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Frances Langford

Frances LangfordAKA Frances Newbern

Born: 4-Apr-1914
Birthplace: Lakeland, FL
Died: 11-Jul-2005
Location of death: Jensen Beach, FL
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered at sea)

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Hooray for Hollywood

Husband: Jon Hall (actor, m. 4-Jun-1934, div. 1955)
Husband: Ralph Evinrude (business heir, m. 6-Oct-1955, d. 1986)
Husband: Harold Stuart (USAF official, m. 18-Nov-1994, until her death)

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1500 Vine St.

    The Glenn Miller Story (10-Dec-1953) · Herself
    Purple Heart Diary (12-Nov-1951) · Herself
    Deputy Marshal (28-Oct-1949)
    Melody Time (27-May-1948) · Herself [VOICE]
    Beat the Band (19-Feb-1947)
    The Bamboo Blonde (15-Jul-1946)
    Radio Stars on Parade (1-Aug-1945)
    Girl Rush (21-Oct-1944)
    Career Girl (11-Jan-1944)
    This Is the Army (29-Jul-1943) · Herself
    Cowboy in Manhattan (21-May-1943)
    Yankee Doodle Dandy (6-Jun-1942) · Singer
    Swing It Soldier (7-Nov-1941)
    All-American Co-Ed (31-Oct-1941) · Virginia
    Too Many Girls (8-Oct-1940) · Eileen Eilers
    Hollywood Hotel (20-Dec-1937) · Alice
    Born to Dance (27-Nov-1936) · "Peppy" Turner
    Broadway Melody of 1936 (25-Aug-1935) · Herself
    Every Night at Eight (2-Aug-1935)

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