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Sally Eilers (1908–1978)

Sally Eilers enjoyed lunch with a classmate from drama school, Jane Peters (who would later become known as Carole Lombard), at the Sennett Studios cafeteria. There she was spotted by Mack Sennett and instantly became one of his "discoveries". Having already appeared in several bit parts, beginning with The Red Mill (1927) in 1927, she was offered... See full bio »

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Known For

They Made Her a Spy Irene Eaton
Bad Girl Dorothy Haley
Nurse from Brooklyn Elizabeth Thomas
Lady Behave! Paula Kendall


Hide Hide Show Show Actress (69 credits)
 1950 Stage to Tucson
Annie Benson
 1948 Coroner Creek
Della Harms
 1945 Strange Illusion
Virginia Cartwright
 1944 A Wave, a WAC and a Marine
Margaret Ames
 1943 First Aid (Short)
Red Cross Worker
 1941 I Was a Prisoner on Devil's Island
Claire Martel
 1939 Full Confession
Molly Sullivan
 1939 They Made Her a Spy
Irene Eaton
 1938 Tarnished Angel
Carol Vinson, aka 'Sister Connie'
 1938 Nurse from Brooklyn
Elizabeth Thomas
 1938 Condemned Women
Linda Wilson
 1938 Everybody's Doing It
Penny Wilton
 1937 Lady Behave!
Paula Kendall
 1937 Danger Patrol
Cathy Street
 1937 We Have Our Moments
Mary Smith
 1936 Talk of the Devil
Ann Marlow
 1936 Without Orders
Kay Armstrong
 1936 Florida Special
Jerry Quinn
 1936 Don't Get Personal
Sally van Ranseleer aka Jinxy
 1936 Strike Me Pink
Claribel Higg
 1935 Remember Last Night?
Bette Huling
 1935 Pursuit
Maxine Bush
 1935 Alias Mary Dow
Sally Gates
 1935 Carnival
 1934 I Spy
Thelma Coldwater
 1934 She Made Her Bed
Laura Gordon
 1934 Three on a Honeymoon
Joan Foster
 1933 Walls of Gold
Jeanie Satterlee Ritchie
 1933 Hold Me Tight
 1933 Made on Broadway
Mona Martine
 1933 Central Airport
Jill Collins
 1933 Sailor's Luck
Sally Brent
 1933 State Fair
Emily Joyce
 1933 Second Hand Wife
Sandra Trumbull
 1932 Hat Check Girl
Gerry Marsh
 1932 Disorderly Conduct
Phyllis Crawford
 1932 Dance Team
Poppy Kirk
 1931 Over the Hill
Isabel Potter as an Adult
 1931 Bad Girl
Dorothy Haley
 1931 A Holy Terror
Jerry Foster
 1931 The Black Camel
Julie O'Neil
 1931 Quick Millions
Daisy De Lisle
 1931 Clearing the Range
Mary Lou Moran
 1931 Parlor, Bedroom and Bath
Virginia Embrey
 1931 Reducing
Joyce Rochay
 1930 Doughboys
 1930 Let Us Be Gay
 1930 Trigger Tricks
Betty Dawley
 1930 Roaring Ranch
June Marlin
 1930 She Couldn't Say No
 1929 Show of Shows
Performer in 'Ladies of the Ensemble' Number
 1929 The Long, Long Trail
 1929 Sailor's Holiday
Molly Jones
 1929 Broadway Babies
Navarre King
 1929 Matchmaking Mamma (Short)
Sally McNitt
 1929 Trial Marriage
Constance Bannister
 1929 Weary River
Hatcheck Girl (uncredited)
 1928 The Campus Vamp (Short)
 1928 Dry Martini
Lucille Grosvenor
 1928 The Campus Carmen (Short)
Extra (uncredited)
 1928 The Good-Bye Kiss
 1928 Fazil
Harem Girl (uncredited)
 1928 Broadway Daddies
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1928 The Crowd
Party Girl at Bert's Place (uncredited)
 1927 Sunrise
Woman in Dance Hall (uncredited)
 1927 Slightly Used
Grace Martin
 1927 Paid to Love
Excited Girl Tourist (uncredited)
 1927 The Cradle Snatchers
Flapper Girlfriend (uncredited)
 1927 The Red Mill
Skater (uncredited)
Show Show Soundtrack (4 credits)
Show Show Self (7 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)

Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in Clare Boothe Luce's play, "Kiss the Boys Goodbye," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts.

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8 Articles | 3 Pictorials | 2 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »


5' 3" (1.6 m)

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Personal Quote:

My life is about as private as an exhibit at the World's Fair. But I like the limelight. I'm the girl who yearned to be an actress and got her wish.


Inurned at Forest Lawn Glendale, Freedom Mausoleum, Columbarium of Understanding See more »

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