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Frances Langford Overview:

Actress, Frances Langford, was born Frances Newbern on Apr 4, 1913 in Lakeland, FL. Langford died at the age of 92 on Jul 11, 2005 in Jensen Beach, FL .



She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Motion Pictures and Radio.

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Frances Langford Quotes:

[Trying to get the $300 needed to open the school]
Eileen Eilers: I'm president of the student body and prepared for almost ANY sacrifice.

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Frances Langford Facts
She gave her last public concert in 1966 during a tour for the US forces in Vietnam.

She was awarded 2 Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Radio at 1525 Vine Street and for Motion Pictures at 1500 Vine Street in Hollywood, California.

She divorced first husband Jon Hall but they remained friends until his suicide in 1979; she was left a widow in 1986 by second husband Ralph Evinrude, whose family made the famous outboard motors; third husband Harold Stuart, a former assistant secretary of the Air Force under President Truman, survived her. She had no children.

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