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Rosemary DeCamp

Rosemary DeCampBorn: 14-Nov-1910
Birthplace: Prescott, AZ
Died: 20-Feb-2001
Location of death: Torrance, CA
Cause of death: Pneumonia
Remains: Cremated, ashes given to family

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Yankee Doodle Dandy

Her house was damaged on 7 July 1946 when it was struck by the wing of an experimental XF-11 airplane piloted by Howard Hughes. Nobody was injured inside the house, though Hughes suffered substantial injuries.

Husband: John Ashton Shidler (m. 1941, d. 1998, four daughters)
Daughter: Margaret
Daughter: Martha
Daughter: Valerie
Daughter: Nita

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1642 Vine St. (television)

    That Girl Helen Marie (Ann Marie's mother, 1966-70)
    Petticoat Junction Aunt Helen (1964-68)
    The Bob Cummings Show Margaret MacDonald (Bob's sister, 1955-58)

    Saturday the 14th (30-Oct-1981) · Aunt Lucille
    13 Ghosts (Jul-1960) · Hilda Zorba
    Strategic Air Command (25-Mar-1955) · Mrs. Thorne
    Many Rivers to Cross (23-Feb-1955) · Lucy Hamilton
    Main Street to Broadway (13-Oct-1953)
    So This Is Love (15-Jul-1953)
    By the Light of the Silvery Moon (26-Mar-1953) · Mrs. Winfield
    The Treasure of Lost Canyon (1-Mar-1952)
    Scandal Sheet (16-Jan-1952)
    On Moonlight Bay (26-Jul-1951) · Mrs. Winfield
    Night Into Morning (8-Jun-1951)
    The Big Hangover (26-May-1950)
    The Story of Seabiscuit (11-Nov-1949) · Mrs. Charles S. Howard
    Look for the Silver Lining (23-Jun-1949) · Mrs. Miller
    Night Unto Night (10-Jun-1949)
    The Life of Riley (16-Apr-1949)
    Nora Prentiss (21-Feb-1947) · Lucy Talbot
    Two Guys from Milwaukee (26-Jul-1946) · Nan
    From This Day Forward (2-Mar-1946)
    Danger Signal (14-Nov-1945) · Dr. Jane Silla
    Weekend at the Waldorf (5-Oct-1945) · Anna
    Rhapsody in Blue (22-Sep-1945) · Momma Gershwin
    Pride of the Marines (7-Aug-1945) · Virginia Pfeiffer
    Blood on the Sun (26-Apr-1945) · Edith Miller
    Practically Yours (20-Dec-1944)
    The Merry Monahans (15-Sep-1944)
    This Is the Army (29-Jul-1943) · Ethel Jones
    City Without Men (14-Jan-1943)
    Commandos Strike at Dawn (30-Dec-1942) · Hilma Arnesen
    Eyes in the Night (16-Oct-1942) · Vera Hoffman
    Yankee Doodle Dandy (6-Jun-1942) · Nellie Cohan
    Jungle Book (3-Apr-1942) · Messua
    Hold Back the Dawn (31-Jul-1941) · Berta Kurz
    Cheers for Miss Bishop (21-Feb-1941) · Minna Fields

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