Character: Miss Jones (aka Lawrence}
Birthday: December 30, 1912
Place of Birth: Westboro, Ontario
Date of Death: June 23, 1997
Place of Death: New York City, New York
First Short: Arbor Day
Last Short: Three Smart Boys
Number of Shorts: 8
History: Rosina Lawrence learned to dance in her youth to combat spinal paralysis, which later became useful in begining her career as a dancer and singer, later becoming the ingenue in several films. Hal Roach hired her to replace June Marlowe after June decided not to return to the shorts, using her in small roles until her debut in Bored Of Education. At the time, she was dating former Rascal Johnny Downs, but after Our Gang, she left acting to marry a judge and have three kids. After her husband died, she met and married Laurel & Hardy biographer, John McCabe. She attended a few Rascal reuinons over the years until she passed away in 1997.

List of Shorts

Other Projects

  • Lady of Quality (1924)
  • Angel Of Broadway (1927)
  • Broadway (1929) (uncredited)
  • Paramount On Parade (1930) (uncredited)
  • A Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1931) (uncredited)
  • Dance Team (1932) (uncredited)
  • Disorderly Conduct (1932) (uncredited)
  • Reckless (1935) (uncredited)
  • Ten Dollar Raise (1935)
  • Welcome Home (1935)
  • Music Is Magic (1935)
  • Your Uncle Dudley (1935)
  • Charlie Chan's Secret (1936)
  • The Great Ziegfried (1936)
  • Neighborhood House (1936) - With Charley Chase
  • Kelly The Second (1936)
  • Mister Cinderella (1936)
  • Pan Handlers (1936)
  • Way Out West (1937) - with Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy
  • Nobody's Baby (1937)
  • Pick A Star (1937) - with Jack Haley
  • In The Country Fell A Star (1936)

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