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Virginia Bruce
Virginia Bruce
Minneapolis - Minnesota - USA
Woman Trap

Actor Virginia Bruce Filmography

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That's Entertainment Collection
Director: Jack Haley Jr.
Release date: 21-06-1974
Strangers When We Meet
Director: Richard Quine
Music Director: George Duning
Release date: 29-06-1960
Salgin ( English )
Artist: Virginia Bruce , Kenan Artun , Metin Birer , Gloria Doman , Edward Yeretz
Director: Ali Ipar
Release Year: 1954
State Department: File 649
Artist: William Lundigan , Virginia Bruce , Jonathan Hale , Frank Ferguson , Richard Loo
Director: Sam Newfield
Release date: 11-02-1949
Night Has a Thousand Eyes
Director: John Farrow
Music Director: Victor Young
Release date: 13-10-1948
Brazil ( English )
Director: Joseph Santley
Release date: 30-11-1944
Action in Arabia
Action in Arabia ( English )
Director: Leonide Moguy , Léonide Moguy
Music Director: Roy Webb
Release date: 18-02-1944
Careful, Soft Shoulder
Artist: Virginia Bruce , James Ellison , Aubrey Mather , Sheila Ryan , Ralph Byrd
Release date: 18-09-1942
Pardon My Sarong
Pardon My Sarong ( English )
Artist: Bud Abbott , Lou Costello , Virginia Bruce , Robert Paige , Lionel Atwill
Director: Erle C. Kenton
Music Director: Frank Skinner
Release date: 07-08-1942
Adventure in Washington
Director: Alfred E. Green
Music Director: W. Franke Harling
Release date: 29-05-1941
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Virginia Bruce Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Virginia Bruce (September 29, 1910 – February 24, 1982) was an American actress and singer. Born Helen Virginia Briggs in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 1928, she moved with her family to Los Angeles intending to enroll in the University of California, Los Angeles when a friendly wager sent her seeking film work. She got it as an extra in Why Bring That Up?. In 1930 she appeared on Broadway in the musical Smiles, followed by America's Sweetheart in 1931. She returned to Hollywood in 1932, where on August 10, 1932, she married John Gilbert, her co-star in the film Downstairs. She retired briefly after the birth of their daughter Susan Ann Gilbert. The couple divorced in 1934, and Virginia returned to a hectic schedule of film appearances. Gilbert died two years later in 1936. Bruce introduced the Cole Porter standard "I've Got You Under My Skin" in the film Born to Dance and co-starred in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musical The Great Ziegfeld. One of her final film appearances was in Strangers When We Meet. In 1949, Bruce starred in a daily 30-minute radio drama. Make Believe Town was an afternoon program on CBS. Bruce married her second husband, film director J. Walter Ruben, in 1937, making the Wallace Beery western The Bad Man of Brimstone with him that year. Together they had a son named Christopher (b. 1941), before Ruben's death in 1942. In 1946, Bruce married Ali Ipar. They divorced in 1951 in order for him to receive a commission in the Turkish Military (which forbade promotions of men married to foreigners), but remarried in 1952 before divorcing again in 1964. Bruce died of cancer on February 24, 1982, at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, California. She was 71.

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