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Fanchon (1892–1965)

Fanchon was born on September 14, 1892 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Fanny Woolf. She is known for her work on Turn Off the Moon (1937), Wintertime (1943) and Thrill of a Lifetime (1937). She died on February 3, 1965 in Los Angeles. See full bio »

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Known For

Wintertime Music Department
Stormy Weather Music Department


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 1947 Calendar Girl (dance director)
 1946 Plainsman and the Lady (dance director)
 1946 Rendezvous with Annie (dance director)
 1946 In Old Sacramento (choreographer)
 1946 Murder in the Music Hall (choreographer)
 1945 Where Do We Go from Here? (dances stager)
 1943 Coney Island (dance supervisor)
 1936 Song and Dance Man (choreographer)
 1936 Paddy O'Day (choreographer)
 1935 This Is the Life (choreographer)
 1929 Fox Movietone Follies of 1929 (director of ensemble productions - as Fanchon & Marco)
 1929 Alibi (choreographer)
 1929 Hearts in Dixie (choreographer)
 1928 Three Week Ends (dance director - as Fanchon & Marco)
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Alternate Names:

Fanchon & Marco

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Mother of actress Faye Marlowe.

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