Vivian Blaine


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Birth Name: Vivian Blaine
Born: 11/21/1921
Birth Place: Newark, New Jersey, USA
Death Place: New York City, New York, USA
Died: 12/09/1995

Blaine made 11 films for Fox over the next four years, beginning with small roles in the drama "Through Different Eyes" and the comedy "Girl Trouble" (both 1942) With these exceptions her roles were in fluffy musicals and romantic comedies. Having threatened to quit unless her parts improved, Blaine played her first major role with the 1944 Carmen Miranda musical "Greenwich Village". Blaine teamed with Miranda again in "Something for the Boys" (1944) and "Doll Face" (1945), then went on to the pleasantly innocuous "Nob Hill" and "State Fair" (both 1945), "If I'm Lucky" and "Three Little Girls in Blue" (both 1946). Leaving films in frustration, she was touring in nightclub acts when her big c... Continue Bio >>


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