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Rosemary Ames

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A graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, blonde Rosemary Ames (born Knowlton) starred in a London West End production of Late Night Final prior to entering films with the British-lensed Love on the Spot (1932). That led to a contract with Fox in Hollywood and she co-starred in such melodramas as I Believe in You (1934), as a naïve writer mixed up with Bohemian types in New York's Greenwich Village, and Our Little Girl (1935), as Shirley Temple's mother. There were a couple of others, but Fox obviously lost interest when I Believe in You proved a flop.

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RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Our Little Girl
  • Elsa Middleton
1935

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