Toshia Mori


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Toshia Mori was an actor. She was born in Kyoto on 1 January 1912. Toshia Mori passed away 26 November 1995, she was 83 years. She is known for The Bitter Tea of General Yen (1933), Mr. Wu (1927), Blondie Johnson (1933), Ambassador Bill (1931) and Way for a Sailor (1930).

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Toshia Mori

Born 1912-01-01 (112 years ago) in Kyoto. Dead 1995-11-26 (83 years).

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Toshia Mori was a Japanese born actress, who had a brief career in American films during the 1930s. Born as Toshia Ichioka in Kyoto, Mori moved to the United States when she was ten years old.

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