Betty Morrissey

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Betty Morrissey (September 14, 1907 – April 20, 1944), was an American film actress. She appeared in 12 films between 1923 and 1931. She was born and died in New York City.

She plays the feminine lead in The Leather Pusher series which stars Reginald Denny. She also appeared with Denny in 1925's Skinner's Dress Suit in which she did a Charleston style dance. She has roles in The Gold Rush starring Charlie Chaplin as well as Woman of Paris.

She left the motion picture industry in 1928 when she married James A. Murray. Murray became a first lieutenant and trial judge advocate at the army air base in Santa Ana, California. Morrissey died at St. Clare's Hospital in New York City under the name Mrs. Elizabeth Murray.[1]

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  1. ^ Ex Film Actress Dies In New York, New York Times, April 22, 1944, pg. A8.

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