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July 6, 1911
|Died||November 13, 1996 (aged 85)|
|Other names||Doris Gilmartin|
|Years active||1932–1948 (film)|
|Spouse(s)||Oscar Levant (1939-1972, his death)|
Born in San Francisco, Gale rose to fame as part of the vaudeville act The Gale Sisters. She appeared on Broadway with her sisters in Flying High (1930) and George White's Scandals (1931). In the early 1930s made her first films in Hollywood. This was originally as a Goldwyn Girl but gradually she rose to more notable parts, generally in B movies.
Gale was an integral part of two TV talk shows. After a disagreement led to her leaving her co-host role on The Oscar Levant Show, she began her own show.
|1933||Roman Scandals||Goldwyn Girl||Uncredited|
|1934||Moulin Rouge||Show Girl||Uncredited|
|1934||Looking for Trouble||Long Beach Counter Girl||Uncredited|
|1934||Melody in Spring||Suzette|
|1934||Young and Beautiful||Wampas Baby Star|
|1935||Folies Bergère de Paris||Girl in Secretary Number||Uncredited|
|1935||Rainbow's End||Ann Ware|
|1936||Heroes of the Range||Joan Peters|
|1936||The Riding Avenger||Jessie McCoy|
|1936||Sing, Baby, Sing||Member of Girls Band||Uncredited|
|1936||One in a Million||Girl in Band|
|1937||The Devil Diamond||Dorothy Lanning|
|1937||On the Avenue||Chorus Girl||Uncredited|
|1937||Thin Ice||Member of Girls Band||Uncredited|
|1937||This Is My Affair||Girl with Keller||Uncredited|
|1937||Sing and Be Happy||Secretary||Uncredited|
|1937||You Can't Have Everything||Chorus Girl||Uncredited|
|1937||Wife, Doctor and Nurse||Nurse||Uncredited|
|1938||Four Men and a Prayer||Elizabeth||Uncredited|
|1938||My Lucky Star||Cabot Jr.'s Secretary|
|1938||Time Out for Murder||Muriel - The Apartment Switchboard Operator|
|1938||While New York Sleeps||Kitty|
|1939||Pardon Our Nerve||Judy Davis|
|1939||The Jones Family in Hollywood||Alice Morley|
|1939||It Could Happen to You||Agnes Barlow|
|1939||Hotel for Women||Joan Mitchell|
|1939||Charlie Chan at Treasure Island||Myra Rhadini|
|1939||The Escape||Annie Qualen|
|1939||The Honeymoon's Over||Peggy Ryder|
|1940||City of Chance||Molly|
|1948||Easter Parade||Minor Role||Uncredited|
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