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January 15, 2023

30 Gorgeous Portrait Photos of Lola Lane During Her Career

Born 1906 as Dorothy Mullican in Macy, Indiana, American actress Lola Lane and her sister Leota appeared in the Greenwich Village Follies in New York City in 1926. She went on to appear in vaudeville shows on the Orpheum, Loew, and Interstate circuits and later acted on Broadway in The War Song (1928), leading to her work in films when a talent scout saw her. After a screen test, she made her film debut in Speakeasy (1929).

Most of Lane’s films were Warner Bros. productions. They included Four Daughters, Four Wives, and Four Mothers, in each of which she appeared with her sisters Priscilla and Rosemary. She also appeared in the Warner Bros. classic Marked Woman (1937) with Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart.

Lane died at her home in Santa Barbara, California in 1981, aged 75. Take a look at these gorgeous photos to see portraits of young Lola Lane from between the 1920s and 1940s.


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