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Catherine Dale Owen (1900–1965)

Lean, fair-haired Catherine Dale Owen, acclaimed as one of the world's ten most beautiful women of 1925, had the dubious distinction of co-starring in the film which did most to ruin John Gilbert's career in talking pictures. For most of the players concerned, His Glorious Night (1929) was anything, but. Provoking first giggles, then raucous ... See full bio »

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The Rogue Song
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 1931 Defenders of the Law
Alice Randall
 1931 Behind Office Doors
Ellen May Robinson
 1930 Today
Eve Warner
 1930 Born Reckless
Joan Sheldon
 1930 The Rogue Song
Princess Vera
 1930 Such Men Are Dangerous
Elinor Kranz
 1929 His Glorious Night
Princess Orsolini
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 1930 Fashion News (Documentary short)
Herself (1930)
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 1980 Hollywood (TV Mini-Series documentary)

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Stage Play: Trelawny of the 'Wells'. Comedy (revival). Written by Sir Arthur Wing Pinero. Directed by William Seymour. Knickerbocker Theatre: 1 Jun 1925-7 Jun 1925 (8 performances). Cast: Edith Barrett (as "Miss Brewster"), Amelia G. Bingham (as "Mrs. Telfer/Miss Violet Sylvester"), Charles Coburn (as "Mr. James Telfer"), Theresa Maxwell ... See more »

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