Rosella Towne was an American film actress. She was born on January 20, 1918 in Youngstown, Ohio. Her film career began in 1937, after making a screen test for Warner Bros. and signing a contract for the studio. At first she made minor appearances in motion pictures such as Varsity Show, It's Love I'm After and Submarine D-1. In 1939, she got her first leading role when she was chosen to play the part of comic strip character Jane Arden in a film adaption. While touted by critics as a future star, Towne retired from show business after marrying screenwriter Harry Kronman. She died in late August 2014, aged 96.
Born: 1/20/1918, Youngtown, Ohio, U.S.A.
Died: 8/?/2014, Hamden, Connecticut U.S.A.
Rosella Towne's westerns - actress:
Sons of the Plains - 1938
Cowboy from Brooklyn - 1938 (Panthea Landis)
Rocky Mountain Rangers - 1940 (Dorie Manners)