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Mary Hay (I) (1901–1957)

Mary Hay was born in Fort Bliss, Texas on August 22, 1901. She was a minor film actress whose career spans only four films. Her debut came in Hearts of the World (1918) in 1918 and her last was as Mary Lane in New Toys (1925) in 1925, a film she also produced. Mary died on June 4, 1957 in Inverness, California at the age of 55. See full bio »

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New Toys Mary Lane
(1925)
Way Down East Kate Brewster - the Squire's Niece
(1920)
Eastward Ho! Kitty Mason
(1919)
(1918)

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 1925 New Toys
Mary Lane
 1920 Way Down East
Kate Brewster - the Squire's Niece
 1919 Eastward Ho!
Kitty Mason
 1918 Hearts of the World
A Dancer
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 1925 New Toys (producer)
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 1921 Screen Snapshots, Series 2, No. 14-F (Documentary short)
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 1921 Screen Snapshots, Series 2, No. 9-F (Documentary short)
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 1920 Screen Snapshots, Series 1, No. 10 (Documentary short)
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Appeared on the New York stage in 1925 in a dance act with Clifton Webb. See more »

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