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Charles Ruggles with Mary Boland

Charles Ruggles with Mary Boland

8th Academy Awards - March 5, 1936. Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture - "Ruggles of Red Gap", directed by Leo McCarey (1898-1969). Pictured : Charlie Ruggles (1886-1970), Charles Laughton (1899-1962) and Mary Boland (1882-1965)

8th Academy Awards - March 5, 1936. Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture - "Ruggles of Red Gap", directed by Leo McCarey (1898-1969). Pictured : Charlie Ruggles (1886-1970), Charles Laughton (1899-1962) and Mary Boland (1882-1965)

Mary Boland & Gracie Allen

Mary Boland & Gracie Allen

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Mary Boland at the right with another popular character actor, Edward  Everett Horton...

Mary Boland at the right with another popular character actor, Edward Everett Horton...

Face the Music 1932  It followed The Band Wagon into the same theatre.  Berlin's "Let's Have Another Cup of Coffee" depicted socialites impoverished by the Depression dining with the poor at the automat. Despite rave reviews and strong ticket sales, Face the Music was forced to close when star Mary Boland headed off to Hollywood.

Face the Music 1932 It followed The Band Wagon into the same theatre. Berlin's "Let's Have Another Cup of Coffee" depicted socialites impoverished by the Depression dining with the poor at the automat. Despite rave reviews and strong ticket sales, Face the Music was forced to close when star Mary Boland headed off to Hollywood.

Mary Boland was an American stage and film actress

Mary Boland was an American stage and film actress

| Mary BOLAND '30 (28 Jan1882 - 23 June 1965)

| Mary BOLAND '30 (28 Jan1882 - 23 June 1965)

Mary Boland

Mary Boland

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