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Fanchon Royer (1902–1986)

A native of Des Moines, Iowa, Fanchon Royer attended school there and in Minneapolis and Chicago. She entered pictures via the "extra girl" route in 1916. She became editor of the trade magazine "Camera" before her 18th birthday and, for several years, did publicity and actors' management. She produced her first film in 1928, "Life's Like That". ... See full bio »

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 1938 Religious Racketeers (producer)
 1937 Turn Off the Moon (producer)
 1937 Mile a Minute Love (producer)
 1937 A Million to One (producer)
 1936 Ten Laps to Go (producer)
 1936 Death in the Air (producer)
 1935 Fighting Lady (producer)
 1934 Hollywood Hoodlum (producer)
 1933 Neighbors' Wives (producer)
 1933 Her Resale Value (producer)
 1933 Alimony Madness (producer)
 1933 Revenge at Monte Carlo (producer)
 1932 Behind Jury Doors (producer)
 1932 The Heart Punch (producer)
 1932 Trapped in Tia Juana (producer)
 1932 The Honor of the Press (producer)
 1932 Cannonball Express (producer)
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Editor of the Quill, high School literary magazine in 1917.

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5' 5" (1.65 m)

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She left Hollywood in 1940 and formed a company that produced and released religious films until 1945. In 1943 she became president of the Catholic Film and Radio Guild.

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