Mary Boland

Mary Boland
Paramount Pictures


Mary Boland
Film: South side of the 6100 block of Hollywood Boulevard
Born Jan. 28, 1880 in Philadelphia, PA
Died 1965 of heart attack in New York, NY

Mary Boland was an actress famous for her harebrained, fluttery characterizations on stage and screen.

Once John Drew's leading lady, she came to Hollywood in 1932 with more than 30 years of experience on the stage.

Some of the more important motion pictures in which she appeared were "Ruggles of Red Gap" (1935), 1939's "The Magnificent Fraud" and "The Women" and 1940's "New Moon" and "Pride and Prejudice."

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