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1947 Press Photo Mary Philips Film Actress London - RRS13875

AdID: 2066087

Availability: In stock

Part Number: RRS13875

Height: 8

Width: 10


Mary Philips (January 23, 1901 – April 22, 1975) was an American stage and film actress. Born in New London, Connecticut, she was the only child of Anna Hurley and Charles Philips of New Haven. She was educated in New Haven at what was then St. Mary's Academy. In 1920 she made her stage debut as a chorus girl. She then went on to have a very successful stage career appearing in such shows as The Postman Always Rings Twice (1936) and Chicken Every Sunday (1944). She had a long working relationship with the New York theatre and as her own personal scrapbook shows, worked closely with such greats as George M. Cohan. In 1924 she appeared in the Broadway play Nerves with Humphrey Bogart and Kenneth MacKenna, both life-long friends and future husbands.
Photo date: 7/1/1947
Photo measures 10 x 8 in.


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Date of Creation 1947
SKU RRS13875
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Original or Reprint? Original Press Photo