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Barbara Stanwyck [3]

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Born:July 16, 1907
Died:January 20, 1990 (82)
Filmography Rating:6.70 / 10
IMDB Rating:6.81 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.38 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:76.65%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
The Stolen Jools [1931](24) => Herself - Frank Fay's wife, an amateur poetess
Meet John Doe [1941](34) => Ann Mitchell
Lady of Burlesque [1943](36) => Deborah Hoople, aka Dixie Daisy

Trivia that mentions this person:
Meet John Doe [1941]
  • Frank Capra didn't want anyone to play John Doe except Gary Cooper, who agreed to the part (without reading a script) for two reasons: he had enjoyed working with Capra on Mr. Deeds Goes to Town and he wanted to work with Barbara Stanwyck.
  • Regarding the 'sweet potatoes' that Gary Cooper and Walter Brennan play, in addition to {Hi Diddle Dee Dee (An Actor's Life For Me)}, from Pinocchio: Brennan alone plays this on an ocarina (sweet potato), but Cooper plays a small harmonica. The tune they play as a duet, while Barbara Stanwyck is interviewing them, is The {William Tell Overture, Finale} by [?] Rossini ({The Lone Ranger Theme}). Cooper explains the reason Brennan likes him is that they both play 'Doohickeys'.
  • [The Screen Guild Theater] broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on September 28, 1941 with Gary Cooper, Barbara Stanwyck and Edward Arnold reprising their film roles.
    Swing High Swing Low [1937]
  • The play, Burlesque, opened on Broadway in New York City, New York, USA on 1 September 1927 and closed in July 1928 after 372 performances. The opening night cast included Barbara Stanwyck, Oscar Levant and Charles D. Brown. It was revived in 1946 and ran for 2 seasons with Bert Lahr and Jean Parker.