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Blanche Friderici was a noted American stage and screen actress, her film career beginning in 1920. She is probably best remembered for her roles in Night Nurse (1931), A Farewell to Arms (1932), and Flying Down to Rio (1933). Although today typically indicated to have been born on 21 January 1878, Friderici's actual birth date was 12 September 1873, per multiple reliable records (including her Brooklyn, New York birth record) from throughout her lifetime.
January 21, 1878, Brooklyn [now in New York City], New York, USA
December 23, 1933
1928 Sadie ThompsonMrs. Alfred Davidson 1930 The Girl Said NoMrs. McAndrews 1931 Mata HariSister Angelica 1931 Night NurseMrs. Maxwell 1932 Love Me TonightThird Aunt 1932 A Farewell to ArmsHead Nurse 1932 Three on a MatchMiss Blazer 1932 If I Had a MillionMrs. Garvey (uncredited) 1932 Thirteen WomenMiss Kirsten 1932 State's AttorneyNight Court Judge (uncredited) 1933 Flying Down to RioElena De Rezende 1933 Hold Your ManMrs. Wagner 1933 SecretsMartha Marlowe 1933 The Thundering HerdJane Jett 1934 It Happened One NightZeke's wifeLimited to the 15 most popular items