Stage and display screen celebrity and dancer who all starred in the initial 1932 Broadway music creation of Gay Divorce and in the 1937 Broadway creation Of Mice and Men. In 1921, she produced her Broadway debut in Small Jesse Adam. She made an appearance in the movies In the River, Over She Goes, and Let’s Make a Nights It. She wedded Clifford W. Smith. She starred contrary Fred Astaire in the musical Gay Divorce.
|1||Luce enjoyed a long career on Broadway, appearing there from 1923-1952. She appeared in a number of hits, starring opposite Fred Astaire in the Broadway version of "Gay Divorce" in 1932 and "Of Mice and Men" in 1937 (see Other Work).|
|Matinee Theatre||1955-1956||TV Series||Jean Blake|
|Broadway Television Theatre||1953-1954||TV Series||Muriel Flood / Nell O'Neill / Deborah Kane / ...|
|Lights Out||1952||TV Series|
|Cameo Theatre||1951-1952||TV Series|
|Tales of Tomorrow||1952||TV Series||Rose|
|The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse||1949||TV Series||Becky Sharp|
|Under Secret Orders||1937||Gaby, Rene's Girl|
|Over She Goes||1937||Pamela Ward|
|Let's Make a Night of It||1937||Viola Vanders|
|Vintage Wine||1935||Nina Popinot|
|Up the River||1930||Judy Fields|
|Over She Goes||1937||performer: "A County Wedding", "I Breathe On Windows", "Over She Goes"|
|Let's Make a Night of It||1937||performer: "The Spider and the Fly", "Havana"|
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