Addie McPhail

Addie McPhail

Original Name Dukes
Birth
White Plains, Hopkins County, Kentucky, USA
Death 14 Apr 2003 (aged 97)
Canoga Park, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Burial Unknown
Memorial ID 7387177 · View Source
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Actress. She was the 3rd wife of comedian Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle who she was married to from 1932 until his death on June 29, 1933. She appeared in the films, "Northwest Passage" (1940), "Women Of Glamour" (1937), "Bordertown" (1935), "By Your Leave" (1934), "Merry Wives Of Reno" (1934), "The Super Snooper" (1934), "An Old Gypsy Custom" (1934), "For The Love Of Ludwig" (1932), "Fainting Lover" (1931), "Aloha" (1931), "Girls Demand Excitement" (1931), "Dance Hall Marge" (1931), "Marriage Rows" (1931), "Up A Tree" (1930), "Extravagance" (1930), "Won By A Neck" (1930), "Midnight Daddies" (1930), "Night Work" (1930), "How's My Baby?" (1930), "Peace And Harmony" (1930), "Western Knights" (1930), "The Three Sisters" (1930), "Oh Darling" (1930), "Scotch" (1930), "The Lunkhead" (1929), "Ticklish Business" (1929), "The Big Palooka" (1929), "Anybody Here Seen Kelly?" (1928), and "A Big Bluff" (1928).

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