Rosemary Ames

as Norma McLeod in the movie Mr. Quincey of Monte Carlo

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Was born at 11 December 1906 in Evanston, Illinois, USA . Died at 15 April 1988, Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, USA (natural causes)
There is some small facts about Rosemary Ames:
  • Her father was Knowlton Lyman (Snake) Ames, who played fullback for Princeton in the 1880s.
  • Blonde leading lady of the 1930's, a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She was launched by Fox as a potential star for the film I Believed in You (1934) . However, despite the fanfare, the film flopped at the box office and Rosemary was dropped by the studio after her contract expired. She left films thereafter.
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There is the list of movies, where Rosemary Ames was taked part:
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1 Mr. Quincey of Monte Carlo movie Mr. Quincey of Monte Carlo 1933 as Norma McLeod
2 Such Women Are Dangerous movie Such Women Are Dangerous 1934 as Helen Hallock
3 I Believed in You movie I Believed in You 1934 as True Merrill
4 Love on the Spot movie Love on the Spot 1932 as Joan Prior
5 One More Spring movie One More Spring 1935 as Miss Weber, Sheridan's Secretary
6 Our Little Girl movie Our Little Girl 1935 as Elsa Middleton
7 Pursued movie Pursued 1934 as Mona
8 The Great Hotel Murder movie The Great Hotel Murder 1935 as Eleanor Blake
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