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“A relative says Beverly Roberts, who co-starred with Humphrey Bogart in the 1936 film “Two Around the World,” has died. She was 96.”
“Her second-cousin Christina Baker says Roberts died Monday at her home in Laguna Niguel of natural causes.”
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Looks like Beverly was contracted with Warner Bros. as one of their actresses’ from 1935 to 1940. Within that time, she had a solid 3 years of 22 films released that she acted in! Ahhhh, the days of being a studio contracted actor. Ahhhh…the days of being ‘discovered’ in Hollywood. Her IMDB page says that she was discovered “singing in a New York City nightclub by a Warner Brothers talent scout.”
“After Beverly left Warner Bros. in 1940, she toured the country as a singer with the Dorsey Brothers band.”
“In 1950, she became administrator of “Theater Authority”, a position she held for 25 years.”
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