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Mitzi Mayfair (1914–1976)


Mitzi Mayfair was during the 30s and 40s a tap-dancer on Broadway. Her shows included "The Show Is On", and "Take a Chance". After Eleanor Powell's breakdown in January 1936, she replaced Miss Powell in "At Home Abroad". Mitzi Mayfair's film work was small, only co-starring in Four Jills in a Jeep (1944) and a few Vitaphone Shorts. See full bio »

Died:

(age 61) in Tucson, Arizona, USA

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Known For

Tip Tap Toe Mitzi Blake
(1932)
The Policy Girl Jeannie James
(1934)
Four Jills in a Jeep Mitzi Mayfair
(1944)
Paramount on Parade Toe-Dancer (Prologue)
(1930)

Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Actress (8 credits)
 1944 Four Jills in a Jeep
Mitzi Mayfair
 1934 The Policy Girl (Short)
Jeannie James
 1933 Use Your Imagination (Short)
Mitzi Mayfair
 1933 The Way of All Freshmen (Short)
Mitzi
 1932 Tip Tap Toe (Short)
Mitzi Blake
 1930 Girls We Remember (Short)
Dancer
 1930 Paramount on Parade
Toe-Dancer (Prologue)
 1929 Manhattan Serenade (Short)
Specialty Dancer
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 1944 Four Jills in a Jeep (based on the actual experiences of) / (contributing writer - uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Additional Crew (1 credit)
 1953 So This Is Love (dance stand-in: Kathryn Grayson - uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Soundtrack (6 credits)
 1944 Four Jills in a Jeep (performer: "How Blue the Night", "Ohio" - uncredited)
 1934 The Policy Girl (Short) (performer: "Chatterbox", "Two Little Love Birds" - uncredited)
 1933 Use Your Imagination (Short) (performer: "Wouldn't It Be Nice" - uncredited)
 1932 Tip Tap Toe (Short) (performer: "Three's a Crowd" - uncredited)
 1930 Paramount on Parade (performer: "I'm in Training for You")
 1929 Manhattan Serenade (Short) (performer: "What Does It Mean When the Owl Says Whoo" - uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (1 credit)
 1943 Show-Business at War (Documentary short)
Self (uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Archive footage (2 credits)
 1982 Showbiz Goes to War (TV Movie documentary)
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

The Broadway business is sort of wacky. It wouldn't mix with a nice happy marriage.

Trivia:

During World War 2, she spent four months entertaining the troops in a USO show with Carole Landis, Martha Raye, and Kay Francis. See more »

Trademark:

Tap dancer who lifted her leg back to touch her head

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