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"What's all the fuss?" "I believe I dropped my serviette." "Well, just keep seated, nobody'll notice it." - Ann Doran & Curly (THREE SAPPY PEOPLE, 1939)

Cast Member : Lorna Gray

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 Born  1917-07-26
Grand Rapids, MI
(Virginia M. Pound)
 Died  2017-04-30
Sherman Oaks, CA
Changed her name to Adrian Booth in the mid-1940s. Married actor David Brian.

Spent a decade starring in primarily westerns and serials at Republic Studios. Costarred in Republic's CAPTAIN AMERICA (1944) as the superhero's girlfriend.

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Acting Credits

  Released Film or Short Title Featuring Role
1.  1939-10-06 OILY TO BED, OILY TO RISE Moe, Larry and Curly May Jenkins
2.  1939-12-01 THREE SAPPY PEOPLE Moe, Larry and Curly Sherri Rumsford
3.  1940-01-19 YOU NAZTY SPY! Moe, Larry and Curly Mattie Herring
4.  1940-03-08 ROCKIN' THRU THE ROCKIES Moe, Larry and Curly Flossie
5.  1974-11-22 THE 3 STOOGES FOLLIES Moe, Larry and Curly archive footage
6.  1984-01-01 THE CURLY SHUFFLE Miscellaneous Appearances archive footage
7.  1990-10-15 DISORDER IN THE COURT: 60th ANNIVERSARY TRIBUTE Miscellaneous Appearances archive footage
8.  1997-05-15 THE THREE STOOGES GREATEST HITS Miscellaneous Appearances archive footage
9.  2003-04-29 THE THREE STOOGES 75th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL Miscellaneous Appearances archive footage
10.  2015-05-01 HEY MOE! HEY DAD! Miscellaneous Appearances Herself / archive footage

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