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Adolphe Menjou

Adolphe MenjouAKA Adolphe Jean Menjou

Born: 18-Feb-1890
Birthplace: Pittsburgh, PA
Died: 29-Oct-1963
Location of death: Beverly Hills, CA
Cause of death: Hepatitis
Remains: Buried, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: A Farewell to Arms

Military service: WWI (ambulance corps, Capt.)

Father: (hotel manager, French)
Mother: Nora Joyce (Irish)
Brother: Henri Menjou (b. 2-Jun-1891, d. 27-Jan-1956)
Wife: Kathryn Carver (m. 1928, div. 1934)
Wife: Katherine Tinsley (probably 1st wife)
Wife: Verree Teasdale (actress, m. 1934, until his death, one son adopted)

    High School: Culver Military Academy
    University: BS Engineering, Rutgers University

    Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals
    HUAC Hearings
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6822 Hollywood Blvd.

    Pollyanna (19-May-1960)
    I Married a Woman (Mar-1958)
    Paths of Glory (25-Dec-1957) · Gen. Broulard
    The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown (Aug-1957) · Arthur Martin
    Bundle of Joy (12-Dec-1956) · J. B. Merlin
    The Ambassador's Daughter (26-Jul-1956) · Sen. Jonathan Cartwright
    Timberjack (4-Feb-1955)
    Man on a Tightrope (4-Jun-1953)
    The Sniper (9-May-1952) · Lt. Frank Kafka
    Across the Wide Missouri (1-Oct-1951) · Pierre
    The Tall Target (17-Aug-1951) · Col. Caleb Jeffers
    To Please a Lady (13-Oct-1950) · Gregg
    Dancing in the Dark (2-Dec-1949)
    My Dream is Yours (15-Apr-1949) · Thomas Hutchins
    State of the Union (30-Apr-1948) · Jim Conover
    The Hucksters (27-Aug-1947) · Mr. Kimberly
    I'll Be Yours (2-Feb-1947)
    The Bachelor's Daughters (6-Sep-1946)
    Heartbeat (10-May-1946) · Ambassador
    Man Alive (16-Nov-1945)
    Step Lively (26-Jul-1944) · Wagner
    Sweet Rosie O'Grady (1-Oct-1943) · Morgan
    You Were Never Lovelier (5-Oct-1942) · Eduardo Acuña
    Syncopation (22-May-1942) · George Latimer
    Roxie Hart (20-Feb-1942) · Billy Flynn
    Father Takes a Wife (4-Sep-1941) · Senior
    Road Show (18-Feb-1941) · Col. Carraway
    Turnabout (17-May-1940)
    A Bill of Divorcement (13-May-1940) · Hilary Fairfield
    That's Right -- You're Wrong (24-Nov-1939) · Stacey Delmore
    Golden Boy (5-Sep-1939) · Tom Moody
    The Housekeeper's Daughter (1-Sep-1939)
    Thanks for Everything (23-Dec-1938)
    Letter of Introduction (5-Aug-1938)
    The Goldwyn Follies (28-Jan-1938)
    Stage Door (8-Oct-1937) · Anthony Powell
    One Hundred Men and a Girl (5-Sep-1937) · John Cardwell
    Café Metropole (28-Apr-1937)
    A Star Is Born (20-Apr-1937) · Oliver Niles
    One in a Million (31-Dec-1936)
    Sing, Baby, Sing (21-Aug-1936)
    The Milky Way (7-Feb-1936) · Gabby Sloan
    Broadway Gondolier (27-Jul-1935)
    Gold Diggers of 1935 (15-Mar-1935) · Nicoleff
    The Mighty Barnum (23-Dec-1934)
    Little Miss Marker (18-May-1934)
    Journal of a Crime (10-Mar-1934) · Paul
    Easy to Love (13-Jan-1934) · John
    The Worst Woman in Paris? (25-Nov-1933)
    Morning Glory (16-Aug-1933) · Louis Easton
    The Circus Queen Murder (10-Apr-1933) · Thatcher Colt
    A Farewell to Arms (8-Dec-1932) · Rinaldi
    Forbidden (15-Jan-1932) · Bob
    Prestige (12-Jan-1932) · Capt. Remy Baudoin
    Friends and Lovers (3-Oct-1931) · Capt. Geoffrey Roberts
    The Front Page (19-Mar-1931) · Walter Burns
    The Easiest Way (7-Feb-1931) · Willard Brockton
    Morocco (14-Nov-1930)
    The Marriage Circle (3-Feb-1924)
    A Woman of Paris (26-Sep-1923) · Pierre Revel
    The Sheik (30-Oct-1921) · Dr. Raoul de Saint Hubert
    The Three Musketeers (28-Aug-1921)

Author of books:
It Took Nine Tailors (1947, memoir)

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