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  • Sue Carol - Wikipedia

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    Sue Carol (October 30, 1906 – February 4, 1982) was an American actress and talent agent. While at a social function in Los Angeles in 1927, a director offered her ...

  • Sue Carol (1906 - 1982) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Actress. Wife of actor Alan Ladd. She was 20 years old when she entered film work. Her first role was a bit part in "Soft Cushions" in 1927. Directors liked the way ...

  • Sue Carol Ladd, Ex-Actress And Widow of Alan Ladd, 72 ...

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    HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 5— Sue Carol Ladd, an actress and widow of Alan Ladd, died Thursday of complications from a heart attack suffered two weeks ago, at the ...

  • Sue Carol - Biography - IMDb

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    Sue Carol was born Evelyn Jean Lederer on October 30, 1906 in Chicago, Illinois, to Caroline (Schmidt) and Samuel Lederer. Her parents were Jewish immigrants (from ...

  • Sue Carol Ladd - Hollywood Star Walk - Los Angeles Times

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    S ue Carol Ladd was a movie star who quit to become a star-maker. As Sue Carol, she was one of Hollywood's brightest stars from 1927 to 1935, inspiring Victor Young's ...

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