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Patrice Wymore
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    (December 17, 1926-March 22, 2014)
    Born in Miltonvale, Kansas
    Appeared on Broadway in 'Hold It' (1948) and 'All for Love' (1949)
    Appeared in the films 'Tea for Two' (1950), 'Rocky Mountain' (1950), 'I'll See You in My Dreams' (1951), 'The Big Trees' (1952), 'The Man Behind the Gun' (1953), 'King's Rhapsody' (1955), 'Oceans 11' (1960) and 'Chamber of Horrors' (1966)
    Third wife of Errol Flynn (1950-59)
    She tried to shave three years off her age, claiming 1929 as her birth year.
    She began performing in her family's vaudeville act when she was six.
    She was so myopic she had trouble finding the right line to sign on her marriage license.
    Her attempt to relaunch her acting career after Flynn's death was largely unsuccessful.
    She won a Theatre World Award as most promising actress (1948).
    Hosiery designer Willys of Hollywood named her the movie star with the best legs (1952).
    She took a break from acting to care for an ailing Flynn and raise their daughter (1954).
    After leaving Hollywood for good (1969), she settled in Jamaica to run the cattle ranch and coconut farm Flynn had left her, and to open a business making wicker furniture.
    Her daughter Arnella died from a drug overdose (1998).

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