Addie McPhail

Addie McPhail
1905 - 2003

Addie McPhail  American Actress

Age
97
Zodiac

Addie McPhail (July 15, 1905 – April 14, 2003) was an American film actress. She appeared in 64 films between 1927 and 1941. She was the third and final wife of Fatty Arbuckle....

Confirmed Relationships2
Longest Relationship3 yrs, 5 mths
Shortest Relationship1 yr, 6 mths
Average Relationship Length2 yrs, 5 mths
First Name Addie
Last Name McPhail
Full Name at Birth Addie Oakley Dukes
Alternative Name Addie Oakley Dukes McPhail, Addie McPhail
Age 97 (age at death) years
Birthday 15th July, 1905
Birthplace White Plains, Kentucky
Died 14th April, 2003
Place of Death Canoga Park, California
Cause of Death Natural Causes
Build Slim
Eye Color Brown - Dark
Hair Color Brown - Dark
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
Occupation Actress
Year(s) Active 1927-1941, 1927–1941
Family Member Lindsay McPhail, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Marilyn McPhail
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Partner Comparison

NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
Addie McPhail97 CancerActress
American
Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle46 AriesActor
American
Lindsay Mcphail69 ScorpioMusician
American

Children

NameGenderBornAge
Marilyn
Female29th March, 193185 years old

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
The Cowboy and the Blonde1941 Cafe Hostess (uncredited) Movie
Northwest Passage1940 Jane Browne (uncredited) Movie
Women of Glamour1937 Minor Role (uncredited) Movie
The Brain Busters1936 Mrs. Ferguson Short Film
Two Lame Ducks1936 Movie
Bordertown1935 Carter's Girl (uncredited) Movie
Diamond Jim1935 Movie
It's in the Air1935 Movie
Merry Wives of Reno1934 Mrs. Dillingworth (uncredited) Movie
By Your Leave1934 Gloria Dawn (uncredited) Movie
The Super Snooper1934 Short Film
Old Gypsy Custom, An1934 Movie
Making the Rounds1934 Movie
For the Love of Ludwig1932 Helen Roberts Short Film
Hollywood Luck1932 Short Film
Keep Laughing1932 Short Film
Corsair1931 Jean Phillips Movie
Girls Demand Excitement1931 Sue Street (uncredited) Movie
Aloha1931 Rosalie Movie
Dance Hall Marge1931 Molly Short Film
The Fainting Lover1931 Mrs. Roberts Short Film
Beach Pajamas1931 Short Film
Marriage Rows1931 Winnie Short Film
Smart Work1931 Billy's Wife Short Film
Ex-Plumber1931 Addie - The Wife Short Film
Shooting of Dan the Duck, The1931 Movie
That's News to Me1931 Movie
Strife of the Party1931 Movie
The Way of All Fish1931 Ned's Wife Short Film
The Three Sisters1930 Antonia Movie
Midnight Daddies1930 Trixie - Charlie's Sweetheart Movie
Bitter Friends1930 Movie
Extravagance1930 Helen - Fred's Secretary (uncredited) Movie
How's My Baby?1930 Movie
Live and Learn1930 Movie
Night Work1930 Trixie Movie
Peace and Harmony1930 Movie
Scotch1930 Addie Short Film
Western Knights1930 Al's Girl Friend Movie
Hold the Baby1930 Movie
Up a Tree1930 Addie Short Film
Won by a Neck1930 Short Film
Oh Darling1930 Movie
Trouble for Two1930 Movie
One Nutty Night1930 Movie
Rich Uncles1930 The Bride Movie
Boss's Orders, The1930 Movie
The Barber's Daughter1929 Short Film
The Big Palooka1929 Aimee - Homer's Sweetheart Short Film
Lunkhead, The1929 Minor Role (unconfirmed) Movie
Madhouse, The1929 Movie
Ticklish Business1929 Movie
Don't Get Excited1929 Movie
Taking the Count1929 Movie
Anybody Here Seen Kelly?1928 Mrs. Hickson Movie
Big Bluff, A1928 Movie
A Full House1928 Short Film
Her Only Husband1928 Short Film
Horse Play1928 Mrs. Jones Short Film
Indoor Golf1928 Mrs. Jones Short Film
McGinnis vs. Jones1928 Movie
Meet the Count1928 Mrs. Jones Short Film
Reel Life1928 Mrs. Jones Short Film
Start Something1928 Mrs. Jones Short Film
Jack and Jilted1928 Movie
She Said No1928 Short Film
Newlyweds' Mistake, The1927 Movie
Keeping in Trim1927 Mrs. Jones Movie
Passing the Joneses1927 Mrs. Jones Short Film
Showing Off1927 Mrs. Jones Short Film
Society Breaks1927 Mrs. Jones Short Film
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