Special Sub-Topic: Jane Cowl: The Classic Star
|Jane Cowl was born in Boston, Massachusetts. When was she born?|
December 14, 1884. Jane Cowl's birth year is unknown, but most sources agree that the year was 1884. Another way to prove this is that John Barrymore was born in 1882, and he was Jane Cowl's boyfriend. He said he was 2 years older than her. 1884-2 is 1882.
|She was famous for her plays and the movies she wrote scripts for. She and her partner did a movie called "Smilin' Through". Who was her long time partner she worked with?|
Jane Murfin. Jane Cowl (1884-1950), and Jane Murfin (1884-1955), worked together and remained the closest of friends for decades.
|What year did she appear in her first play?|
1907. In 1907, she appeared in her first play, "The Grand Army Man."
|What was her first film?|
"The Garden of Lies". Her first film was in 1915, and it was "The Garden of Lies," and the next year, she met her best friend Jane Murfin.
|What was the name of the character she played in "The secret Fury"?|
Clara Ewing & Aunt Clara Ewing & Ewing. She played Aunt Clara Ewing, which she thought was her best and favorite role.
|Why was 1950 such a tragic year for her?|
She found out she had cancer. She had back pain, so she went to the doctor, and found out she had a cancerous tumor.
|What was the last film she worked on?|
"Payment on Demand". Her last film was "Payment on Demand" in 1950. It wasn't released until 1951, and she found out she had cancer in 1950.
|What did she die of?|
Cancer. She found out she had cancer when working on her last film, "Payment on Demand" in 1950, and the film was released in 1951.
|Who died first, Jane Cowl, or her partner Jane Murfin?|
Jane Cowl & Cowl. Jane Cowl died in 1950 at age 65, and Jane Murfin died in 1955 at age 71.
|Jane Cowl died on June 22, in 1950. How old was she?|
65. She was born in 1884, and died in 1950, and didn't make it to her next birthday.
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