Jeanette Loff Movies List

Jeanette Loff
Jeanette Loff
Cronno - Idaho - USA
The Racketeer

Actor Jeanette Loff Filmography

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      Hide-Out ( English )
      Director: W.S. Van Dyke
      Release date: 24-08-1934
      King of Jazz
      King of Jazz ( English )
      Artist: Paul Whiteman , John Boles , Laura La Plante , Jeanette Loff , Glenn Tryon
      Director: John Murray Anderson , Pál Fejös
      Release date: 20-04-1930
      Party Girl
      Party Girl ( English )
      Artist: Douglas Fairbanks , Jr. , Jeanette Loff , Judith Barrie , Marie Prevost
      Director: Earl Burtnett
      Release Year: 1930
      The Racketeer
      The Racketeer ( English )
      Director: Howard Higgin , George Webster
      Release date: 09-11-1929
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          Jeanette Loff Biography

          Jeanette Loff was born Janette Löv in Orofino, Idaho, on October 9, 1906. Her father Maurice was a successful violinist who moved their family to Canada when Jeanette was a child. She loved to sing and she studied music at the Ellison and White Conservatory. At age sixteen she had a starring role in the operetta Treasure Hunters. Jeanette moved to Oregon and got a job playing the organ. She made her acting debut in the 1927 film Uncle Tom's Cabin. Cecil B. Demille offered her a contract and she quickly became one of Hollywood busiest starlets. In 1928 she appeared in Annapolis, Love Over Night, and Hold 'Em Yale. After her parents divorced Jeanette's mother Inga and sisters Irene and Myrtle came to live with her in California. Jeanette married a salesman named Harry Rosenbloom but they divorced in 1929. She also had a love affairs with producer Paul Bern, song writer Walter O'Keefe, and actor Gilbert Roland. Jeanette got the chance to show off her soprano voice in films like King Of Jazz and Party Girl. By 1931 she was tired of playing ingénues and decided to take a break from making movies. She moved to New York city and starred in several Broadway shows. Jeanette tried to make a comeback with the 1934 drama St. Louis Woman but it was not a hit. After a few more small roles her career stalled. Her final film was the comedy Million Dollar Baby. She retired from acting and married producer and liquor salesman Bert E. Friedlob. Sadly she did not get to enjoy her new life for very long. On August 5, 1942 Jeanette died after ingesting ammonia. She was only thirty-five years old. Although many believe she committed suicide her death may have been accidental. Her family does not believe she took her own life. Jeanette is buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California.

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