Shop by the Stars aisle featuring Alice Faye (1915-1998) vintage movie cards, still photos, ephemera, and other collectibles. New York City born singer and actress who started out as a chorus girl before appearing in George White's Scandals and appearing regularly on Rudy Vallee's radio program. The busiest and most successful portion of Faye's film career came at Fox between 1934-1945 when she appeared with Shirley Temple in Poor Little Rich Girl (1936) and Stowaway (1936) [both appeared in Now I'll Tell (1934), but Temple's was a very small role], with both Tyrone Power and Don Ameche in In Old Chicago (1938) and Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938), plus teamed with Power again in Rose of Washington Square (1939), and four more times with Ameche including Lillian Russell (1940) among other titles. Other popular Alice Faye releases include Tin Pan Alley (1940), The Great American Broadcast (1941), Week-End in Havana (1941), The Gang's All Here (1943), and Fallen Angel (1945). Faye was married twice, for a few years to Tony Martin, and then to Phil Harris from 1941 until his death in 1995. Faye teamed with Harris on the radio after leaving Fox and the movies behind. Every so often she'd later make the rare film or television appearance.
Birthday: May 5