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Monday, October 23, 2017

Magazine Covers

Jeanette appeared on numerous magazine covers during her career ...




Friday, October 13, 2017

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Jeanette's Movies


Jeanette's film career lasted only eight years and during that time she appeared in more than twenty films. Many of her movies are available to watch online.


1934

Million Dollar Baby ~ Rita Ray

Flirtation ~ Nancy Poole * WATCH IT *

Hide-Out ~ Blonde #2 with Maid * WATCH IT *

Benny, from Panama (Short) ~ Jeanette Foy * WATCH IT *

A Duke for a Day (Short) ~ Gloria Blossom

St. Louis Woman ~ Lou Morrison, the St. Louis Woman * WATCH IT *

1930

Fighting Thru ~ Alice Malden * WATCH IT *

The Boudoir Diplomat ~ Greta (preserved by The Library of Congress)

See America Thirst ~ Woman  (preserved by The Library of Congress)

King of Jazz ~ Vocalist (It Happened in Monterey / Bridal Veil / A Bench in the Park) * WATCH IT *

Party Girl ~ Ellen Powell * WATCH IT *

1929

The Racketeer ~ Millie Chapman * WATCH IT *

The Sophomore ~ Barbara Lange  * WATCH IT *

.45 Calibre War ~ Ruth Walling

1928

Love Over Night ~ Jeanette Stewart (a print exists at the Museum of Modern Art)

Annapolis ~ Betty

Man-Made Women ~ Marjorie (preserved by The Library of Congress)

The Black Ace

Hold 'Em Yale ~ Helen Bradbury

The Man Without a Face * WATCH A SCENE *

Fashion News ~ Herself * WATCH IT *

1927

My Friend from India ~ Marion / Ruth Brooks * WATCH IT *

Uncle Tom's Cabin ~ Auction Spectator (uncredited)

1926

The Collegians (Short) ~ Student (uncredited)

Young April ~ Extra (uncredited)


Sunday, September 3, 2017

Jeanette's Death and Final Resting Place


On August 4, 1942 Jeanette died at the very young age of thirty-five. Jeanette became ill on Saturday. August 1 after she swallowed ammonia in her home. She was taken to the the hospital with severe burns on her mouth and throat. Jeanette spent three days at Hollywood Presbyterian hospital before she passed away from ammonia poisoning. Although many people believed she committed suicide her husband Bert said she had swallowed the ammonia accidentally. She had been taking medication for stomach problems and may have grabbed the wrong bottle. Her family has always believed that she was murdered. Jeanette was cremated and her ashes are buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California. Her crypt is located in the Great Mausoleum. When her younger sister Myrtle passed away in 1957 she was buried there too.


Jeanette's grave


Saturday, September 2, 2017

Autographs

Here are some authentic autographs from Jeanette ...