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Jimmy Starr (I) (1904–1990)

Jimmy Starr was born on February 3, 1904 in Texas, USA as James A. Starr. He was a writer and actor, known for The Corpse Came C.O.D. (1947), A Night for Crime (1943) and Catalina, Here I Come (1927). He was married to Cherie Starr and Evelyn V. He died on August 13, 1990 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. See full bio »

Died:

(age 86) in Phoenix, Arizona, USA

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Filmography

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 1947 The Corpse Came C.O.D. (novel)
 1943 A Night for Crime (story "A Beautiful Night For Love")
 1930 Up a Tree (Short) (dialogue)
 1930 Our Nagging Wives (Short)
 1930 Don't Give Up (Short)
 1930 Johnny's Week End (Short)
 1929 Pink Pajamas (Short) (titles)
 1928 Smith's Holiday (Short) (titles)
 1927 Love in a Police Station (Short) (titles)
 1927 Smith's Modiste Shop (Short) (titles)
 1927 Smith's Cousin (Short) (titles)
 1927 For Sale, a Bungalow (Short) (titles)
 1927 Daddy Boy (Short) (titles)
 1927 Smith's Cook (Short) (titles)
 1927 Smith's Pony (Short) (titles)
 1927 Love's Languid Lure (Short) (titles)
 1927 Smith's Candy Shop (Short) (titles)
 1927 The College Kiddo (Short) (titles)
 1927 Catalina, Here I Come (Short) (titles)
 1927 A Dozen Socks (Short) (titles)
 1927 A Hollywood Hero (Short) (titles)
 1926 Flirty Four-Flushers (Short) (titles)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Novel: "Heads You Lose" (aka "The Lady Lost Her Head"). See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

Had careers as a screenwriter, gossip columnist, publicist, and press agent.

Nickname:

Stage Door Jimmy

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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