Virginia Verrill

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Santa Monica, California, USA
The American vocalist and actress Virginia Verrill is remembered chiefly for her singing "That Old Feeling" in the musical Vogues of 1938 (1937). From a musical family, Virginia entered the stage in her mother's vaudeville act as a toddler. By the age of three, she performed with the orchestra of Paul Whiteman, warbling "I Never Knew I Could Love Anybody". As a seasoned fifteen-year old big band vocalist, she won an audition (over 300 fellow applicants) for an off-screen rendition of the title song in Barbara Stanwyck's Ten Cents a Dance (1931). Read more...


Character: Off-screen Singing Voice

Ten Cents a Dance 1931

Character: Singer of 'All I Do Is Dream of You'

Hide-Out 1934