Wednesday, December 24, 2014

RIP Rosella Towne

RIP Rosella Towne
Rosella Towne was an American film actress. She was born on January 20, 1918 in Youngstown, Ohio. Her film career began in 1937, after making a screen test for Warner Bros. and signing a contract for the studio. At first she made minor appearances in motion pictures such as Varsity Show, It's Love I'm After and Submarine D-1. In 1939, she got her first leading role when she was chosen to play the part of comic strip character Jane Arden in a film adaption. While touted by critics as a future star, Towne retired from show business after marrying screenwriter Harry Kronman. She died in late August 2014, aged 96.
TOWNE, Rosella
Born: 1/20/1918, Youngtown, Ohio, U.S.A.
Died: 8/?/2014, Hamden, Connecticut U.S.A.
Rosella Towne's westerns - actress:
Sons of the Plains - 1938
Cowboy from Brooklyn - 1938 (Panthea Landis)
Rocky Mountain Rangers - 1940 (Dorie Manners)

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