Eramus Hall was an obscure funk/spirit group that recorded two uncommon albums released on Westbound in the first ’80s. Regardless of the misleading name, Eramus Hall was certainly a group rather than a solo musician; the group had taken its name from a traditional building situated in Chicago. They documented their debut record (Your Love Is certainly My Desire) in past due 1978 but Westbound, their Detroit-based label, didn’t discharge it until 1980. Almost no copies from the minimally pressed record made it beyond Detroit, so many soul supporters and insiders considered if it actually been around. Go Mind, the group’s second and last record, premiered on Capitol in 1984. Like its forerunner, it didn’t make a lot of an idea. Because the years continued, curiosity about the band’s debut, particularly the title trim and “Simply Me ‘n’ You,” found. The U.K.-structured Ace label reissued the album in vinyl — and later on Compact disc — in the past due ’90s.
|1||During the last decade of her life, she lived in Spain.|
|2||She was an alcoholic near the end of her life, which caused her untimely death.|
|3||Was a mother of 5 children.|
|4||She was brought to films after a successful modeling period for Macy's Department Store.|
|5||Was a 1933 graduate of Eramus Hall High School in Brooklyn, New York.|
|6||During World War II, she worked extensively with the Red Cross and Catholic Charities for war relief.|
|7||When her film and modeling career ended, she etched out a living as writing fashion editorials until her complete retirement in 1948.|
|8||Her favorite charity was Project Angel Food.|
|9||Is interred at Saint Lawrence Cemetery in West Haven, Connecticut.|
|10||Starred in her last major film with John Wayne.|
|Wings Over Honolulu||1937||Woman (uncredited)|
|California Straight Ahead!||1937||Mary Porter|
|We're on the Jury||1937||Mrs. Harry Clyde|
|The Plot Thickens||1936||Alice Stevens|
|Don't Turn 'em Loose||1936||Letty Graves|
|Grand Jury||1936||Edith Taylor|
|Bunker Bean||1936||Mary Kent|
|The Witness Chair||1936||Reporter in Courtroom (uncredited)|
|Murder on a Bridle Path||1936||Barbara Foley|
|Two in Revolt||1936||Gloria Benton|
|There's Always Tomorrow||1934||Janet White|
|My Mummy's Arms||1934||Short||Mary Smith|
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|1||Platinum blonde hair|
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