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Jean Arthur
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Actress
    (October 17, 1900-June 19, 1991)
    Birth name is Gladys Georgianna Greene
    Best known as Saunders in 'Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)'
    Appeared in 'Seven Chances (1925),' 'The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchi (1929),' 'Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936),' 'Adventure in Manhattan (1936),' 'You Can't Take It with You (1938),' 'Only Angels Have Wings (1939),' 'The More the Merrier (1943)' and 'Shane (1953)'
    Died of heart failure (1991)
    She was divorced.
    She had a squeaky voice.
    She was a director's nightmare.
    Her own CBS sitcom, 'The Jean Arthur Show,' only lasted eleven weeks.
    She insisted on being photographed only from her right side.
    She was Frank Capra's favorite actress.
    She was considered for the role of Scarlett O'Hara in 'Gone With the Wind (1939).'
    Director George Stevens once called her 'one of the greatest comediennes the screen has ever seen.'
    She was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar for 'The More the Merrier (1943).'
    She taught drama after retiring from films.

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