Catherine Dale Owen

Catherine Dale Owen (July 28, 1900 - September 7, 1965) was an American stage and film actress.

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The Rogue Song - Lost Film Status
... Another surviving reel features Lawrence Tibbett singing to Catherine Dale Owen survives at the Czech Film Archive in Prague ... In addition, a short fragment exists which features Lawrence Tibbett and Catherine Dale Owen as they are caught in a storm ... Lawrence Tibbett sings White Dove to Catherine Dale Owen ...

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