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Hedy Lamarr dies at 86
WAP2000012005 - 20 JANUARY 2000 - WASHINGTON, DC, USA: Actress Hedy Lamarr, center, was one of many movie stars who volunteered at the Hollywood Canteen USO in Los Angeles during World War II. Also pictured are actresses Ann Sothern, left, and Linda Darnell, right. Lamarr, the star of numerous films in the '30's and '40's, died at her home in Orlando at the age of 86, January 19. jr/USO UPI
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Ann Sothern (January 22, 1909 – March 15, 2001) was an American film and television actress with a career spanning six decades.

Sothern was born Harriette Arlene Lake in Valley City, North Dakota, but was raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she graduated from Minneapolis Central High School in 1926. Sothern left home and began her film career as an extra in the 1927 film Broadway Nights at the age of 18. During 1929 and 1930, she appeared as a chorus girl in such films as The Show of Shows and Whoopee! (as one of the "Goldwyn Girls"). She appeared on Broadway and had a trained voice, occasionally singing in films.

On Broadway in 1931, she had leading roles in America's Sweetheart (135 performances in which she sang "I've Got Five Dollars" and "We'll Be The Same") and in Everybody's Welcome (139 performances).

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