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Ella Logan (1913–1969)


Ella Logan was born on March 6, 1913 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. She was an actress, known for Top of the Town (1937), Flying Hostess (1936) and Woman Chases Man (1937). She was previously married to Fred F. Finklehoffe. She died on May 1, 1969 in Burlingame, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Top of the Town Dorine MacTavish
(1937)
Flying Hostess Edna Mulcahy
(1936)
(1937)
The Goldwyn Follies Glory Wood
(1938)

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 1954 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
Guest Vocalist
- What Goes Down, Must Come Up (1954) ... Guest Vocalist
 1938 The Goldwyn Follies
Glory Wood
 1937 52nd Street
Betty
 1937 Woman Chases Man
Judy
 1937 Top of the Town
Dorine MacTavish
 1936 Flying Hostess
Edna Mulcahy
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Appeared (as "Sharon", Finian's daughter) in "Finian's Rainbow" on Broadway. She introduced the song "How Are Things in Glockamorra?" See more »

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Height:

4' 11" (1.5 m)

Spouse:

Fred F. Finklehoffe  (divorced)
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Began as a child star in music halls and performed at London's West End by the age of seventeen. Moved to the United States in the early 30's and became an even bigger star on Broadway (beginning with the 1939 edition of "George White's Scandals"). She also sang with various big bands of the period, including those led by Abe Lyman and Adrian Rollini. Logan eventually reached the peak of her ... See more »

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