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Gale Page
Sally Perkins Rutter

(1910-07-29)July 29, 1910
DiedJanuary 8, 1983(1983-01-08) (aged 72)
Years active1934–1964
Frederick M. Tritschler
(div. 1939)
Aldo Solito de Solis
(m. 1942; died 1973)

Gale Page (born Sally Perkins Rutter;[1] July 29, 1910[1][2] – January 8, 1983) was an American singer and actress.[3]

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Early life

Page was the daughter of R.L. and Isabel (née Gale) Rutter of Spokane, Washington.[4] Her aunt and uncle were Elizabeth Gale Page and Miles Poindexter, a U.S. senator from Washington and later U.S. Ambassador to Peru.[5] She was also the great-granddaughter of Joseph Gale, the first governor of Oregon.[6]



Page was a radio actress and singer[7] before being signed to a Hollywood film contract by Warner Brothers in 1938.

She sang on a Spokane station before getting a job on KYW radio in Chicago, Illinois, subsequently moving to NBC, where her network activities included singing on Fibber McGee and Molly.[3] Page was cast as blues singer Gertrude Lamont in the 1935 soap opera Masquerade.[8] Beginning on May 27, 1936,[9] she played Gloria Marsh on the soap opera Today's Children. In the summer of 1939, she co-starred with Jim Ameche on Hollywood Playhouse.[3]


Page made her film debut in Crime School (1938)[1] with Humphrey Bogart and also appeared in The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938) before winning the role of the fourth daughter in Four Daughters (1938). She co-starred in this with the Lane Sisters and was the only film "daughter" not played by one of the Lanes. Page appeared in three other films with the Lane sisters: Daughters Courageous (1939) and the two "Four Daughters" sequels: Four Wives (1939) and Four Mothers (1941).

Page appeared in only 16 films during her career, including Heart of the North (1938), You Can't Get Away with Murder (1939), Naughty but Nice (1939), They Drive by Night (1940), Knute Rockne, All American (1940), The Time of Your Life (1948), and Anna Lucasta (1949).


Page was a semi-regular performer on the television series Robert Montgomery Presents from 1954 until 1957.

Personal life

Page was first married to Frederick M. Tritschler, with whom she had a son.[10][5] They divorced on October 20, 1939.[11]

On August 17, 1942,[4] Page married Count Aldo Solìto de Solis,[12] a pianist and composer.[13] In 1943, they had twins, Marina Francesca and Luchino Giovanni. By this marriage the actress acquired the title Countess Solìto de Solis. The count died in 1973, a decade before his wife.[13][12]


  1. ^ a b c Wagner, Laura (Fall 2016). "Gale Page: "The Fourth Lane Sister"". Films of the Golden Age (86): 77–78.
  2. ^ Sally R. Desolis death record Archived 2018-02-24 at the Wayback Machine,; accessed February 1, 2017.
  3. ^ a b c Thompson, Edgar A. (July 2, 1939). "Gale Page Fulfills an Ambition". The Milwaukee Journal. p. 14. Retrieved July 12, 2015.[dead link]
  4. ^ a b "Gale Page Wed In Idaho To Count Aldo Solito De Solis". Del Rio News Herald. Del Rio News Herald. August 18, 1942. p. 3. Retrieved July 12, 2015 – via open access
  5. ^ a b "Gale Page Wins Divorce". The Ogden Standard-Examiner. The Ogden Standard-Examiner. October 22, 1939. p. 12. Retrieved July 12, 2015 – via open access
  6. ^ "Radio News Notes". The Circleville Herald. The Circleville Herald. August 8, 1944. p. 7. Retrieved July 12, 2015 – via open access
  7. ^ Caffery, Joshua Clegg (2013). Traditional Music in Coastal Louisiana: The 1934 Lomax Recordings. LSU Press. p. 287. ISBN 9780807152027. Retrieved November 23, 2016.
  8. ^ Dunning, John (1998). On the Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio (Revised ed.). New York, NY: Oxford University Press. p. 442. ISBN 978-0-19-507678-3. Retrieved October 24, 2019.
  9. ^ "Singer Gale Page". Carroll Daily Herald. May 30, 1936. p. 3.
  10. ^ "Actress Gale Page Gives Birth to Twins". The Decatur Daily Review. The Decatur Daily Review. February 26, 1943. p. 25. Retrieved July 12, 2015 – via open access
  11. ^ "Two Hollywood Marriages Fail". The San Bernardino County Sun. The San Bernardino County Sun. October 21, 1939. p. 1. Retrieved July 12, 2015 – via open access
  12. ^ a b "Gale Page, Count de Solis To Present Famed Popular Music". The van Nuys News. The Van Nuys News. August 25, 1949. p. 1. Retrieved July 12, 2015 – via open access
  13. ^ a b "Famous Pianist-Composer, Solito de Solis Added to Valley Celebrity List". The van Nuys News. Van Nuys News. February 16, 1948. p. 5. Retrieved July 12, 2015 – via open access

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