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Rappen

A division of the Swiss franc equal in value to 1/100 of one franc. A rappen is also called a centime or a centesimo in the French and Italian-speaking sections of Switzerland.
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Rappe had fallen ill at a party hosted by Arbuckle at the St Francis Hotel in San Francisco in September 1921.
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Merrit G: Room 1219, The life of Fatty Arbuckle, the Mysterious Death of Virginia Rappe, and the Scandal That Changed Hollywood; Chicago Review Press: City, State; 2013.
Model and silent film actress Virginia Rappe and , right, "Fatty" Arbuckle
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Accounts vary to this day, but it is generally agreed upon that actress Virginia Rappe attended a hotel party hosted by star comedian Arbuckle, went into one of the suites with him, and was later found 'in great pain, tearing at her clothes' (22).
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But his name will forever be linked with the death of Virginia Rappe, a young actress who was taken ill and died after a party held by Arbuckle in 1921.