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Sally Phipps (1911–197Born in Oakland,California,she was a 1927 WAMPAS Baby Star who was discovered by Frank Borzage in L.A.She had just completed high school when she began making films.Her first role in motion pictures was in Bertha,the Sewing Machine Girl (1926).Soon she completed appearances in both Girls (1927) and Love Makes 'Em Wild (1927).In Gentlemen Prefer Scotch (1927) Phipps played a charmer in a Fox Film comedy.In August 1927 she signed a five year contract with Sol M. Wurtzel. Wurtzel was personal secretary to William Fox.Fox sent Wurtzel to supervise West Coast productions for his studio in 1917.Phipps' Fox Film October 1927 contract stipulated she was bound to the studio for a period of five years.She would be paid a starting wage of $125 which would rise to $600 a week for the last six months before expiration.Phipps was the lead for Fox's production of None But the Brave and The News Parade (both 192…
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