Sally Eilers was a popular figure in early-1930s Hollywood

Sally Eilers (December 11, 1908 ā€“ January 5, 1978) was an American actress. Voted as one of the WAMPAS Baby Stars in 1928, Eilers was a popular figure in early-1930s Hollywood. Known for her high spirits and vivacity, her films were mostly comedies and crime melodramas such as “Quick Millions” (1931) with Spencer Tracy and George Raft , “State Fair” (1933) with Janet Gaynor, Will Rogers, and Lew Ayres, and “Lady Behave” (1937) with Neil Hamilton.

Sally Eilers

Sally Eilers

Sally Eilers

Sally Eilers

Sally Eilers

Sally Eilers

Sally Eilers

Sally Eilers

Sally Eilers

Sally Eilers

 

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