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Nell O'Day

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Biography

Prairie Hill, Texas, USA
Born in Prairie Hill, Texas, in 1909, lovely Nell O'Day had the obvious breeding credentials to become a leading lady of westerns. She began as a child dancer in the early 1920s, later performing with the Tommy Atkins Sextet. This led to a part in the early musical King of Jazz (1930) and the stage play "Fine and Dandy" with dancer Eleanor Powell. This was impetus enough to make her stay and try her luck at a film career. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Eve Monroe

The Road to Ruin 1934

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Character: Maxwell's Secretary

This Side of Heaven 1934

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Character: Norma Reeves

Pony Post 1940

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Character: Jane Belden

Son of Roaring Dan 1940

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Character: Helen Osborne

Ragtime Cowboy Joe 1940

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Character: Young Girl at Benefit

Nice Girl? 1941

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Character: Elizabeth Saxel

Back Street 1941

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Character: Patti McDowell

Rawhide Rangers 1941

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Character: Claire Randolph

Arizona Cyclone 1941

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Character: Jean Malone

The Masked Rider 1941

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Character: Julie Fargo

Fighting Bill Fargo 1941

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Character: Mary Colby

Boss of Rawhide 1943

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