Dorothy Arnold

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Birthday: Nov 21, 1917
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A nightclub dancer, blond Dorothy Arnold (born Olson) enjoyed a brief stint with Universal in the late '30s -- notably as the imperiled heroine of Bela Lugosi's 1939 serial The Phantom Creeps and as the undercover chorus girl in the whodunit House of Fear (1939) -- before retiring to become the first wife of baseball great Joe DiMaggio. Their marriage lasted until 1952 but ended in a protracted court battle over a son, Joseph DiMaggio III. With her third husband, Gary Peck, she later ran a successful supper club in Palm Springs, Charcoal Charley's, where she often performed. Dorothy Arnold died from pancreatic cancer.



No Score Yet Lizzie Elizabeth's Mother 1958
No Score Yet You Can't Cheat an Honest Man Debutante 1939
No Score Yet The Phantom Creeps Jean 1939
No Score Yet Manhattan Merry-Go-Round uncredited dancer 1937


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