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Ann Dvorak
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    (August 2, 1911-December 10, 1979)
    Born in New York City, New York
    Birth name was Anna McKim
    Appeared in the films 'Ramona' (1916), 'The Hollywood Revue of 1929' (1929), 'Dance, Fools, Dance' (1931), 'Scarface' (1932), 'Love Is a Racket' (1932), 'Three on a Match' (1932), 'Murder in the Clouds' (1934), 'The Case of the Stuttering Bishop' (1937), 'This Was Paris' (1942), 'Masquerade in Mexico' (1945) and 'The Secret of Convict Lake' (1951)
    She started as a child star, billed as 'Baby Anna Lehr.'
    Her film career largely petered out following a contract dispute with Warner Brothers.
    She was married three times, divorced twice.
    She said of her stage name, 'I have had quite a time with the name, having been called practically everything from Balzac to Bickelsrock.'
    While a chorus girl in MGM musicals, she also worked as a dance instructor and assistant choreographer.
    Her dispute with Warner Brothers was triggered by the discovery that she was making the same salary as the five-year-old playing her son in 'Three on a Match.'
    During World War II, she worked as an ambulance driver in England.
    After retiring from films, she became a bibliophile, with a valuable collection of first editions dating back to 1703.

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