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marilyn miller movie poster | ... Marilyn Miller Photograph - Sally, Joe E. Brown, Marilyn Miller Fine

marilyn miller movie poster | ... Marilyn Miller Photograph - Sally, Joe E. Brown, Marilyn Miller Fine

Jack Pickford & Marilyn Miller

Jack Pickford & Marilyn Miller

Jack Pickford and Marilyn Miller

Jack Pickford and Marilyn Miller

Publicity photo of Marilyn Miller from Cosmo Aug 1918. She was one of the most popular Broadway stars of the 20s and 30s. She joined Ziegfeld Follies in 1918 that made her a star. Her film career was short-lived only appearing in 3 films from 1929-31. She retired after her last Broadway show in 1934. On Apr 6 1936 she died from complications of sinus surgery, aged 37.

Publicity photo of Marilyn Miller from Cosmo Aug 1918. She was one of the most popular Broadway stars of the 20s and 30s. She joined Ziegfeld Follies in 1918 that made her a star. Her film career was short-lived only appearing in 3 films from 1929-31. She retired after her last Broadway show in 1934. On Apr 6 1936 she died from complications of sinus surgery, aged 37.

Vintage Movie Poster - 1930

Vintage Movie Poster - 1930

Marilyn Miller

Marilyn Miller

Marilyn Miller

Marilyn Miller

Jeremiah's Vanishing New York: Ziegfeld Museum: Marilyn Miller

Jeremiah's Vanishing New York: Ziegfeld Museum: Marilyn Miller

Gaslightht ingrid Bergman in her first movie.  She wins Academy Award for it.

Gaslightht ingrid Bergman in her first movie. She wins Academy Award for it.

Publicity photo of Arline Chase from Cosmo March 1918. She was a dancer that popularized the "Shimmy" during WWI. She starred in Broadway hits such as "Very Good Eddie" (1915), "Leave It to Jane" (1917), and "The Night Boat" (1920). Her career was cut short by tuberculosis, the cause of her death at 25 in 1926.

Publicity photo of Arline Chase from Cosmo March 1918. She was a dancer that popularized the "Shimmy" during WWI. She starred in Broadway hits such as "Very Good Eddie" (1915), "Leave It to Jane" (1917), and "The Night Boat" (1920). Her career was cut short by tuberculosis, the cause of her death at 25 in 1926.

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