|Name Delia Bogard|
Role Film actress
|Died July 15, 1995|
|Movies Mickey's Movies, Mickey's Eleven, Mickey the Detective|
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Delia Bogard (June 26, 1921 - July 15, 1995) was an American film actress and dancer.
Delia Bogard was born in San Francisco, California. She played the role of "Tomboy Taylor" in Fontaine Fox's Mickey McGuire film series from 1927 to 1933. After departing from the series, she became a dancer for stage and screen appearances.
In March 1939, Bogard, while on the campus of Los Angeles City College, was attacked with a piece of wood by DeWitt Clinton Cook. Luckily, Delia survived the attack. The culprit was executed in the San Quentin gas chamber in January 1941.
In 1945, Bogard made a guest appearance as herself in the film Mickey the Great, a feature compilation of the Mickey McGuire short films, which paid tribute to the old Mickey McGuire series. She died in 1995 at age 74.