MacDonald, Jeanette (Anna)
MacDonald, Jeanette (Anna)
MacDonald, Jeanette (Anna), American soprano; b. Philadelphia, June 18, 1903; d. Houston, Jan. 14, 1965. She started a career as a chorus girl and model in N.Y. (1920) and unexpectedly won encomia for her starring role in the musical The Magic Ring (1923). She then attained wide recognition as a singing actress via 29 films, especially those in which she paired with Nelson Eddy: Naughty Marietta (1935), Rose Marie (1936), Maytime (1937), The Girl of the Golden West (1938), Sweethearts (1939), New Moon (1940), Bittersweet (1940), and / Married an Angel (1942). She made a belated operatic debut as Juliette in Montreal (May 1944); she also sang in Chicago, but her voice was too small to meet the demands of the large opera halls.
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