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Name  Frances Day

Role  Actress
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Full Name  Frances Victoria Schenck
Born  December 16, 1908 (1908-12-16) East Orange, New Jersey
Occupation  Stage, film actress, singer
Died  April 29, 1984, Windsor, United Kingdom
Spouse  Beaumont Alexander (m. 1927–1938)
Movies  Fiddlers Three, Oh, Daddy!, The Girl from Maxim's
Albums  The Very Best Of The 1930s, Heartbreak Hotel
Similar People  Julie Andrews, Giorgio Tozzi, Harry Watt, Bud Flanagan, Carol Reed

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Frances Day (real name Frances Victoria Schenck, December 16, 1908 – April 29, 1984) was an American actress and singer who achieved great popularity in the UK in the 1930s.

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Day's career began as a nightclub cabaret singer in New York City and London. She toured the provinces in 1930 and made her London stage debut at the Hippodrome in 1932. In the 1950s she was a regular panellist on What's My Line?, the British version of the popular TV series.

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Stage credits

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  • Out of the Bottle (1932)
  • How D'You Do? (1933)
  • Jill Darling (1934)
  • Floodlight (1937)
  • The Fleet's Lit Up (1938)
  • Black and Blue (1939)
  • Black Vanities (1941)
  • DuBarry Was a Lady (1942)
  • Evangeline (1946)
  • Buoyant Billions (1949)
  • Latin Quarter (1949)
  • Film credits

  • The Price of Divorce (1928)
  • Such Is the Law (1930)
  • O.K. Chief (1930)
  • Big Business (1930)
  • The First Mrs. Fraser (1932)
  • The Girl from Maxim's (1933)
  • Two Hearts in Waltz Time (1934)
  • Temptation (1934)
  • Oh, Daddy! (1935)
  • You Must Get Married (1936)
  • Public Nuisance No. 1 (1936)
  • Dreams Come True (1936)
  • Who's Your Lady Friend? (1937)
  • The Girl in the Taxi (1937)
  • Room for Two (1940)
  • Fiddlers Three (1944)
  • Tread Softly (1952)
  • There's Always a Thursday (1957)
  • References

    Frances Day Wikipedia


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