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First Name
Ann

Birthday
1917-11-02

Height
66

Build
Slim

Eye Color
Brown - Light

Hair Color
Grey

Birthplace
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Zodiac Sign
Scorpio

Ethnicity
White

Claim to Fame
Gone with the Wind

Nationality
Canadian

Gender
Female

Profile Bio Text
Ann Rutherford was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on November 2, 1920. The daughter of a former Metropolitan Opera singer, John Rutherford and her actress mother, Lillian Mansfield, was destined for show business. Not long after her birth, her family moved to California where she made her stage debut in 1925. Ann appeared in many plays and on radio for the next nine years before making her first screen appearance in Carnival in Paris (1937) in 1934. Ann`s talent, which was readily apparent, was signed to three films in 1935--Waterfront Lady (1935), Melody Trail (1935) and The Fighting Marines (1935). By now, she was a leading lady in the fabled Westerns with two legends--John Wayne and Gene Autry. By the time Ann was seventeen, she inked a deal with MGM, where she would gain the status of superstar for her portrayal of "Polly Benedict" in the popular "Andy Hardy" series with Mickey Rooney. Ann`s first role as "Polly" was in 1938, in You`re Only Young Once (1937). Three more Hardy films were produced that same year such as Out West with the Hardys (1938), Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938) and Judge Hardy`s Children (1938). Ann did find time to play in other productions too. One which is still loved today was the Charles Dickens` classic, A Christmas Carol (1938), where she played the sweet role of the Spirit of Christmas Past. In 1939, Ann played the role of "Annie Hawks" in Of Human Hearts (1938) in addition to three more Andy Hardy films. But that year also saw Ann land a role in the most popular film in film history. She played "Careen O`Hara", Scarlett`s little sister, in Gone with the Wind (1939). Plenty of fans of the Andy Hardy series went to see it for Ann herself. Obviously the film was, unquestionably, a super hit. She, then, resumed making other movies. While working for MGM, Ann, along with the other stars, were under the watchful eye of movie mogul, Louis B. Mayer. Mayer was no different than any other film tycoon, except for the fact that he ran the classiest studio in Hollywood: the bottom line was profit and one couldn`t really maximize profits unless they kept performers salaries minimized as much as possible. Most tried to get raises and failed. Even Mickey Rooney was turned down and was decidedly underpaid during his glory years at MGM. But not Ann Rutherford. When she asked for a raise, she took out her bankbook and, showing the amount it contained, told Mayer she had promised her mother a new house. Ann got her raise. In 1942 at the age of 22, Ann appeared in her last Andy Hardy film which was Andy Hardy`s Double Life (1942). She then left MGM and free-lanced her talent. Still Ann was in demand. In 1943, she appeared in Happy Land (1943), but it was a little later in her career when she appeared in two big hits. In 1947, she played "Gertrude Griswold" in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947) and as "Donna Elena" in Adventures of Don Juan (1948) in 1948. After that film, Ann appeared in several TV programs and didn`t return to the silver screen until 1972 in They Only Kill Their Masters (1972). Her last came in 1976 in the dismal Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976), whereupon she retired. Ann was approached to play the older Rose in 1998`s mega-hit Titanic (1997), but turned it down. Today she, happily, enjoy`s her retirement and still is deluged with fan mail.

Full Name at Birth
Therese Ann Rutherford

Film Role
Actor/Actress, Soundtrack

Has Detailed Data (New)
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Father
John Defferin Rutherford (was a Metropolitan Opera singer)

Mother
Lucille Mansfield

Friend
Jennifer Jones, Mickey Rooney, June Allyson

Age
94

Friend
Sybil Jason

High School
Fairfax High School

Occupation Text
Actress, Singer

Died
2012-06-11

Place of Death
Beverly Hills, California, USA

Cause of Death
Heart Failure

Wikipedia Text

Therese Ann Rutherford (November 2, 1917 – June 11, 2012), known as Ann Rutherford, was a Canadian-American actress in film, radio, and television. She had a long career starring and co-starring in films, playing Polly Benedict during the 1930s and 1940s in the Andy Hardy series, and as Scarlett O'Hara's sister in the film Gone with the Wind (1939).


