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Alice Faye
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Actress
    (May 5, 1915-May 9, 1998)
    Birth Name is Alice Jeanne Leppert
    Acted in 'Scandals (1934),' 'Sing, Baby, Sing (1936),' 'On the Avenue (1937),' 'In Old Chicago (1937),' 'Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938),' 'Rose of Washington Square (1939),' 'Hollywood Cavalcade (1939),' 'Lillian Russell (1940),' 'Tin Pan Alley (1940),' ' That Night in Rio (1941),' 'Weekend in Havana (1941),' 'The Gang's All Here (1943),' 'Hello, Frisco, Hello (1943),' 'Fallen Angel (1945),' and 'State Fair (1962)'
    Best known for her performance in 'In Old Chicago (1937)'
    Sang 'You'll Never Know,' 'Goodnight, My Love,' and 'This Year's Kisses'
    She was divorced.
    She was born in Hell's Kitchen.
    She dropped out of high school at fourteen to be a chorus girl.
    She lied about her age to become a chorus girl.
    She looked like Jean Harlow.
    She was 20th Century Fox's answer to Jeanette Macdonald.
    She almost exclusively appeared in musicals.
    She is more popular in Britain than in the US.
    She constantly feuded with producer Darryl F. Zanuck.
    She was so upset that Darryl F. Zanuck cut so much of her screen time in 'Fallen Angel (1945),' that she stormed out of the studio and didn't return for 14 years.
    Don Ameche said 'Zanuck never did anything but be nice to me. Oh yeah, maybe he chased Alice Faye around, but a lot of people chased Alice Faye around.'
    Betty Grable replaced her as 'Hollywood's favorite musical comedy actress of 1945,' damaging her career.
    Her father was a police officer.
    She was a fine actress who was rarely given a chance to demonstrate her ability.
    She was one of 20th Century Fox's biggest stars second only to Shirley Temple.
    She introduced almost twice as many 'Hit Parade' songs in her movies as Betty Grable, Doris Day, and Judy Garland.
    She was good friends with Fox rival, Betty Grable, although the press claimed otherwise.
    After making 'State Fair (1962),' she said 'I don't know what happened to the picture business. I'm sorry I went back to find out. Such a shame'
    She valued her family over her film career.
    She had a star on the walk of fame.

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