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Frances Dee and Joel McCrea.

Frances Marion Dee Was Bown On November 26, 1909 And Died On March
06, 2004 And was an American actress. She starred opposite Maurice
Chevalier in the early talkie musical, The Playboy of Paris 1930. She
starred in the film An American Tragedy 1931 in the role played by
Elizabeth Taylor in the 1951 remake A Place in the Sun. Dee's
additional screen credits included Little Women, Of Human Bond
Becky Sharp, and Payment on Demand. She Co Starred with McCrea in
Four Faces West 1948.

Joel McCrea Was Born as Joel Albert McCrea On November 5, 1905 To
October 20, 1990 was an American Film Actor. He worked as an extra in
films from 1927 before being cast in a major role in The Jazz Age
1929. A contract with MGM followed, and then another with RKO. He
established himself as a handsome leading man who was considered
versatile enough to star in both dramas and comedies. In the 1930s,
McCrea starred Bird of Paradise, directed by King Vidor, causing
controversy for his scenes with Dolores del Rio. Later, starred in
two large scale Westerns, Wells Fargo 1937 with wife to be Francis
Dee and Cecil B. DeMille's Union Pacific 1939 with Barbara Stanwyck.
He reached the peak of his early career in the early 1940s, in such
films as Alfred Hitchcock's Foreign Correspondent 1940 And two by
Preston Sturges, Sullivan's Travels 1941, And The Palm Beach Story
1942. During his Lifetime, McCrea and his Wife Frances lived, raised
their children, and rode their horses on their ranch in what was then
an unincorporated area of Eastern Ventura County, California.

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