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Ethelind Terry

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Having scored in Florenz Ziegfeld's Kid Boots (1923) and Rio Rita (1927), Broadway's Ethelind Terry enjoyed the dubious distinction of making her screen debut in the almost universally loathed Lord Byron of Broadway (1929), one of those leaden, early screen operettas that threatened to ruin the genre for good. The disaster kept her away from Hollywood until 1937 and a minor role in a very minor B-Western, the Tex Ritter opus Arizona Days, in which she received no onscreen billing whatsoever and but a single line of dialogue. Terry was briefly wed in 1942 to screen actor Dick Purcell, who complained in court that their life together "seriously jeopardized" his "health and well-being."



No Score Yet Arizona Days
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No Score Yet Lord Byron Of Broadway
  • Ardis Trevelyn

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