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Eleanore Whitney (1917–1983)


Eleanore Whitney was born on April 12, 1917 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA as Eleanor Wittenberg. She was an actress, known for Rose Bowl (1936), Blonde Trouble (1937) and Timothy's Quest (1936). She was married to Frederick Backer,. She died in November 1983 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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(age 66) in New York City, New York, USA

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Rose Bowl Cheers Reynolds
(1936)
Blonde Trouble Edna Baker
(1937)
(1936)
Clarence Cora Wheeler
(1937)

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 1938 Campus Confessions
Susie Quinn
 1937 Thrill of a Lifetime
Betty Jane
 1937 Blonde Trouble
Edna Baker
 1937 Turn Off the Moon
Caroline Wilson
 1937 Clarence
Cora Wheeler
 1936 College Holiday
Eleanore Wayne
 1936 Rose Bowl
Cheers Reynolds
 1936 The Big Broadcast of 1937
Dance Specialty
 1936 Hollywood Boulevard
Eleanor Whitney at Grauman's Chinese Theatre
 1936 Three Cheers for Love
Skippy Dormant
 1936 Timothy's Quest
Martha
 1935 Millions in the Air
Bubbles
 1935 The Big Broadcast of 1936
Eleanore Whitney
 1935 Oh, Evaline! (Short)
Evaline (as Eleanor Whitney)
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 1936 College Holiday (performer: "A Rhyme for Love")
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 1936 Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 1 (Documentary short)
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Eleanor Whitney
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Prior to her brief motion picture career, she appeared in vaudeville with Jack Benny and Rudy Vallee. In 1946, she played Lucille Jourdain in 'The Would-be Gentleman' on Broadway. She was married in 1939 to former U.S. assistant Attorney, Frederick Backer. See more »

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