling You
Chloe, Love Is Calling You Joyce - the Colonel's Niece
The Law of 45's
The Law of 45's Joan Hayden


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 1935 Skull and Crown
Ann Norton
 1935 The Law of 45's
Joan Hayden
 1934 Chloe, Love Is Calling You
Joyce - the Colonel's Niece
 1934 Hired Wife
Pat Sullivan
 1933 Gigolettes of Paris
 1933 Playthings of Desire
Renee Grant
 1933 Get That Venus
 1932 Devil on Deck
Kay Wheeler
 1931 Sob Sister
 1931 Sea Devils
Ann McCall
 1930 Sisters
Molly Shannon
 1929 The Show of Shows
Performer in 'Meet My Sister' Number
 1927 The Lovelorn
Ann Hastings
 1927 Hard-Boiled Haggerty
Germaine Benoit
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I was a "natural", and because of it I am remembered.


In order to win the tough girl heroine role in The Patent Leather Kid (1927) she had to compete with 2,000 contenders in an audition. See more »

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