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Nedda Harrigan Logan Biography (1900-1989)
Born in 1900 in Rumson, NJ; died of lung cancer, April 1, 1989, in New York,NY; daughter of Edward "Ned" (a composer, writer, and vaudeville performer) and Anne Theresa (Braham) Harrigan; married Walter Connolly (an actor; died, May 28, 1940); married Joshua Logan (a director, producer, and writer), 1945 (died, July 1988); children: Ann (first marriage); Harrigan and Thomas (secondmarriage).
- Birth Details
- Rumson, New Jersey, United States
- Death Details
- April 1, 1989
- New York, New York, United States
Credits; STAGE APPEARANCES
- Sister, The Childrens' Tragedy, Greenwich Village Theatre, New York City,1921.
- Lisa Toselli, Treat 'em Rough, Klaw Theatre, New York City, 1926.
- Wells, Dracula, Fulson Theatre, New York City, 1927.
- Janet Aiken, Merry Andrew, Henry Miller's Theatre, New York City, 1929.
- Fifine, Becky Sharp, Knickerbocker Theatre, New York City, 1929.
- Estelle Fenley, Monkey, Mansfield Theatre, New York City, 1932.
- Myra Crana, Bidding High, Vanderbilt Theatre, New York City, 1932.
- Frieda Chatfield, Dangerous Corner, Empire Theatre, New York City, 1932.
- Felicia Mitchell, A Hat, a Coat, and a Glove, Selwyn Theatre, New York City, 1934.
- Natalia, Field of Ermine, Mansfield Theatre, 1935.
- Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez, Charley's Aunt, Cort Theatre, New York City, 1940.
- Edith Bolling Wilson, In Time to Come, Mansfield Theatre, 1941.
- Also appeared in A Woman of No Importance, Fulton Theatre, New York City,1916; Cardinal Richelieu, Mohawk Drama Festival, Schenectady, NY, 1940; andin Three's a Family, Personal Appearance, and other plays produced in Europeby the U.S.O. during World War II.
Credits; MAJOR TOURS
- A Woman's a Fool to Be Clever, U.S. cities, 1938.
- Also appeared in Musical Moments (revue), U.S. cities.
Credits; FILM APPEARANCES
- Miss Burns, I'll Fix It, Columbia, 1934.
- Louise DeVoe, The Case of the Black Cat, Warner Brothers, 1936.
- Madame Lucretia Barelli, Charlie Chan at the Opera, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1936.
- Mrs. Tristo, Fugitive in the Sky, Warner Brothers, 1937.
- Madame Tchernov, Thank You, Mr. Moto, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1937.
- Mrs. Nelson, Men Are Such Fools, Warner Brothers, 1938.
- Countess Varloff, A Trip to Paris, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1938.
- Mrs. Burton, The Honeymoon's Over, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1939.
- Joan Trask, On Trial, Warner Brothers, 1939.
- Mrs. Long, Castle on the Hudson (also known as Years Without Days), Warner Brothers, 1940.
- Madame Lucien, Devil's Island, Warner Brothers, 1940.
- Seena Haynes, Scandal Sheet, Columbia, 1940.
OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES:
- New York Times, April 3, 1989.
- Variety, April 5-11, 1989.
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