Dorothy Arnold
Actress
Dorothy Arnold
Dorothy Arnold was an American film actress and the first wife of baseball star Joe DiMaggio. Her 20-year movie career began with 1937’s Freshies and ended with 1957’s Lizzie.
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Smithsonian Institution and ePals To Deliver Rich Educational Content with ... - EON: Enhanced Online News (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
“Smithsonian and ePals bring together two important resources needed urgently right now in schools,” said Dorothy Arnold, 5 th grade teacher at Forrest Brook Elementary School in Hauppauge, New York. “As a teacher who uses Web 2.0 technology in the
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PATRICIA ANN HINKLE - The Tennessean
Google News - over 5 years
12, 1947, in Gibson County to Arnold Hickerson and Dorothy Arnold Hickerson. She worked as a medical receptionist for many years and was a member of the New Beginnings Baptist Church. In addition to her father, Mrs. Hinkle is preceded in death by her
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San Francisco: Mit dem Segway Richtung Golden Gate Bridge - FOCUS Online
Google News - over 5 years
Da DiMaggio seine erste Frau Dorothy Arnold bereits in der Kirche gehelicht hatte, verweigerte man ihm den kirchlichen Segen. DiMaggio und Monroe ließen also ihrer Fantasie freien Lauf. Nach der Hochzeit im Rathaus von San Francisco behielten sie ihre
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Hard to find heroes anymore - Montreal Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
"The dalliances may have briefly pleased DiMaggio, but they did not lessen the loneliness he felt without his wife, the former actress Dorothy Arnold." Kennedy adds: "There may have been other women, but really there were none. Joe was true to Dorothy,
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Aman, John M. - Appleton Post Crescent
Google News - almost 6 years
John is further survived by five brothers-in-law, Glenn Arnold, Edward (Yvonne) Arnold, Douglas (Dorothy) Arnold, Phillip (Janie) Arnold, and Robert (June) Arnold; three sisters-in-law, Joan (William) Daniels, Mary (Tony) Larsen, and Eunice Arnold
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Δέκα "περίεργες" εξαφανίσεις που ποτέ δεν εξηγήθηκαν! - BEST News
Google News - almost 6 years
Η Dorothy Arnold, μια πλούσια γυναίκα, ψώνιζε ένα φόρεμα όταν εξαφανίστηκε στην Νέα Υόρκη το 1910. Η οικογένεια της θεώρησε ότι κλέφτηκε μαζί με τον φίλο της, ο οποίος όμως δεν ήξερε τίποτα γι αυτό το γεγονός. Αυτός ο άνθρωπος ήταν ο καπετάνιος του
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Book review: Joe DiMaggio The Long Vigil - Yanks Go Yard
Google News - almost 6 years
It goes into great detail about his tumultuous marriage with Marilyn Monroe as well as his tumultuouser first marriage to Dorothy Arnold, in addition to his life as a tortured ballplayer. The book also recalls how DiMaggio wouldn't give Mickey Mantle
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THE APPRAISAL; DiMaggio Apartment Makes a Rare Souvenir
NYTimes - over 6 years
Tucker Andersen had one must on his checklist when he started apartment hunting, and it was not ''must have been lived in by a baseball star like Joe DiMaggio.'' Finding the penthouse that DiMaggio lived in during his 56-game hitting streak in 1941 was, Mr. Andersen said, ''an incredibly nice plus.'' That shows how real estate marketing has changed
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ON BASEBALL; Ruined by Suspicion: The Sad Tale of Babe Dahlgren
NYTimes - over 9 years
Barry Bonds may go to jail if a jury believes he lied about using steroids. Many other players could face suspensions next season if George J. Mitchell identifies them in his coming investigative report on steroids in baseball. But the story of Bonds or any other player doesn't approach the tale of Babe Dahlgren, a major league first baseman from
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BASEBALL BOOKS IN BRIEF
NYTimes - almost 14 years
DIMAGGIO Setting the Record Straight. By Morris Engelberg and Marv Schneider. MBI, $24.95. Morris Engelberg was business advisor, attorney and, more or less by default, best friend during the last 16 years of Joe DiMaggio's life. ''DiMaggio: Setting the Record Straight,'' written with the former sportswriter Marv Schneider, is clearly intended to
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JERSEYANA; Joe DiMaggio Slept Here
NYTimes - almost 14 years
THE Yankees slugger Joe DiMaggio may have made his reputation in the Bronx, but he also spent a lot of time in New Jersey. And so it is that on Thursday, the anniversary of the day that DiMaggio began his 56-game hitting streak in 1941, Paul Marino and his buddies from the old neighborhood in Lyndhurst will get together at the Columbus Club. ''We
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BOOKS OF THE TIMES; Idol of Millions Yet a Bit of a Phantom
NYTimes - over 16 years
JOE DIMAGGIO The Hero's Life By Richard Ben Cramer Illustrated. 548 pages. Simon & Schuster. $28. For those people accustomed to taking their heroes as the embodiments of the simple virtues, Richard Ben Cramer's relentlessly iconoclastic new biography of Joe DiMaggio, one of the greatest American heroes, will tarnish more than just an idol. It will
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Gliding in Center Field But Slinking in the Dark
