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Ann Seymour

Ann Seymour is an actress, known for A Night in Venice (1931), Seven Alone (1974) and The Big Benefit (1933). See full bio »

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Known For

A Night in Venice
(1931)
Seven Alone
Seven Alone Narrator (adult Catherine)
(1974)
The Big Benefit
The Big Benefit Herself
(1933)
ABC Weekend Specials
ABC Weekend Specials Bruce's Grandmother
(1977)

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 1982 Gloria (TV Series)
Mrs. Berwick
- Still Life with Cat (1982) ... Mrs. Berwick
 1977 ABC Weekend Specials (TV Series)
Bruce's Grandmother
- Portrait of Grandpa Doc (1977) ... Bruce's Grandmother
 1974 Seven Alone
Narrator (adult Catherine)
 1966 Hawk (TV Series)
Laurette Shelley
- Game with a Dead End (1966) ... Laurette Shelley
 1962 The Eleventh Hour (TV Series)
Lucy Anderson
- Ann Costigan: A Duel on a Field of White (1962) ... Lucy Anderson
 1952 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
- Penny (1952)
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 1933 The Big Benefit (Short)
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A Night in Venice (1929). Musical revue. Music by Lee Davis and Maury Rubens. Lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan and Moe Jaffe. Featuring songs by Vincent Youmans. Additional orchestrations by Vincent Youmans. Featuring songs with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Musical Director: Max Meth. Choreographed by Busby Berkeley and Chester ... See more »

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