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Frances Dee Overview:

Actress, Frances Dee, was born Frances Marion Dee on Nov 26, 1909 in Los Angeles, CA. Dee died at the age of 94 on Mar 6, 2004 in Norwalk, CT .

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She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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From the Archives - Joel McCrea and

By The Metzinger Sisters on Sep 20, 2016 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

This featured photo from the archives depicts that real-life cowboy Joel McCrea with his wife bedecked in rancher's apparel. McCrea and Dee were both box-office drawing actors when they met on the set of The Silver Cord ( 1933 ). The McCreas owned a 3,000 acre spread in Thousand Oaks, Ca... Read full article


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Frances Dee Quotes:

Boss Thomas 'Tom' Cameron: Everybody has to start by knocking on some doors.
Sabra Cameron: But they don't have to break them down.


Robert Phelps: [Mummy's boy to ex-fiancee] What are you going to do?
Hester: I don't know... Yes I do, I'm going to marry an orphan!


Betsy Connell: [first lines, narration] I walked with a zombie... sounds strange to say.


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The nonagenarian actress was a huge hit at the 1998 Memphis Film Festival in Tunica, Mississippi. Dee's biographer Andrew Wentink said she gained new fame in the 1990s for her role in films that forced the adoption of a Hollywood code on morality in the 1930s.

She accepted the role in I Walked with a Zombie (1943) so that she could use her salary to purchase a new automobile for her mother.

Initially had a screen test for the role of "Scarlett O'Hara" and was actually George Cukor's first choice for the role of "Melanie" in Gone with the Wind (1939), but was deemed by David O. Selznick as being too similar in beauty to Vivien Leigh to play the role. Olivia de Havilland was then given the part.

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