Deanna Durbin, the Depression Era actress whose films included "Three Smart Girls," "Lady on a Train" and "Christmas Holiday," has died, according to the New York Times. She was 91.
Durbin had been mostly out of the public eye since performing in 1948's "For the Love of Mary," retiring to France with her third husband, "Lady on a Train" director Charles David, because, as she said, "I hated being in a goldfish bowl."
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Born Edna Mae Durbin in Winnipeg, Manitoba, on Dec. 4, 1921, Durbin...