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Ursula Parrott (1900–1957)

Died:

(age 57) in New York City, New York, USA

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Known For

The Divorcee
The Divorcee Writer
(1930)
Gentleman's Fate
(1931)
Left Over Ladies
(1931)
Strangers May Kiss
(1931)

Filmography

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 1955 There's Always Tomorrow (story)
 1936 Brilliant Marriage (novel "Brilliant Marriage")
 1936 Next Time We Love (story "Say Goodbye Again")
 1934 There's Always Tomorrow (novel)
 1933 The Woman Accused (Liberty Magazine serial chapter)
 1932 Love Affair (story)
 1931 Left Over Ladies (story)
 1931 Strangers May Kiss (from a book by)
 1931 Gentleman's Fate (from a story by)
 1930 The Divorcee (based on a novel by)
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Other Works:

Story: "Say Goodbye Again" (filmed as Next Time We Love (1936)). See more »

Alternate Names:

Katherine Ursula Parrott
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Trivia:

At one time an immensely successful writer, Ursula Parrott died in obscurity and destitute. It would be several months before her former husband, producer John J. Wildberg, would learn of her death or her circumstances. See more »

Star Sign:

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