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Small wonder when his leading lady, Glora De Haven, volunteered to tie his cravat each morning on the set of Manhattan Serenade, which both appear in for the glory of dear old RKO.LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 6: Actress Gloria De Haven arrives at the California Design College on June 6, 2002 for the 11th Annual Graduation Fashion Show in Los Angeles, California. Emilio Flores/Getty Images) Also Read: Emmys Obit Segment Neglects 'Batman' Star Yvonne Craig, Christopher Lee and 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper Through De Haven's six-decade career as a singer-dancer-actress, she performed alongside Hollywood legends like Charlie Chaplin ("Modern Times," 1936), Joan Crawford ("Susan and God," 1940), Lucille Ball ("Best Foot Forward," 1943) Frank Sinatra ("Step Lively," 1944), Mickey Rooney ("Summer Holiday," 1948), Gene Kelly and Judy Garland ("Summer Stock," 1950) and Fred Astaire ("Three Little Words," 1950).She attended Highland Park High School in Dallas, Texas and studied languages and drama at Southern Methodist University, graduating in 1945.
The veteran MGM star, whose acting career spanned six decades, passed away on Saturday while in hospice care in Las Vegas.
Her daughter Faith Fincher-Finkelstein told the Hollywood Reporter that she had suffered a stroke three months ago.
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Dorothy was child model for Neiman-Marcus, showed dogs, was a class president in elementary school, and acted in school plays growing up.
De Haven is known for starring in a number of musicals in the 1940s and 1950s alongside stars including Gene Kelly and Mickey Rooney The actress first rose to fame as a child star in Charlie Chaplin’s last silent movie Modern Times and gave Frank Sinatra his first on-screen kiss in 1944’s Step Lively.