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Dagmar Oakland (1897–1989)

Dagmar Oakland was born on August 21, 1897 in San Francisco, California, USA as Edna Andersen. She was an actress, known for The Barber Shop (1933), The Heart Breaker (1930) and Stolen Heaven (1931). She died in June 1989 in Burbank, California. See full bio »


(age 91) in Burbank, California, USA

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The Barber Shop
The Barber Shop Hortense
The Heart Breaker
Stolen Heaven
Stolen Heaven Dorothea


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 1945 George White's Scandals
Dagmar (uncredited)
 1945 Thrill of a Romance
Guest at Reception (uncredited)
 1945 Tonight and Every Night
Jolly Trio Member (uncredited)
 1944 Blonde Fever
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1944 Mr. Skeffington
Woman (uncredited)
 1943 Murder in Times Square
Theatre Patron (uncredited)
 1942 Beyond the Blue Horizon
Guest at Chase's Residence (uncredited)
 1941 Footlight Fever
Actress (uncredited)
 1940 In Old Missouri
Socialite (uncredited)
 1938 You Can't Take It with You
Woman (uncredited)
 1937 The Hit Parade
Nurse (uncredited)
 1937 A Doctor's Diary
Nurse (uncredited)
 1936 Wedding Present
Reporter (uncredited)
 1936 The Leavenworth Case
Miss Hill (uncredited)
 1935 Love Me Forever
Secretary (uncredited)
 1934 The Life of Vergie Winters
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1934 Stand Up and Cheer!
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1933 The Barber Shop (Short)
 1930 The Heart Breaker (Short)

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Stage Play: Cinders. Musical comedy. Music by Rudolf Friml. Book by Edward Clark. Lyrics by Edward Clark. Musical Director: Victor Baravalle. Directed by Edward Royce. Dresden Theatre: 3 Apr 1923- 28 Apr 1923 (31 performances). Cast: George Bancroft (as "Great Scott") [Broadway debut], Abner Barnhart (as "Cliff"), Louise Bateman (as "... See more »

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Sister of actress Vivien Oakland.

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