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Anita Page was born on August 4, 1910 in Flushing, New York. She started her film career in 1925 with a supporting role in the silent film A Kiss For Cinderella. Anita then went to California in 1927 and signed a 6 year contract with MGM. The following year, she made Our Dancing Daughters with Joan Crawford and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. The film was successful and resulted in the making of two more “Our” films: Our Modern Maidens in 1929 and Our Blushing Brides in 1930. In 1929 Anita starred in MGM’s first all talking picture The Broadway Melody and co-starred with Buster Keaton in his first talkie Free and Easy. In 1931 Anita played Clark Gable's first leading lady in The Easiest Way. Anita could also do drama and starred in 1932’s Night Court and I Have Lived in 1933. When Anita’s MGM contract expired in 1933, she left movies and did not return until 60 years later starring in a few films in the 1990s and early 2000s. Miss Page is still living at 97 years old.
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