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Title: Betty Compton

Description: Betty Compton (1907-1944), British actress and showgirl (star of the 1926 Broadway musical Oh Kay! and the Broadway musical Funny Face, alongside Fred and Adele Astaire, in 1927; she was also a Ziegfeld Follies star), she shown in 1933 as the wife of deposed NYC Mayor James J. Walker, displaying upon the third finger of her left hand the wedding ring she had coveted for years from Walker, who was married to Janet Walker throughout their long affair from the late 1920s; Janet Walker divorced her husband in Florida in 1932 and Compton married Walker on April 18, 1933 (she divorced him on March 15, 1941); they had a son, James J. Walker II (adopted in late 1930s); she appeared in two films, Legacy, a 1930 musical short, and the 1934 film Too Many Millions; Compton was profiled by Vera Miles in the 1957 film Beau James; actors; Broadway productions; film; mayors;

Keywords: motion pictures, movies, politicians, women's fashions (1933)

Orientation: Portrait

Dimensions: 1500 x 1712 (2.57 MPixels) (1.14)

Print Size: 12.7 x 14.5 cm; 5.0 x 5.7 inches

File Size: 7.36 MB (7,717,922 Bytes)

Resolution: 300 x 300 dpi

Color Depth: 16.7 million (24 BitsPerPixel)

Compression: None

Image Number: 0000096215

Source: Jay Robert Nash Collection


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