|The Age for Love||Actor||Nina Donnet||7|
|State's Attorney||Actor||Nora Dean||7|
|Five and Ten||Actor||Muriel Preston||7|
|Thirteen Women||Actor||June Raskob||7|
|Morning Glory||1932||Actor||Rita Vernon||19327|
|Oprah Winfrey: Heart of the Matter||2000 1999 - 2000||Actor||Interviewee||20007|
|Played the female lead in the stage version of "The Shanghai Gesture" (date approximate)|
|First all-talkie, "Thru Different Eyes"|
|Appeared in the partial talkies, F.W. Murnau's "Four Devils" and Frank Borzage's "The River"|
|Last film, "Morning Glory"|
|Became a very active and influential social hostess in Palm Beach; was close friends with Rose Kennedy|
|Began making films; earliest credits include "Very Confidential"|
|Stephen Sanford||Husband||born on September 14, 1898; died in May 1977; made much of his money from the Bigelow Carpet Company; after marriage c. 1933 moved with Duncan into a mansion, Los Incas, in Palm Beach|
|National chairwoman of the April in Paris Ball, which raised money for various health charities.|
|Founder of the annual Polo Ball, which benefited organizations including the American Cancer Society, the American Red Cross and Planned Parenthood.|
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