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Jules Brulatour

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Soon afterwards, Gibson retired from acting and married Brulatour in 1917. Yet within a couple of months both started to seek out new partners. After Brulatour married the actress Hope Hampton in 1923, Dorothy decided to leave America for Europe.
At first, silent screen actress Dorothy Gibson seemed to profit from her survival.

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