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Zelda Sears (1873–1935)

Zelda Sears was born on January 21, 1873 in Brockway, Michigan, USA as Zelda Paldi. She was a writer and actress, known for The Divorcee (1930), Operator 13 (1934) and Emma (1932). She was married to Louis C. Wiswell and Herbert E. Sears. She died on February 19, 1935 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1934 A Wicked Woman (screen play)
 1934 Operator 13 (screen play)
 1934 The Cat and the Fiddle (screenplay contributor - uncredited)
 1934 This Side of Heaven (adapted by)
 1934 You Can't Buy Everything (adaptation)
 1933 Dancing Lady (uncredited)
 1933 Day of Reckoning (screen play)
 1933 Beauty for Sale (writer)
 1933 Tugboat Annie (adaptation)
 1932 Prosperity (screenplay)
 1932 New Morals for Old (additional dialogue)
 1932 Emma (additional dialogue)
 1931 Susan Lenox (dialogue)
 1931 Politics (story)
 1931 Reducing (additional dialogue)
 1930 Road to Paradise (play "Cornered" - uncredited)
 1930 The Divorcee (treatment)
 1929 Devil-May-Care (dialogue)
 1928 The Rush Hour (adaptation)
 1927 The Wise Wife (adaptation) / (screenplay)
 1927 No Control
 1927 Night Bride (adaptation)
 1927 Rubber Tires (adaptation)
 1926 The Cruise of the Jasper B (adaptation)
 1926 Corporal Kate (story)
 1926 The Clinging Vine (from the play by)
 1924 Cornered (play)
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Stage Play: Lollipop. Musical comedy. Music by Vincent Youmans. Book by Zelda Sears. Lyrics by Zelda Sears and Walter De Leon. Musical Director: Russell Tarbox. Music orchestrated by Robert Russell Bennett. Directed by Ira Hards. Knickerbocker Theatre: 21 Jan 1924- 31 May 1924 (152 performances). Cast: Connie Aldis (as "Ensemble"), Adora ... See more »

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Had an extensive career on Broadway, beginning as a chorus girl in 1901. See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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