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Trixie Friganza (1870–1955)

Trixie Friganza was born on November 29, 1870 in Grenola, Kansas, USA as Delia O'Callahan. She was an actress, known for If I Had My Way (1940), Free and Easy (1930) and Silks and Saddles (1936). She was married to Charles A. Goettler and William J.M. Barry. She died on February 27, 1955 in Flintridge, California, USA. See full bio »

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If I Had My Way Trixie Friganza
Silks and Saddles Aunt Agatha Braddock


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 1940 If I Had My Way
Trixie Friganza
 1937 A Star Is Born
Mabel (uncredited)
 1936 Silks and Saddles
Aunt Agatha Braddock
 1933 Myrt and Marge
Mrs. Minter
 1930 Estrellados
La Duquesa / Herself (Guest Appearance at Premiere) (uncredited)
 1930 Strong and Willing (Short)
 1930 Free and Easy
 1928 Thanks for the Buggy Ride
 1928 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Mrs. Spoffard
 1927 A Racing Romeo
Aunt Hattie
 1926 The Whole Town's Talking
Mrs. George Simmons
 1926 Almost a Lady
Mrs. Reilly
 1926 Monte Carlo
Flossie Payne
 1925 Borrowed Finery
Mrs. Brown
 1925 The Road to Yesterday
Harriet Tyrell
 1925 The Coming of Amos
Dowager Duchess of Parth
 1925 Proud Flesh
Mrs. McKee
 1925 The Charmer
 1923 Mind Over Motor
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Stage Play: The Rounders. Musical comedy [return engagement]. Music by Ludwig Englander. Material adaption by Harry B. Smith. Lyrics by Harry B. Smith. Based on the libretto to "Les Fetards" by Anthony Mars and Maurice Hennequin. Musical Director: Antonio DeNovellis. Directed by Max Freeman. Casino Theatre: 25 Jun 1900- 28 Jul 1900 (36 ... See more »

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5' 4½" (1.64 m)

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Even though it became very painful for her to get out and about, she frequently traveled to veterans hospitals during World War II to entertain wounded soldiers. See more »


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