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Doris Hill was an actress from the 1920s to the 1930s. She was a vaudeville dancer who got her first movie role in 1926 and was selected as one of thirteen girls to be WAMPAS Baby Stars in 1929 (another was Jean Arthur). Some of her movies include: The Better 'Ole, Hotel Anchovy, Tangled Destinies, and His Glorious Night. But her career never really took off, and she appeared in a total of 36 movies, mostly B-westerns, until 1934, when she married and retired. She quickly divorced, but she quickly married again to Hollywood director, producer and writer Monte Brice, and she never appeared in another movie. Doris passed away in 1976 at the age of 70.
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