Ginny Simms (1915–1994)

Actress | Soundtrack
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KNOWN FOR 
Night and Day (1946) | Broadway Rhythm (1944) | Seven Days' Leave (1942)
AKA 
Ginny Eastvold | Mrs. Don Eastvold | Virginia Eastvold
BORN 
May 25, 1915 (died Apr 4, 1994)
HEIGHT 
5' 6" (1.68m)

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Past Film & Video (11 titles)YEARBUDGETUS Gross / WORLDWIDE
  • Primary photo for Disc JockeyDisc Jockey Vickie Peters  Less 1951
  • Primary photo for Night and DayNight and Day Carole Hill, Performer ("I Get a Kick out of You" (1934), "I Wonder What's Become of Sally" (1924), "What Is This Thing Called Love?" (1929), "I've Got You Under My Skin" (1936), "Just One of Those Things" (1935), "You're the Top" (1934)) (uncredited)  Less 1946
  • Primary photo for Screen Snapshots Series 25, No. 2: Radio ShowsScreen Snapshots Series 25, No. 2: Radio Shows (Short) Ginny Simms - Kay Kyser Radio Show  Less 1945
  • Primary photo for Shady LadyShady Lady Leonora Lee Appleby  Less 1945
  • Primary photo for Broadway RhythmBroadway Rhythm Helen Hoyt, Soundtrack ("Irresistible You", "All The Things You Are") (uncredited), Performer ("Amor", "All The Things You Are" (uncredited))  Less 1944
  • Primary photo for Hit the IceHit the Ice Marcia Manning, Performer ("Happiness Bound" (1943), "I'm Like a Fish Out of Water" (1943), "I'd Like to Set You to Music" (1943), "The Slap Polka" (1943))  Less 1943
  • Primary photo for Seven Days' LeaveSeven Days' Leave Ginny Simms, Performer ("Can't Get Out of This Mood" (1942))  Less 1942
  • Primary photo for Here We Go AgainHere We Go Again Jean Gildersleeve, Performer ("Until I Live Again" (1942))  Less 1942
  • Primary photo for PlaymatesPlaymates Ginny Simms - Band Singer, Performer ("How Long Did I Dream" (1941), "Thank Your Lucky Stars and Stripes" (1941), "Romeo Smith and Juliet Jones" (1941), "Humpty Dumpty Heart" (1941), "Que Chica" (1941))  Less 1941
  • Primary photo for You'll Find OutYou'll Find Out Ginny Simms, Performer ("I'd Know You Anywhere" (1940), "Like the Fella Once Said" (1940), "I've Got a One Track Mind" (1940)) (uncredited)  Less 1940 $353K
  • Primary photo for That's Right - You're WrongThat's Right - You're Wrong Ginny Simms - Band Singer, Performer ("The Little Red Fox (N'Ya N'Ya You Can't Catch Me)" (1939), "Fit to Be Tied" (1939), "The Answer Is Love" (1939), "Happy Birthday to Love" (1939), "Chatterbox" (1939))  Less 1939 $253K
Self (12 titles)YEARBUDGETUS Gross / WORLDWIDE
Archive Footage (6 titles)YEARBUDGETUS Gross / WORLDWIDE
  • Primary photo for Extraordinary WomenExtraordinary Women (TV Series) Herself (1 episode, 2011)  Less 2011
    • Hedy Lamarr (Jun 15, 2011) Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)  Less
  • Primary photo for Mike Douglas: Moments & MemoriesMike Douglas: Moments & Memories (Video) Herself (archive footage)  Less 2008
  • Primary photo for Entertaining the TroopsEntertaining the Troops Herself (archive footage)  Less 1988
  • Primary photo for Hollywood and the StarsHollywood and the Stars (TV Series) Herself (1 episode, 1964)  Less 1964
  • Primary photo for Snowtime JubileeSnowtime Jubilee (Short) Vocalist (archive footage)  Less 1949
  • Primary photo for Twenty Years AfterTwenty Years After (Short) Self (archive footage)  Less 1944

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