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Helen Shipman (1901–1984)

Helen Shipman was born in Pennsylvania, USA in 1899 (the exact month and day is in question). Her obituary in 1984 (which was written by her husband, Edward J. Pawley) stated that she was 85, which would have made her birth in the year 1899. Other newspaper articles also reveal that she was born in 1899. Helen was the daughter of William H. and ... See full bio »

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Known For

A Little Girl in a Big City
(1925)
The Phantom Rider
(1936)
Christopher Bean
Christopher Bean Ada Haggett
(1933)
Double Door
Double Door Louise
(1934)

Filmography

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 1940 The House Across the Bay
Prisoner's Wife (uncredited)
 1937 The Road Back
Dutch Comedy Team (uncredited)
 1936 The Phantom Rider
Lizzie
 1936 San Francisco
Earthquake Survivor (uncredited)
 1936 Small Town Girl
Second Nurse (uncredited)
 1935 Men Without Names
Becky
 1935 Naughty Marietta
Marietta Franini (uncredited)
 1934 Double Door
Louise
 1933 Christopher Bean
Ada Haggett
 1933 Meet the Baron
Member of Welcoming Trio (uncredited)
 1929 The Great Power
Peggy Wray
 1925 A Little Girl in a Big City
Rose McGuire
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Other Works:

Stage Play. The Lady in Ermine. Musical. Book by Frederick Lonsdale and Cyrus Wood. Music by Jean Gilbert and Alfred Goodman. Lyrics by Harry Graham and Cyrus Wood. Based on the operette by Rudolph Schanzer and Ernest Welisch. Musical Director: Oscar Bradley. Choreographed by Jack Mason and Allan K. Foster. Production ... See more »
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Personal Quote:

.....nothing in the world was more exciting than vaudeville and the old New York theater days.

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Aquarius

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