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Adele Rowland (1883–1971)

Adele Rowland was born on July 10, 1883 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA as Adele P. Levi. She was an actress, known for Lucky Legs (1942), For the Love of Mary (1948) and The Blonde from Singapore (1941). She was married to Conway Tearle and Charles Ruggles. She died on August 8, 1971 in Los Angeles County, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Lucky Legs
Lucky Legs Hettie Dinwiddie
For the Love of Mary
For the Love of Mary Mrs. Peabody
She's Everywhere


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 1950 The Secret Fury
Mrs. Roy Palmer (uncredited)
 1948 For the Love of Mary
Mrs. Peabody
 1948 The Big Punch
Mrs. Fillmore (uncredited)
 1942 Lucky Legs
Hettie Dinwiddie
 1942 A Tragedy at Midnight (uncredited)
 1941 The Blonde from Singapore
 1919 She's Everywhere (Short)
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 1928 Stories in Song (Short) (performer: "White Wings, Carry Me Home", "Little Tu Shi (Is the Vamp of Shanghai Now)", "There Must Be Somebody Else", "Swanee Shore" - uncredited)
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 1928 Stories in Song (Short)
Herself (singer)
 1921 Screen Snapshots, Series 2, No. 17-F (Documentary short)
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 1980 Hollywood (TV Mini-Series documentary)
- Single Beds and Double Standards (1980) ... Herself (uncredited)

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Other Works:

Stage: Appeared in "Captain Kidd Jr." on Broadway, 1916. See more »

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1 Article | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

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During her marriage to Conway Tearle, the couple lived in the landmark Hollywood residence at 1784 North Orange Drive, along with her father Abe, two Japanese servants and a lodger. The home has been owned by the American Society of Cinematographers, and is one of the oldest surviving houses in Hollywood (as off 2011).

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