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Ruth Selwyn (I) (1905–1954)


She was born Ruth Wilcox, the sister of director Fred McLeod Wilcox, who directed "Lassie, Come Home" (1943) and "Forbidden Planet" (1956), and former showgirl Pansy Wilcox, who was married to Loew's Inc. President Nicholas M. Schenck, one of the pioneers of the film industry. Ruth and her siblings were the children of James Wilcox, a Kentucky ... See full bio »

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Known For

Speak Easily
Speak Easily Pansy Peets
(1932)
Polly of the Circus
(1932)
Men Must Fight
(1933)
Fugitive Lovers
Fugitive Lovers Babe Callahan
(1934)

Filmography

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 1935 Baby Face Harrington
Dorothy
 1934 Fugitive Lovers
Babe Callahan
 1933 Men Must Fight
Peggy
 1932 Speak Easily
Pansy Peets
 1932 New Morals for Old
Estelle
 1932 The Trial of Vivienne Ware
Mercedes Joy
 1932 Polly of the Circus
Mitzi
 1931 Five and Ten
Midge (uncredited)
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Nine-Fifteen Revue. Musical revue. Choreographed by Busby Berkeley and Leon Leonidoff. Directed by Alexander Leftwich. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 11 Feb 1930- 15 Feb 1930 (7 performances). Cast: Nan Blackstone, Wally Crisham, Lynne Dore, Diane Ellis, Gracella & Theodore, Helen Gray, Fred Keating, Paul Kelly, Charles Lawrence, ... See more »
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She appeared in the film Polly of the Circus (1932) in 1932. The original play that the movie is based on was written by her husband Edgar Selwyn's first wife, Margaret Mayo. The play ran for 160 performances at Broadway's Liberty Theatre in 1906. See more »

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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