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Mary Foy was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Mary Foy began her career with roles in "Second Fiddle" (1923), "The White Rose" (1923) and "Dangerous Money" (1924). Mary Foy began to focus on film after appearing in "The Manicure Girl" (1925), "It's the Old Army Game" (1926) and the comedy adaptation "Dumbbells in Ermine" (1930) with Robert Armstrong. She also appeared in "Once to Every Woman" (1934), the comedic adaptation "The House of Mystery" (1934) with Ed Lowry and "The Midnight Phantom" (1935). Later in her career, Mary Foy acted in "Blockade" (1938).

Mary Foy was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Mary Foy began her career with roles in "Second Fiddle" (1923), "The White Rose" (1923) and "Dangerous Money" (1924). Mary Foy began to focus on film after appearing in "The Manicure Girl" (1925), "It's the Old Army Game" (1926) and the comedy adaptation "Dumbbells in Ermine" (1930) with Robert Armstrong. She also appeared in "Once to Every Woman" (1934), the comedic adaptation "The House of Mystery" (1934) with Ed Lowry and "The Midnight Phantom" (1935). Later in her career, Mary Foy acted in "Blockade" (1938).

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