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Consider the life of Joe DiMaggio, who was such a graceful success on the baseball field and such a miserable failure off it, and you may wonder if he sold his soul for that 56-game hitting streak. But after viewing the fascinating biography tonight on PBS's ''American Experience'' series, you might conclude that DiMaggio had no soul to sell. Mark
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BASEBALL; DiMaggio's Only Child Is Dead at 57
NYTimes - over 17 years
Joe DiMaggio Jr., the only child of the baseball great Joe DiMaggio, died at a local hospital Friday, apparently of natural causes, relatives and hospital officials said today. DiMaggio, 57, was one of the six pallbearers at the funeral of his father in March. He was estranged from his father, though, and had seen him infrequently in the years
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NYC; The Worst Of Times? It Ain't So
NYTimes - almost 18 years
BASEBALL was back yesterday, offering New Yorkers a new season of dreams and a more rounded perspective on life: despite anger over police behavior and troubled race relations and fears for Kosovo's future, things cannot possibly be as bad as they sometimes seem. Maybe baseball does not cleanse the world of all sin. But for millions of people, it
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Sports of The Times; DiMaggio's Last Call: It's About Famiglia
NYTimes - almost 18 years
ONCE this man lashed home runs in Yankee Stadium and married a glamorous actress, but yesterday Joe DiMaggio came back to the old neighborhood to be buried. ''The funny thing was, Joe never played for our church teams,'' said the Rev. David Purdy, S.D.B., the pastor of SS. Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church, the gorgeous Italianate church, with a
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Joe DiMaggio, Yankee Clipper, Dies at 84
NYTimes - almost 18 years
Joe DiMaggio, the flawless center fielder for the New York Yankees who, along with Babe Ruth and Mickey Mantle, symbolized the team's dynastic success across the 20th century and whose 56-game hitting streak in 1941 made him an instant and indelible American folk hero, died early today at his home here. He was 84 years old. DiMaggio died shortly
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BASEBALL; Behind the Mystique, A Quiet, Private Life
NYTimes - over 18 years
Outside the low Yankee Clipper Center office building, Joe DiMaggio and his lawyer, Morris Engelberg, were walking toward a white Dodge Caravan with the words ''The Yankee Clipper'' in navy blue above the rear window. The license plate read DIMAG 5. ''Is this yours, Morris?'' a visitor asked. ''Yes,'' Engelberg said as the Yankee Clipper himself
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Dorothy Arnold
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1997
    Age 79
    Arnold and her third husband owned and operated a supper club together in Palm Springs, California, called Charcoal Charley's, where she performed until her death from pancreatic cancer in 1997 at the age of 79.
    More Details Hide Details She was interred at Desert Memorial Park in Cathedral City, California.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1946
    Age 28
    Her second marriage was stockbroker George Schuster in 1946.
    More Details Hide Details The two were divorced within five years. Arnold's third marriage was Ralph Peck/Peckovich to whom she remained married until her death.
  • 1941
    Age 23
    On October 23, 1941, the year of DiMaggio’s famous 56-game hitting streak, Arnold gave birth to their first child, Joe DiMaggio, Jr. The couple split up in 1942, but later reconciled in front of the press. They separated again on October 6, 1943. DiMaggio enlisted in the U.S. Army and was sent to Hawaii. Arnold filed for divorce, which was granted on May 12, 1944. She received $500 a month in alimony, custody of Joe Jr. and $150 in child support. Despite the divorce, they spent Christmas together in 1945.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1937
    Age 19
    Arnold met DiMaggio in 1937 — she was 19, he was 23 — on the set of Manhattan Merry-Go-Round. DiMaggio had a minor speaking role in the film; Arnold had no lines. The couple married on November 18, 1939 at Sts.
    More Details Hide Details Peter and Paul Church in San Francisco.
    Arnold tested twice with Paramount Pictures, but it was Universal Studios that offered her a stock contract. She appeared in 15 films between 1937 and 1939.
    More Details Hide Details Her most memorable roles were as the imperiled heroine Jean Drew in The Phantom Creeps (with Bela Lugosi and Robert Kent) and Gloria DeVere in The House of Fear (with Irene Hervey and William Gargan). Following her marriage to DiMaggio, she quit acting. A brief comeback in 1957 included her last film, MGM’s Lizzie (with Eleanor Parker and Joan Blondell) and appearances on TV’s The Adventures of Jim Bowie and Dragnet.
  • 1935
    Age 17
    She graduated from Denfeld High School in 1935.
    More Details Hide Details Her first theatrical job was with the Band Box Revue, traveling out of Chicago. She studied at Paramount School in New York and played bits in pictures as a dancer.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1917
    Born
    Born on November 21, 1917.
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