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Dorothy Page (I) (1904–1961)

Dorothy Page was born March 4, 1904, in Northampton, Pennsylvania. As a college student in Pennsylvania she was picked by the Curtis Publishing Co. to be a cover model for the "Saturday Evening Post". She married a medical student in 1925, and after he became a doctor they moved to Detroit, his hometown, to start his medical practice. The ... See full bio »


(age 57) in La Belle, Florida, USA

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Known For

The Singing Cowgirl Dorothy Hendricks
Ride 'em, Cowgirl Helen Rickson
Water Rustlers Shirley Martin


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 1939 Ride 'em, Cowgirl
Helen Rickson
 1939 Water Rustlers
Shirley Martin
 1938 The Singing Cowgirl
Dorothy Hendricks
 1937 Mama Runs Wild
Mrs. Hayes
 1935 Manhattan Moon
Yvonne / Toots Malloy
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 1939 Ride 'em, Cowgirl (performer: "I Love The Wide Open Spaces", "A Campfire, A Prairie Moon and You")
 1939 Water Rustlers (performer: "Let's Go On Like This Forever", "When a Cowboy Sings a Dogie Lullaby", "I Feel at Home in the Saddle")
 1938 The Singing Cowgirl (performer: "I Gotta Sing", "Prairie Boy", "Let's Round Up Our Dreams")
 1935 Manhattan Moon (performer: "Sing Me a Love Song" - uncredited)

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Radio: Cast member of the "Paducah Plantation" program with Irvin S. Cobb.

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She has the unique distinction of being the girl (the "world's only singing cowgirl", no less) on whose success rested the fate of an entire movie studio. Grand National Pictures signed her as a desperate gimmick after its chief, Edward L. Alperson suffered a serious lapse of judgment and green-lighted production of a James Cagney vehicle, Something to Sing About (1937), which bombed and left the... See more »

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