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Norma Drury Boleslavsky

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Biography

Massachusetts, USA
Norma Drury, a talented young pianist, met and fell in love with theatrical director Richard Boleslavsky (Boleslawski) when both were working on the New York stage play "Mr Moneypenny" in 1928-29. Boleslavsky divorced his Russian wife of 12 years, Natalia (Shimkevich) Boleslavsky, and married the younger pianist in 1929, after which the newlyweds moved to Los Angeles where Boleslavsky began his career as a film director.

Norma (Drury) Boleslavsky played piano on- or off-camera, and/or acted dramatic roles, in appx. 13 films between 1932 and 1945 (e.g. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Cousin Nell - Clemson's Friend

Unfinished Business 1941

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Character: Mrs. Leo Roskowski

The Sky's the Limit 1943

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Character: Duchess of Orleans

A Song to Remember 1945

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Character: Queen of Naples

That Hamilton Woman 1941

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