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Lucille Bremer net worth & biography:Arthur Freed discovered Lucille when she was working in a nightclub doing a specialty dance act, and decided to cast her as Rose Smith in Meet Me in St. Louis, and began building up her career which never really took off despite being put in 3 big musical productions at MGM. When she married, she decided to retire. Wikipedia
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|Behind Locked Doors||1948||Kathy Lawrence|
|Adventures of Casanova||1948||Lady Bianca|
|Dark Delusion||1947||Cynthia Grace|
|Till the Clouds Roll By||1946||Sally Hessler|
|Yolanda and the Thief||1945||Yolanda|
|Ziegfeld Follies||1945||Princess ('This Heart of Mine') / Moy Ling in 'Limehouse Blues')|
|Meet Me in St. Louis||1944||Rose Smith|
|This Love of Mine||1944||Short||Dancer (uncredited)|
|That's Entertainment! III||1994||Documentary performer: "Coffee Time" 1945 - uncredited|
|Till the Clouds Roll By||1946||performer: "Who?", "One More Dance", "I Won't Dance", "The Land Where the Good Songs Go" - uncredited|
|Yolanda and the Thief||1945||performer: "Angel", "Coffee Time", "This Is a Day for Love", "Will You Marry Me?", "Yolanda" - uncredited|
|Ziegfeld Follies||1945||performer: "This Heart of Mine", "Limehouse Blues"|
|Meet Me in St. Louis||1944||performer: "Skip to My Lou" 1944, "Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis" 1904 uncredited|
|Penny Arcade||1942||Short performer: "Penny Arcade"|
|Meet Me in St. Louis: The Making of an American Classic||1994||Video documentary short||Herself|
|A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies||1995||TV Movie documentary||actress 'Meet Me in St. Louis' (uncredited)|
|That's Entertainment! III||1994||Documentary||Performer in Clip from 'Yolanda and the Thief' (uncredited)|
|That's Dancing!||1985||Documentary||Herself, film clip|
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|1||Upon her death, she was cremated and her ashes scattered off of Baja California.|
|2||She was a staunch Republican who gave much of her time and money towards various conservative political causes. She attended several Republican National Conventions, galas, and fund-raisers. She was active in the campaigns of Wendell Willkie, Thomas E. Dewey, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, and Ronald Reagan.|
|3||Her last name was pronounced "Bray-mer", not "Brem-mer".|
|4||Made the Life magazine cover story on March 25, 1946.|
|5||When she was screen-tested at MGM, she was given a scene from the Bette Davis vehicle "Dark Victory" to perform It was said Lucille bore a striking resemblance to her.|
|6||Husband was the son of former Mexican president.|
|7||Astaire's dance partner in two films.|
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