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Mae Busch & Brenda Scott
Mae Busch in 1932's "Their First Mistake," in which she plays
Oliver Hardy's wife.
20-year-old Brenda Scott on an episode of '60s TV series
"The Fugitive"

Silent screen star Mae Busch's mother was an opera singer, and her father was the conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Mae began appearing in movies in 1912 and had a successful career as a female lead into the mid-20s, at which point she had a nervous breakdown. In 1927 she began a long association with the Laurel & Hardy comedy two-reelers produced by Hal Roach. By the time of her death in 1946, she had racked up more than 130 screen credits. Busch was the aunt of television character actress Brenda Scott. Brenda played "Midge Pride" on The Road West from 1966-1967 and made guest appearances on dozens of the top TV programs of the '60s and '70s, from sitcoms like Leave It To BeaverHazel, and My Three Sons, to dramas like Dr. KildareBonanza, The Fugitive, and the original Hawaii Five-O.

Saturday, November 30, 2013 5:24 am
I have a 1960s era copy of TV Guide that says Mae was Brenda's great-aunt. Maybe it was by marriage. Yes Brenda certainly was very talented and appeared in many, many TV series and movies from '60s through to '80s.
Submitted by: Lorraine
Wednesday, November 27, 2013 11:28 am
Nepotism might get you an introduction to the right people, but Brenda Scott was a very beautiful young women back in the 60's. In addition, from what I've seen, she can act!
(Disclosure - I haven't seen any recent photos, so hopefully she's still hot!)
Submitted by: Big K
Friday, March 08, 2013 10:03 pm
As Mae was an only child and had no children of her own it would be nice to know how the "aunt" thing works.
Submitted by: David Noakes