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The winner of a Hollywood screen test competition, brunette Arletta Duncan was awarded a contract with Universal and made her screen debut as Mae Clarke's bridesmaid in Frankenstein (1931). Like most Hollywood starlets, Duncan went on to play supporting roles in Grade-A pictures (Back Street [1932]) while enjoying leading assignments in such poverty row productions as The Fighting Champ (1932) and The Gallant Fool (1933), both starring Bob Steele. She later played a socialite in the sound version of the old syphilis melodrama Damaged Goods (aka Marriage Forbidden [1937]).

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