Year(s) Active
1935–1976

Maiden Name
Rutherford

Couple Profile Source
www.imdb.com/name/nm0751946/

Official Websites
www.nndb.com/people/551/000102245/

Wiki Bio Text
==Ann Rutherford== Actress - ===Date of Birth=== 2 November 1917, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada ===Date of Death=== 11 June 2012, Beverly Hills, California, USA (heart failure) ===Birth Name=== Therese Ann Rutherford ===Height=== 5' 3½" (1.61 m) ===Mini Bio (1)=== Ann Rutherford was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The daughter of a former Metropolitan Opera singer, John Rutherford, and her actress mother, Lillian Mansfield, was destined for show business. Not long after her birth, her family moved to California, where she made her stage debut in 1925. Ann appeared in many plays and on radio for the next nine years before making her first screen appearance in Waterfront Lady (1935). Ann's talent was readily apparent, and she was signed to three films in 1935: Waterfront Lady (1935), Melody Trail (1935), and The Fighting Marines (1935). By now, she was a leading lady in the fabled Westerns with two legends, John Wayne and Gene Autry. By the time Ann was 17, she inked a deal with MGM, where she would gain the status of superstar for her portrayal of "Polly Benedict" in the popular "Andy Hardy" series with Mickey Rooney. Ann's first role as "Polly" was in 1938, in You're Only Young Once (1937). Three more Hardy films were produced that same year: Out West with the Hardys (1938), Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938), and Judge Hardy's Children (1938). Ann found time to play in other productions, too. One that is still loved today is the Charles Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol (1938), in which she played the sweet role of the Spirit of Christmas Past. In 1939, Ann played the role of "Annie Hawks" in Of Human Hearts (1938) in addition to three more Andy Hardy films. But that year also saw Ann land a role in the most popular film in film history. She played "Careen O'Hara," Scarlett's little sister, in Gone with the Wind (1939). Plenty of fans of the Andy Hardy series went to see it just for Ann. The film was unquestionably a super hit. She then resumed making other movies. While working for MGM, Ann, along with the other stars, was under the watchful eye of movie mogul Louis B. Mayer. Mayer was no different from any other film tycoon except for the fact that he ran the classiest studio in Hollywood. The bottom line was profit, and Mayer couldn't really maximize profits unless he kept performers' salaries minimized as much as possible. Most tried to get raises and failed. Even Mickey Rooney was decidedly underpaid during his glory years at MGM. But not Ann Rutherford. When she asked for a raise, she took out her bankbook and, showing him the amount it contained, told Mayer she had promised her mother a new house. Ann got her raise. In 1942 at the age of 22, Ann appeared in her last Andy Hardy film, Andy Hardy's Double Life (1942). She then left MGM and freelanced her talent. Ann was still in demand. In 1943, she appeared in Happy Land (1943), but it was a little later in her career when she appeared in two big hits. In 1947, she played Gertrude Griswold in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947) and Donna Elena in Adventures of Don Juan (1948) in 1948. After that, Ann appeared in several TV programs and didn't return to the silver screen until 1972, in They Only Kill Their Masters (1972). Her last role came in 1976 in the dismal Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976), whereupon she retired. Ann was approached to play the older Rose in 1998's mega hit Titanic (1997) but turned it down. She happily enjoyed her retirement being constantly deluged with fan mail and granting several interviews and appearances. She died at her Beverly Hills home on June 11, 2012 with her close friend Anne Jeffreys by her side. She was 94 years old. - IMDb Mini Biography By: Denny Jackson and K.P. Manning ===Spouse (2)=== [[William Dozier]] (6 October 1953 - 23 April 1991) (his death) [[David May]] (24 December 1942 - 6 June 1953) (divorced) (1 child) ===Trivia (18)=== Came from an acting family. Her father, John Defferin Rutherford, was a Metropolitan Opera singer and her mother, Lucille Mansfield, was a cousin of actor Richard Mansfield and herself a former silent screen actress. On stage from age 4 in a local production of "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch". Stepmother of Debbie Dozier and Robert Dozier. Mother of Gloria May. She was awarded 2 Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Motion Pictures at 6834 Hollywood Boulevard; and for Television at 6331 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California. Naturalized United States citizen since December 18, 1953. Younger sister of actress Judith Arlen. Close friends with Anne Jeffreys. Ann appeared at the Williamsburg Film Festival in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia in 2003 and 2011. She was a pivotal character in the mystery novel, "Dead at the Box Office" by John Dandola, which is set during the world premiere of Edison, the Man (1940). Member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences [Actors Branch]. Although Waterfront Lady (1935) is usually listed as Ann Rutherford's first film, her first film was actually Student Tour (1934), where she played one of the young female students, and acted under the name "Joan Arlen". Ann's sister was an aspiring actress and performed under the name Judith Arlen. When a phone call came to the house for "Miss Arlen" to audition for this Jimmy Durante film, Ann said she was "Miss Arlen" and went to the audition instead of her sister. Ann recalled that when she and the other attractive actresses would pose for stills with Durante, she would position herself to play with a wisp of his hair. Durante played along, and you would see his gaze fixed on Joan Arlen soon to be known as Ann Rutherford. Since her mother was born in Kentucky, she always thought she was a United States citizen. It was not until the 1950s when she made plans to visit Europe that she discovered she was not. She later officially got her citizenship papers in order and became one. Her first big break came after being contracted to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and was given the recurring role of girlfriend Polly Benedict in the "Andy Hardy" film series starring Mickey Rooney from 1937 to 1942. Hollywood, California: Attended the TCM Classic Film Festival, where she walked the red carpet and attended the 50th anniversary premiere of An American in Paris (1951). [April 2011] Guest of Honor at the Margaret Mitchell Birthday Celebration in Jonesboro, Georgia in celebration of Gone with the Wind (1939). Signed autographs and shared memories for 100 fans at the event. [October 2004] Williamsburg, Virginia: Attended the annual Film Festival where she spoke at length about her career and about Gone with the Wind (1939). [March 2011] Following her death, she was interred at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California. She was a staunch outspoken conservative-minded Republican. ===Personal Quotes (3)=== It's titillating to do an occasional film, but really, I don't need it. Oh, I suppose, if you were a Helen Hayes, it might mean something if you left the business. You'd be depriving the show world of something. I'm depriving that world of nothing. There was a quality about Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer that was so special... it was just the most exciting studio in the world. They looked after their people so perfectly. And then to go to a place [Lippert Pictures - a B-movie company] where you don't know anybody and they don't know you and they don't give a rip, it was not a happy time. I got so ticked off, I got married! I don't care -- I want to be in that film! I would even be a gate or part of the scenery just to be in it! -- AR to Louis B. Mayer after he told her he would not loan her out to David O. Selznick for the "nothing" role of Carreen O'Hara, Scarlett's sister, in Gone with the Wind (1939) http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0751946/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm

Official Websites
www.imdb.com/name/nm0751946/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm

Couple Profile Source
www.foundagrave.com/grave/ann-rutherford/

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