Alice White

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Alice White relationship history


Alice White died on 19th February, 1983. Her last relationship was with Jack Roberts.

During her life she was married to Sy Bartlett from 1933 to 1937.

She also dated Jack Roberts from 1941 to 1949, Mervyn LeRoy in 1929, William Hinshaw, Jack Warburton and Dick Grace.

Alice White was rumored to have hooked up with Victor Fleming.
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Acting Credits


1958
The Ann Sothern Show (1958) (TV Show)
Anna

1949
Flamingo Road (1949)
Gracie

1942
Girls' Town
Nicky

1941
Flashy Blonde

1938
Marcella, Hotel Manicurist

1938
King of the Newsboys
Dolly

1937
Big City (1937)
Peggy Devlin

1937
Dottie Stengal

1935
Coronado (1935)
Violet Wray Hornbostel

1935
Sweet Music (1935)
Lulu Betts Malone

1934
Gift of Gab (1934)
Margot

1934
Mabel

1934
Didi Bonfee

1934
May

1934
A Very Honorable Guy
Hortense

1933
Polly

1933
Allison

1933
Evelyn

1933
Luxury Liner (1933)
Milli Stern

1931
Millie Scripps

1931
Miss Katherine Constance 'Kay' Elliott

1930
Dixie Dugan

1930
Sheba Miller

1930
Helen

1930
Polly

1930
Sweet Mama (1930)
Goldie

1929
Performer in 'If I Could Learn to Love' Number

1929
Dee Foster

1929
The Girl from Woolworth's
Pat King

1929
Hot Stuff (1929)
Barbara Allen

1928
Show Girl (1928)
Dixie Dugan

1928
Naughty Baby (1928)
Rosalind McGill

1928
The Big Noise
Sophie Sloval

1928
Trapeze Performer

1928
Harold Teen (1928)
Giggles Dewberry

1928
Lingerie
Angele Ree

1928
Mad Hour
Aimee

1927
The Private Life of Helen of Troy
Adraste

1927
The Dove (1927)
Bit

1927
Loulou

1927
Claire O'Riley

1927
The Sea Tiger (1927)
Manuella

1927
The Satin Woman
Jean Taylor

Soundtrack Credits


1933
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1930
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1930
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1930
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1930
Sweet Mama (1930)
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1929
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1929
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1929
The Girl from Woolworth's
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Director Mervyn LeRoy often said that Alice White was a Dumb Blond, and could not act without a cue card.

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Biography

Alice White (August 24, 1904, Paterson, New Jersey – February 19, 1983, Los Angeles, California) was an American film actress.

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First Name
Alva (Alice)
Middle Name
Maiden Name
White
Full Name at Birth
Alva Violet White
Other Names
Alva White
Alice White
Alva Violet White
Age
78 (age at death)
Date of Birth
Birthplace
Date of Death
Location of Death
Cause of Death
Height
Build
Hair Color
Distinctive Features
Helmet blonde hairdo
Star Sign
Sexuality
Ethnicity
Nationality
High School
University
Occupation
Actress (44 credits) Soundtrack (9 credits) Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
Occupation Category
Claim to Fame
Sea Tiger" (1927)
Year(s) Active
1927–1949
Official Website
Father
Mother
Marion Alexander (profesional actress)
Pets
Ching-a-Ling the Chow
Snoots the Sheepdog

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