I would like some information about the Lane Sisters, especially Priscilla and Lola.
—Steve LaPierre, Fort Mohave, Arizona
There were five Lane sisters, who grew up in Indianola, Iowa, and four — Leota, Lola, Rosemary and Priscilla — became entertainers. The latter three starred in the 1938 movie “Four Daughters,” with actress Gale Page playing Leota, followed by the two sequels “Four Wives” and “Four Mothers.” Lola retired in 1946 after making a dozen films on her own and died in 1981 at age 75. Priscilla went on to star in “The Roaring Twenties,” “Saboteur” and “Arsenic and Old Lace.” She retired in the early 1950s and moved to New England with her husband to raise their four children. Priscilla died in 1995 at age 79.