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Actress, Dorothy Hart, was born on Apr 4, 1922 in Cleveland, OH. Hart died at the age of 82 on Jul 11, 2004 in Arden, NC .



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By Art on Apr 4, 2011 From Classic Cinema Gold

? ? , born April 4, 1922 in Cleveland, Ohio was an American screen actress who was considered one of the top supporting actresses of her day. Dorothy was very beautiful, standing 5 ft 6 in, with green eyes and auburn hair, with an elegance and grace not often seen. She started modeling ... Read full article

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She won (over 20,000 contestants) a movie contract at Columbia Studios when a newspaperman friend entered her picture in Columbia's "National Cover Girl" contest in 1944. Instead of taking the contract, she studied drama at the Cleveland Playhouse and in New York because she felt she "wasn't ready." A few years later, Columbia signed her and she made her debut in Gunfighters (1947) with Randolph Scott.

While living in New York, Eleanor Roosevelt appointed her to the American Association of the United Nations' speakers committee.

For her last film Loan Shark (1952) co-starring George Raft, she replaced an ailing (and alcoholic) Gail Russell at the very last minute

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