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Virginia Howell (I) (1883–1941)


Virginia Howell was born on January 9, 1883 in Timmonsville, South Carolina, USA as Virgina Talley. She was an actress, known for Tomorrow at Seven (1933), They Just Had to Get Married (1932) and The Little Adventuress (1938). She died on December 31, 1941 in Houston, Texas, USA. See full bio »

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(age 58) in Houston, Texas, USA

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Known For

Tomorrow at Seven
Tomorrow at Seven Mrs. Quincy
(1933)
They Just Had to Get Married
(1932)
The Little Adventuress
(1938)
Convention City
Convention City Mrs.Orchard
(1933)

Filmography

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 1939 The Women
Receptionist (uncredited)
 1939 Star Reporter
Mrs. Julia Randolph
 1939 St. Louis Blues
Mrs. Hovey
 1938 The Little Adventuress
Aunt Hattie
 1938 Girls' School
Miss MacBeth
 1938 Goodbye Broadway
Mrs. Pettergale
 1938 The Girl of the Golden West
Governor's Wife (uncredited)
 1937 Blossoms on Broadway
Quinterfield Secretary (uncredited)
 1937 Reported Missing
Mrs. Clayton (uncredited)
 1936 Florida Special
Nosey Woman (uncredited)
 1936 Tango
Mrs. Carver, Tony's Mother
 1935 His Night Out
Nurse (uncredited)
 1935 Alice Adams
Mrs. Dowling (uncredited)
 1935 The Flame Within
Mary's Secretary (uncredited)
 1935 Les Misérables
Old Beggarwoman Directing Jean to Bishop (uncredited)
 1935 While the Patient Slept
Kema - the Cook (uncredited)
 1934 Gentlemen Are Born
Miss Graham (uncredited)
 1934 The Scarlet Letter
Abigail Crakstone
 1934 Double Door
Avery
 1934 Spitfire
Granny Raines
 1933 Convention City
Mrs.Orchard
 1933 Little Women
War Worker (uncredited)
 1933 Only Yesterday (uncredited)
 1933 Ever in My Heart
Cousin Serena Honeywell
 1933 Tomorrow at Seven
Mrs. Quincy
 1933 Our Betters
Mrs. Saunders (scenes deleted)
 1932 They Just Had to Get Married
Mrs. Langley
 1932 Rockabye
Mrs. Bronson (uncredited)
 1932 The Finishing Touch (Short)
 1932 Faithless
Mrs. Blainey (uncredited)
 1932 Okay America!
Mrs. Drake
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: That Awful Mrs. Eaton. Drama. Written by John Farrar and Stephen Vincent Benet. Morosco Theatre: 29 Sep 1924- Oct 1924 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Cordelia Howard Aiken (as "Mrs. John Quincy Adams"), Katharine Alexander (as "Peggy O'Neal Eaton"), Mary Allen (as "Dolly Madison"), Frank Andrews (as "Mordecai ... See more »
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Star Sign:

Capricorn

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