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1908 - 1984
The actress Frances Day was born as Frances Victoria Schenck in East Orange.
Sie began her career as a cabaret singer in New York City and finally she went to London, where she went on tour in the province.
In England she became transformed into a blonde erotic star on the stage.
In 1928 she made her film debut with "The Price of Divorce" (28) and she was able to continue her career successfully int he 30s with "Big Business" (30), "The First Mrs. Fraser" (32), "Temptation" (34), "Two Hearts in Waltz Time" (34), "You Must Get Married" (36), "The Girl in the Taxi" (37) and "Kicking the Moon Around" (38).
During and after World War II her cinematical works diminished and she only appeared sporadically in front of the camera.
To her last movies belong "Room for Two" (40), "Fiddlers Three" (44), "There's Always a Thursday" (57) and briefly before her death an episode of the serial "Alice: Mel Spins His Wheels" (84).
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