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Helen Mack was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Mack began her acting career appearing in various films, such as "Fargo Express" (1932), "The Silent Witness" (1932) with Lionel Atwill and "While Paris Sleeps" (1932). She also appeared in "Christopher Bean" (1933), the Charles Ruggles musical "Melody Cruise" (1933) and "Son of Kong" (1933). She continued to act in productions like the drama "All of Me" (1934) with Fredric March, "College Rhythm" (1934) and "She" (1935) with Helen Gahagan. She also appeared in "The Return of Peter Grimm" (1935), "The Milky Way" (1936) and "Fit For a King" (1937). Film continued to be her passion as she played roles in the Lew Ayres drama "The Last Train From Madrid" (1937), "The Wrong Road" (1937) and "Gambling Ship" (1938). She also appeared in "King of the Newsboys" (1938), "Calling All Marines" (1939) and "Power Dive" (1941). Mack last acted in the Alan Ladd drama "And Now Tomorrow" (1944). Mack was married to Thomas McAvity. Mack passed away in August 1986 at the age of 73.

Helen Mack was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Mack began her acting career appearing in various films, such as "Fargo Express" (1932), "The Silent Witness" (1932) with Lionel Atwill and "While Paris Sleeps" (1932). She also appeared in "Christopher Bean" (1933), the Charles Ruggles musical "Melody Cruise" (1933) and "Son of Kong" (1933). She continued to act in productions like the drama "All of Me" (1934) with Fredric March, "College Rhythm" (1934) and "She" (1935) with Helen Gahagan. She also appeared in "The Return of Peter Grimm" (1935), "The Milky Way" (1936) and "Fit For a King" (1937). Film continued to be her passion as she played roles in the Lew Ayres drama "The Last Train From Madrid" (1937), "The Wrong Road" (1937) and "Gambling Ship" (1938). She also appeared in "King of the Newsboys" (1938), "Calling All Marines" (1939) and "Power Dive" (1941). Mack last acted in the Alan Ladd drama "And Now Tomorrow" (1944). Mack was married to Thomas McAvity. Mack passed away in August 1986 at the age of 73.

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  Hillbilly Blitzkrieg (1942) Director
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  Seeing Red (1939)

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 Artistic Temper (1932)
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