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Merle Oberon

Merle OberonAKA Estelle Merle O'Brien Thompson

Born: 19-Feb-1911
Birthplace: Bombay, India
Died: 23-Nov-1979
Location of death: Malibu, CA
Cause of death: Stroke
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Glendale, CA

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: Multiracial
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Wuthering Heights

Husband: Alexander Korda (film director and producer, m. 3-Jun-1939, div. 1945)
Husband: Lucien Ballard (cinematographer, m. 26-Jun-1945, div. Aug-1949)
Husband: Bruno Pagliai (m. 28-Jul-1957, div. 1973)
Husband: Robert Wolders (m. 31-Jan-1975, until her death)

    Endorsement of Tangee lipstick (1940-46)
    Stroke 23-Nov-1979 (fatal)

    Interval (28-Feb-1973)
    Hotel (19-Jan-1967) · The Duchess
    The Oscar (4-Mar-1966) · Herself
    The Epic That Never Was (1965) · Herself
    Of Love and Desire (11-Sep-1963)
    The Price of Fear (13-Mar-1956) · Jessica Warren
    Deep in My Heart (9-Dec-1954) · Dorothy Donnelly
    Desirée (17-Nov-1954)
    Affair in Monte Carlo (10-Sep-1952)
    Berlin Express (1-May-1948) · Lucienne
    Night Song (10-Nov-1947) · Cathy
    Temptation (2-Dec-1946)
    Night in Paradise (3-May-1946) · Delarai
    This Love of Ours (31-Oct-1945)
    A Song to Remember (18-Jan-1945) · George Sand
    Dark Waters (21-Nov-1944)
    The Lodger (19-Jan-1944) · Kitty Langley
    First Comes Courage (29-Jul-1943) · Nicole Larsen
    Stage Door Canteen (24-Jun-1943) · Herself
    Forever and a Day (21-Jan-1943)
    Lydia (18-Sep-1941) · Lydia McMillan
    Affectionately Yours (10-May-1941) · Sue Mayberry
    That Uncertain Feeling (17-Apr-1941) · Jill
    'Til We Meet Again (13-Apr-1940) · Joan Ames
    The Lion Has Wings (3-Nov-1939) · Mrs. Richardson
    Over the Moon (19-Oct-1939) · Jane Benson
    Wuthering Heights (13-Apr-1939) · Cathy
    The Cowboy and the Lady (24-Nov-1938) · Mary Smith
    The Divorce of Lady X (1-Jan-1938) · Leslie
    Beloved Enemy (25-Dec-1936)
    These Three (18-Mar-1936) · Karen
    The Dark Angel (5-Sep-1935) · Kitty Vane
    Folies Bergère (22-Feb-1935)
    The Scarlet Pimpernel (23-Dec-1934) · Lady Blakeney
    The Broken Melody (30-Oct-1934)
    The Private Life of Don Juan (28-Aug-1934) · Antonita, a Dancer of Passionate Temperament
    Thunder in the East (Apr-1934)
    The Private Life of Henry VIII (17-Aug-1933) · Anne Boleyn
    Wedding Rehearsal (1-Oct-1932)

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