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Florence Rice’s height is 5ft 4½in (1.64 m)

Florence Davenport Rice (February 14, 1907 – February 23, 1974) was an American film actress.

Florence Rice

First Name: Florence
Middle Name: Davenport
Last Name: Rice
Birth Full Name: Florence Davenport Rice
Born: 14 February, 1911
Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Died: 23 February, 1974
Death Location: Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Cause of Death: Lung Cancer
Height: 5ft 4½in (1.64 m)
Build: Slim
Hair Color: Blonde
Astrological Sign: Aquarius
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
University: Smith College
Occupation: Actress
Father: Grantland Rice
Filmography: The Ghost and the Guest (1943), Let’s Get Tough! (1942), The Boss of Big Town (1942), Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (1942), Stand By All Networks (1942), Father Takes a Wife (1941), Doctors Don’t Tell (1941), Mr. District Attorney (1941), The Blonde from Singapore (1941), Borrowed Hero (1941), Broadway Melody of 1940 (1940), Phantom Raiders (1940), Cherokee Strip (1940), Girl in 313 (1940), The Secret Seven (1940), At the Circus (1939), Four Girls in White (1939), Miracles for Sale (1939), Stand Up and Fight (1939), The Kid from Texas (1939), Little Accident (1939), Sweethearts (1938), Fast Company (1938), Paradise for Three (1938), Vacation from Love (1938), Double Wedding (1937), Navy Blue and Gold (1937), Beg, Borrow or Steal (1937), Man of the People (1937), Married Before Breakfast (1937), Riding on Air (1937), Under Cover of Night (1937), Pride of the Marines (1936), Sworn Enemy (1936), The Longest Night (1936), Blackmailer (1936), Panic on the Air (1936), Women Are Trouble (1936), Carnival (1935), Escape from Devil’s Island (1935), Super-Speed (1935), The Best Man Wins (1935), Under Pressure (1935), The Awakening of Jim Burke (1935), Death Flies East (1935), Guard That Girl (1935), Fugitive Lady (1934), At the Circus (1939), The Kid from Texas (1939), Man of the People (1937), Screen Snapshots Series 19, No. 5: Art and Artists (1940), Hollywood Goes to Town (1938), Screen Snapshots, Series 14, No. 1 (1934)

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