Film star Loretta Young (1913-2000) had three sisters (along with a brother named Jack) --- Polly Ann Young, Elizabeth Jane Young (screen name of Sally Blane) and Georgiana Young.
Loretta, Polly Ann and Elizabeth (Sally) were from her Mother's first marriage. They appeared together in one movie --- as the four Hubbard sisters --- in THE STORY OF ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL (20th Century Fox, 1939) which starred Loretta and Don Ameche. Georgiana had no film career ambitions and married actor Ricardo Montalban circa 1944. While Loretta was under a 20th Century Fox contract, Polly Ann and Elizabeth (Sally) freelanced, doing mostly B-grade movies through the 1930s before settling into married life and raising families. Loretta, Polly Ann and Sally are interred at Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, California.
(Courtesy of Les Adams)
Above, Polly Ann Young and Buck Jones comfort the injured Carl Stockdale in THE CRIMSON TRAIL (Universal, 1935).
Polly Ann Young
1908 - 1997
(Above pressbook covers courtesy of Les Adams)
Above are pressbook covers for two of the James Newill/Renfrew of the Mounted films. The leading ladies in these two films were Sally Blane (real name: Elizabeth Jane Young) and Polly Ann Young, older sisters of Loretta Young.
(in some biographies, her name is misspelled as Blaine)
Real name: Elizabeth Jane Young
1910 - 1997
Blane's Hollywood career consists of about 75 films, beginning with youngster roles in silents and extending into various crime, melodrama and westerns during the 1930s. Her silent western appearances include the Tom Mix KING COWBOY (FBO, 1928) and SHOOTIN' IRONS (Paramount, 1927) which starred Jack Luden. Her 1930s sound oaters included LOCAL BAD MAN (Allied, 1932) with Hoot Gibson, WILD HORSE MESA (Paramount, 1932) with Randolph Scott, and FIGHTING MAD (Monogram, 1939), one of the Renfrew/Canadian mounted police series starring Jim Newill.
(Courtesy of Ed Phillips)
There's a nice photo of Blane along with a mini-biography at: http://www.cyranos.ch/spblan-e.htm
The Film Weekly website has a couple magazine covers featuring Blane:
Jim Tipton's Find A Grave website has photo of the marker for Sally Blane at Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, California: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=3743&pt=Sally%20Blane