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Myrtle Reeves (1897–1983)

Myrtle Reeves was born on January 15, 1897 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA as Myrtle Lee Reeves. She was an actress, known for Beautifully Trimmed (1920), Eternal Love (1917) and The Red Circle (1915). She was married to Oliver Hardy. She died on January 18, 1983 in Garden Grove, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Beautifully Trimmed Margery Drake
(1920)
(1917)
The Red Circle Actress
(1915)
(1917)

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 1920 Beautifully Trimmed
Margery Drake
 1919 Over the Garden Wall
Frances Gordon
 1919 A Bachelor's Wife
Mpraj Cavamagj
 1918 Playthings
Claire Morgan
 1918 A Good Elk (Short)
 1917 A Kentucky Cinderella
Rachel
 1917 Eternal Love
Mimi
 1917 Her Primitive Man (Short)
Fay Reynolds
 1917 The Devil's Bait (Short)
Anita
 1916 The Dawn of Wisdom (Short)
Leonore Harris
 1916 The Better Woman (Short)
Myrtle
 1916 The Ancient Blood (Short)
Margaret
 1916 The Millionaire's Son (Short)
Jane Haley
 1916 Mismates (Short)
Nanine
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 1932 Stan and Olly (Documentary short)
Herself (as Mrs. Hardy)
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Mrs. Hardy
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