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Also Known As: Ira H. Morgan Died: April 10, 1959
Born: April 2, 1899 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Fort Ross, California, USA Profession: director of photography

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This petite leading French female star of the 1930s came to prominence with two delightful Rene Clair films, "Le Million" (1931) and "Quatorze Juillet" (1933). After three British productions, including the Technicolor "Wings of the Morning" (1937), Annabella went to Hollywood, where she appeared in mostly undistinguished 20th Century-Fox films for a decade.

This petite leading French female star of the 1930s came to prominence with two delightful Rene Clair films, "Le Million" (1931) and "Quatorze Juillet" (1933). After three British productions, including the Technicolor "Wings of the Morning" (1937), Annabella went to Hollywood, where she appeared in mostly undistinguished 20th Century-Fox films for a decade.

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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever

Morgan started his career as a cameraman with Gaumont News, a pioneer newsreel company. He later joined up with Essanay films, working with director King Vidor. Married to actress Rena Carlton, Morgan retired in 1956.

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