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Helen Cohan

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George M. Cohan's brunette daughter made her stage debut in his 1928 success Billie and later co-starred with her legendary father in the short-lived Frienship (1931). She made her screen debut a year earlier playing Will Rogers' daughter in Lightnin' (1930) and later co-starred opposite Regis Toomey in the 1932 potboiler The Penal Code. Although she was voted a 1934 WAMPAS Baby Star, her only subsequent screen appearance came in Kiss and Make-Up (1934), a Paramount programmer showcasing the year's bevy of "Babies." Cohan was married to Colonel Ralph Isham.

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MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Kiss and Make-Up
  • Radio Announcer
1934
No Score Yet The Penal Code
  • Marguerite ('Margie') Shannon
1932

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