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Doris Drought (1899–1976)

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Known For

True to the Navy
(1930)
The Crosby Case
(1934)
Her Wedding Night
(1930)
Crimson Romance
(1934)

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 1960 Flaming Star (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1955 The Virgin Queen (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1954 Suddenly (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1953 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (script clerk - uncredited)
 1952 My Cousin Rachel (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1952 Dreamboat (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1951 Call Me Mister (script clerk - uncredited)
 1950 I'll Get By (script supervisor)
 1950 Cheaper by the Dozen (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1950 Wabash Avenue (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1949 Father Was a Fullback (script supervisor)
 1949 It Happens Every Spring (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1949 The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1949 Chicken Every Sunday (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1948 The Luck of the Irish (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1948 That Lady in Ermine (script supervisor - uncredited)
 1939 Second Fiddle (script clerk - uncredited)
 1938 Kentucky Moonshine (script clerk - uncredited)
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Star Sign:

Virgo

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