No. 17 in a series of 50 from Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes
"Born in Louisville, Kentucky on July 14th, 1904, Irene Dunne was destined for a musical career. After her education at a St. Louis convent, she studied at the Chicago College of Music, graduating in 1926. Taking up a stage career, she became famous in musical comedy; her delightful mezzo-soprano voice also won her a place in the Metropolitan Opera Company of New York. In 1929 she began her screen career, and later was acclaimed as a dramatic actress in Cimarron, with Richard Dix. Among her latest are Behold We Live, This Man is Mine and Stingaree. She is married to Dr. Griffin of New York."