Hired for a featured role in original production of the Irving Berlin musical "Annie Get Your Gun"; withdrew during out-of-town tryouts because she felt her role was shrinking because of Ethel Merman's jealousy
Moved to NYC
Last features, "The Falcon Strikes Back" and "Mystery Broadcast"
Returned to Hollywood and worked at various studios
Signed with RKO when her Paramount contract expired; studio often loaned her out leading to her frustration; Gibson decamped to England in 1935
Had first leading film role in "The Strange Case of Clara Deane"
Appeared as a prostitute in the anthology film "If I Had a Million"
Put under contract by Paramount; made six films in her first year under the agreement
Put under contract by MGM; featured in "Children of Pleasure"
Starred in the L.A. stage play "Molly Magdalene"
Turned down a role in "Madame Satan"; asked to be released from MGM contract
Film acting debut in "Nothing But the Truth", helmed by Victor Schertzinger
First dramatic role on Broadway in "Jarnegan", opposite Richard Bennett
Broadway debut in the musical "When You Smile"
Appeared in the stage musical "Sunny", starring Marilyn Miller