Virginia Cherrill Overview:

Actress, Virginia Cherrill, was born Dollie Virginia Cherrill on Apr 12, 1908 in Carthage, IL. Cherrill died at the age of 88 on Nov 14, 1996 in Santa Barbara, CA and was laid to rest in Santa Barbara Cemetery in Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County, CA.



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

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Plum Pudding for Cary Grant, , Clive Brook and You

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Bring Me Some Figgy Pudding Lillian Harvey 1934 Phillips Cigarette Card Bring it right here. Sentiments from the traditional Christmas carol, We wish you a Merry Christmas. Cary Grant, Lillian Harvey, Miriam Jordan, Clive Brook, Ronald Colman and many others said this about their beloved Chr... Read full article

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By Annmarie Gatti on Apr 12, 2013 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Born April 12, 1908 Actress ! appeared in only 15 films, retiring from acting in 1933 after her marriage to Cary Grant. Cherrill is undoubtedly best known for her role as the Blind Flower Girl in Charlie Chaplin’s silent masterpiece City Lights. Virginia Che... Read full article

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Douglas Worthington: Before three rounds are over, Grey will kiss the canvas.
Sandra Worthington: Lucky canvas.

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In her 1935 divorce from actor Cary Grant, she received $50,000, which was equivalent to 50% of his community property at the time.

Through her third marriage she became stepmother of the father of William Villiers and aunt of the mother of Bart Ruspoli.

Perhaps remembered as the blind flower-monger in Charles Chaplin's City Lights (1931).

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