Nancy Welford

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Nancy Welford (May 31, 1904 – September 30, 1991) was an American actress in the early talkie era. She was daughter of Ada Loftus and actor Dallas Welford.

She acted in five films between years 1929 and 1933. She is probably today mostly known for starring in the 1929 Warner Brothers musical Gold Diggers of Broadway, which was the second all color-all talking feature ever made.[citation needed] Today, Gold Diggers of Broadway is a lost film with only 2 surviving reels.[clarification needed]

Nancy Welford was born in London, England and she died in San Francisco, California.


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