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Mary Wiggins (I) (1909–1945)

Mary Wiggins was born on November 8, 1909 in Florida, USA as Mary Lois Wiggins. She is known for her work on No Time for Love (1943), It Happened One Night (1934) and The Campus Vamp (1928). She died on December 19, 1945 in North Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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Hide Hide Show Show Stunts (6 credits)
 1943 No Time for Love (stunts)
 1939 Union Pacific (stunt double: Barbara Stanwyck - uncredited)
 1936 Hell-Ship Morgan (stunt double: Ann Sothern - uncredited)
 1934 Three on a Honeymoon (stunts - uncredited)
 1934 It Happened One Night (stunt double: Claudette Colbert's dive off ship - uncredited)
 1933 Central Airport (stunt performer: parachute jumps - uncredited)
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 1931 Movie-Town (Short)
Water Polo Player (uncredited)
 1928 The Campus Vamp (Short)
 1928 His Unlucky Night (Short) (uncredited)
 1928 Love at First Flight (Short)
Minor Role (uncredited)
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 1937 Lost Horizon (double: Jane Wyatt - uncredited)
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 1940 Spills for Thrills (Short)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Print Ad for Camel Cigarettes

Alternate Names:

Mrs. H.C. Grantham

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Died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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