Minerva Urecal

Minerva Urecal was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Urecal began her acting career with roles in such films as "Exiled to Shanghai" (1937), the George Houston western "Frontier Scout" (1938) and "Air Devils" (1938). She also appeared in "Start Cheering" (1938), "Murder By Invitation" (1941) and "Never Give a Sucker an Even Break" (1941) with W C Fields. She continued to act in productions like the drama "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" (1944) with Lynn Bari, the Ronald Colman adventure "Kismet" (1944) and the dramedy "A Medal For Benny" (1945) with Dorothy Lamour. She also appeared in "Who's Guilty?" (1945). In the latter half of her career, she tackled roles in "Harvey" (1950) with James Stewart, "Quicksand" (1950) and "My Blue Heaven" (1950). She also appeared in "Aaron Slick From Punkin Crick" (1952) with Alan Young and the comedy "Harem Girl" (1952) with Joan Davis. Urecal more recently acted in the Sandra Dee comedy "That Funny Feeling" (1965). Urecal passed away in February 1966 at the age of 72.