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1. When was she born?
2. Where was she born?
3. What was her birth name?
4. She was discovered by what studio?
5. What films featured her debut and her first female leading role?
6. In 1928, she signed with what studio?
7. Her all-talking film debut was in what movie?
8. After her Paramount contract expired, she appeared on Broadway, most notably in what play?
9. On February 14, 1934, she signed a five-year contract with what studio?
10. She starred opposite what actor in the gangster farce The Whole Town's Talking?
11. The turning point in Arthur's career came when she was chosen by director Frank Capra to star in what film?
12. With fame also came media attention, something Arthur dreadfully hated. She was known as the American what?
13. What character did she play in Cecil B. DeMille's The Plainsman?
14. Who wrote the whimsical Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway play You Can't Take It With You?
15. Her co-star was Cary Grant and they were directed by Howard Hawks in what 1939 film?
16. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington was nominated for how many Academy Awards?
17. What two gentlemen were her co-stars in The Talk of the Town?
18. Arthur was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her work in what movie?
19. When her contract with Columbia Pictures expired in 1944, she reportedly ran through the studio's streets shouting what?
20. She starred in what 1948 American romantic comedy film directed by Billy Wilder?
21. What was her final feature and only color film?
22. She suffered from what severe anxiety disorder?
23. Please name her two husbands.
24. How many children did she have?
25. When did she pass away?
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