Jacqueline Logan Movies and Career Information

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Nov 30, 1901

Jacqueline Logan (November 30, 1901 - April 4, 1983) was a star of the silent motion picture screen who was on board William Randolph Hearst's yacht The Oneida in 1924 when film director Thomas Ince died. The young actress was under contract to him at the time. She was born in Corsicana, Texas on November 30, 1901. Her father was a noted architect and her mother was briefly an opera singer. Jacqueline traveled to Colorado Springs for her health. While there she took a course in journalism from Ford Frick, who later became commissioner of major league baseball. Setting out to Chicago Logan found employment dancing in a stage production of a theater. Her family believed she intended to visit an uncle in the windy city and also attend college. To get the job she lied about her age, and when her uncle found out, he was irate. She was let go from the stage job as a result. She left Chicago and set out for New York City. Again Jacqueline was untruthful regarding her intentions. With her on her trip to New York was a theatrical troupe. She secured a small role in Flora Dora, a musical on Broadway in 1920. At this time Flo Ziegfeld noticed her and hired Logan for a job dancing on his

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