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1940s Hollywood star beautiful actress Ann Blyth

Feeding her pet Porky, beautiful actress Ann Blyth. 1940s
Feeding her pet Porky, beautiful actress Ann Blyth. 1940s.

1940s Hollywood star beautiful actress Ann Blyth
Born 16 February 1928 in a provincial town of New York state, Ann Blyth was the second child in the family of Harry and Nan. Unfortunately, her parents divorced soon after her birth. As a result, the mother with her two daughters had to survive. Besides, this was the peak of the worst economic crisis, known as the Great Depression. Father never provided any assistance to his family and appeared only when Ann had already become a famous actress.

Raised by her mother in Catholic traditions, Ann, however, has shown great singing and acting talents since childhood. Noteworthy, 13-year-old Annd debuted on Broadway, and at the age of 15 she became a Hollywood actress! When Ann was 18, her mother died (June 1946).

And the peak of her popularity in Hollywood was in the middle of the last century. In fact, nature has endowed Ann in full – she had an attractive appearance, and innate acting talent. And most importantly, she sang beautifully, having a soprano professionally delivered voice. Thus, she had everything to achieve success in the world of show business. The actress successfully starred both in musicals and in films of other genres – dramas, noir, comedy, westerns, adventure and historical.

1940s Hollywood star beautiful actress Ann Blyth
Movie star, beautiful actress Ann Blyth.

Anne’s personal life never served as a pretext for gossip – in her interviews on this topic the actress was always very laconic and never tried to show off this aspect of her life. But despite this, some of the “personal” details of Blyth’s biography are certainly known. For example, her first man, by her own admission, was actor Scott Brady, with whom she was tied up in the fall and winter of 1946/47.

James McNulty and Ann Blyth
James McNulty and Ann Blyth.

Then, she was credited with numerous novels, as soon as she appeared at a secular party accompanied by some man.
In 1952, her friend, singer Dennis Day, introduced Ann to his brother, gynecologist James McNulty. Their acquaintance grew first into a strong friendship, and then marriage. They got married on June 27, 1953 in North Hollywood, among friends. The actress has always dreamed of a big family, so five children were born in this family. This marriage was happy and long – 54 years, until the death of her husband in 2007.

1940s Hollywood star beautiful actress Ann Blyth

Young Ann Blyth.
1950s photo, Ann Blyth
1950s photo, Ann Blyth.
American actress Ann Blyth
American actress Ann Blyth.
Charles Boyer and Ann Blyth, promotional photo, ‘A Woman’s Vengeance’ (1948)
Charles Boyer and Ann Blyth, promotional photo, ‘A Woman’s Vengeance’ (1948).
Christmas photo, Ann Blyth
Christmas photo, Ann Blyth.
Glamorous beauty Ann Blyth
Glamorous beauty Ann Blyth.
Glenn Strange as Frankenstein’s monster, and Ann Blyth as a mermaid, meet on the Universal lot, 1948
Glenn Strange as Frankenstein’s monster, and Ann Blyth as a mermaid, meet on the Universal lot, 1948.
Gregory Peck and Ann Blyth on the set of The World In His Arms (1952)
Gregory Peck and Ann Blyth on the set of The World In His Arms (1952).
Hollywood star Ann Blyth
Hollywood star Ann Blyth.
Making a scrapbook, Ann Blyth
Making a scrapbook, Ann Blyth.
New Year greetings, 1956
New Year greetings, 1956.
One of the most beautiful actresses in 1940-1950s Ann Blyth
One of the most beautiful actresses in 1940-1950s Ann Blyth.
Popular in 1940-1950s actress Ann Blyth
Popular in 1940-1950s actress Ann Blyth.
Seasonal greetings, Ann Blyth
Seasonal greetings, Ann Blyth.
Winter greetings, Ann Blyth
Winter greetings, Ann Blyth.
Teenager Ann Blyth
Teenager Ann Blyth.
Aged Ann Blyth
Aged Ann Blyth.

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