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Mabel Todd

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Biography

Los Angeles, California, USA
Her voice sounded like a cross between Betty Boop and Donald Duck. Blonde screwball comedienne Mabel Todd (her actual name was Dobbs) started out in radio, performing novelty songs in shows like "The Komedy Kingdom". She went to Hollywood, where she found herself inevitably categorised as scatterbrained comedy relief. She was featured in some early Warner Brothers musicals, standing out for her idiosyncratic laughter and outsize personality in Hollywood Hotel (1937). She also made an impression as Dora Stanley, in Universal's Mystery of the White Room (1939). Read more...

Actor

Character: Dot Marshall

Hollywood Hotel 1937

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Character: Baby Beth Barton - Singer

Blues in the Night 1941

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