Blane, Sally (1910–1997)
Blane, Sally (1910–1997)
American actress. Born Elizabeth Jane Young in Salt Lake City in 1910; died in Palm Springs, California, Aug 27, 1997; sister of Loretta Young (actress), Polly Ann Young, and Georgiana Young; m. Norman Foster (actor-director), in 1934 (died 1976).
Made film debut during silent era, appearing in Casey at the Bat (1927); other films include Outlawed (1929), Annabelle's Affairs (1931), The Spirit of Notre Dame (1931), Ten Cents a Dance (1931), I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932), The Phantom Express (1932), Pride of the Legion (1932), Advice to the Lovelorn (1933), The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939) and Way Down South (1939).
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