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List of Ava Gardner Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Killers (1946)
34
9
The Killers
34
9

The Killers is mystery crime drama film which tells the story of an insurance investigator who uncovers a string of crimes, while trying to find the beneficiary of a murdered boxer.

Role:
Kitty Collins
Starring:
Burt Lancaster, Edmond O'Brien, Sam Levene, Albert Dekker
Directed By:
Robert Siodmak
2. Seven Days in May (1964)
28
8
Seven Days in May
TV-14
28
8

After the President offers his support to a nuclear disarmament treaty, several military leaders in the US plan to overthrow him, as they fear an attack from the Soviets.

Role:
Eleanor Holbrook
Starring:
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer
3. The Night of the Iguana (1964)
23
7
The Night of the Iguana
23
7

The Night of the Iguana is a drama film which tells the story of Lawrence Shannon, who is working as a tour guide in Mexico. While leading a tourist group from a Baptist women’s college, he finds himself attracted to Charlotte, the younger niece of Judith, the group’s leader, after the girl tries to seduce him. However, Judith accuses Shannon of trying to seduce her, and declares that she is going to ruin him.

Role:
Maxine Faulk
Starring:
Richard Burton, Deborah Kerr, Sue Lyon, Skip Ward
Directed By:
4. On the Beach (1959)
21
9
On the Beach
21
9

On the Beach is a science fiction film which takes us to 1964, where a third World War has caused total destruction of the World’s Northern Hemisphere, where nuclear fallout has eliminated the life of all humans. Meanwhile, survivors in Australia detect a signal coming from the West Cost of the US.  

Role:
Moira Davidson
Starring:
Directed By:
Stanley Kramer
5. The Barefoot Contessa (1954)
19
8
The Barefoot Contessa
19
8

Harry is a film director going through hard-times and he is forced to work for an abusive business tycoon named Kirk Edwards, who wants to produce a film just to boost his monumental ego. While working on the film, Harry meets a dancer and takes a liking to her.       

Role:
Maria Vargas
Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Edmond O'Brien, Marius Goring, Valentina Cortese
Directed By:
6. The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972)
16
7
The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean
PG
16
7

Shortly after he rides into a West Texas border town named Vinegaroon, he is beaten up by the customers in a saloon and left to die. However, a young girl named Maria finds him and helps him, after which returns to town and shoots the three men who had wronged him. Seeing that the town is without law and order, he appoints himself as the judge, and decides to deliver justice in his own way.

Starring:
Paul Newman, Jacqueline Bisset, John Huston, Anthony Perkins, Richard Farnsworth, Gary Combs
Directed By:
7. Show Boat (1951)
12
5
Show Boat
12
5
Role:
Julie LaVerne
Starring:
Agnes Moorehead, Joe E. Brown, Howard Keel, Kathryn Grayson, Marge Champion
Directed By:
George Sidney
8. Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (1951)
12
5
Pandora and the Flying Dutchman
12
5
Role:
Pandora Reynolds
Starring:
James Mason, Nigel Patrick, Harold Warrender, Sheila Sim
Directed By:
Albert Lewin
10. 55 Days at Peking (1963)
13
6
55 Days at Peking
13
6

During the Boxer Rebellion in 1900, Matt Lewis, an American major, tries to lead the defense and keep the rebels at bay, while waiting for an international military relief force to arrive. 

Role:
Baroness Natalie Ivanoff
Starring:
Charlton Heston, David Niven, John Ireland, Flora Robson
Directed By:
Nicholas Ray, Guy Green
11. The Hucksters (1947)
8
4
The Hucksters
8
4
Role:
Jean Ogilvie
Starring:
Clark Gable, Keenan Wynn, Deborah Kerr, Sydney Greenstreet, Adolphe Menjou
Directed By:
Jack Conway
12. One Touch of Venus (1948)
10
4
One Touch of Venus
10
4
Role:
Venus
Starring:
Eve Arden, Dick Haymes, Olga San Juan, Robert Walker
Directed By:
William A. Seiter, Gregory La Cava
13. The Great Sinner (1949)
8
4
The Great Sinner
8
4

While traveling from Moscow, writer Fedya becomes fascinated with gambling addict, the stunning Pauline Ostrovsky. When he abandons his own journey and follows her, he also decides to write a character study on gambling addicts. Unfortunately, his love for Pauline leads him down a path of gambling and crime from which he never recovers. 

Role:
Pauline Ostrovsky
Starring:
Ethel Barrymore, Walter Huston, Gregory Peck, Agnes Moorehead, Melvyn Douglas
Directed By:
Robert Siodmak
14. Mogambo (1953)
16
7
Mogambo
16
7

Mogambo is a romantic adventure drama film which tells the story of Eloise Kelly, a socialite, who arrives at a remote African outpost. She is upset after finding out that her acquaintance has canceled his trip, due to unrest in his region. She soon meets a hunter and wild animal catcher Victor Marswell, who soon develops a liking towards her.  

Role:
Eloise Y. Kelly
Starring:
Clark Gable, Grace Kelly, Donald Sinden, Philip Stainton
Directed By:
15. The Bribe (1949)
8
4
The Bribe
8
4
Role:
Elizabeth Hintten
Starring:
Charles Laughton, Vincent Price, Robert Taylor, John Hodiak
Directed By:
16. Singapore (1947)
6
4
Singapore
6
4

An American pearl smuggler’s bride-to-be goes missing when the church, in which she was waiting to marry him, is bombed by the Japanese during the WWII. Unable to find her anywhere, he finally leaves Singapore; but when he returns 5 years later, everybody believes he is here to seek the pearls he has left. In the meantime, he sees his bride-to-be. 

Role:
Linda Grahame / Ann Van Leyden
Starring:
Fred MacMurray, Spring Byington, Richard Haydn, Roland Culver
Directed By:
John Brahm
17. Bhowani Junction (1956)
8
4
Bhowani Junction
8
4
Role:
Victoria Jones
Starring:
Stewart Granger, Francis Matthews, Bill Travers, Abraham Sofaer
Directed By:
18. The Sentinel (1977)
15
9
The Sentinel
R
15
9

The Sentinel is a supernatural horror film which tells the story of Alison Parker, a model in New York City, who has a troubled past. She decides to change her life, which makes her leave her boyfriend, and relocate to a different apartment in a building where the only other resident is a blind priest. Unknown to Alison, the building houses a sinister evil, which is why the priest is present, to keep a check on it.

Role:
Miss Logan
Starring:
Tom Berenger, Richard Dreyfuss, Jeff Goldblum, Christopher Walken, Eli Wallach, John Carradine, Chris Sarandon
Directed By:
Michael Winner
19. The Cassandra Crossing (1976)
14
8
The Cassandra Crossing
R
14
8

A group of passengers on a train that is travelling from Geneva to Stockholm are exposed to an extremely deadly virus. In order to ensure that the virus doesn’t spread, the driver receives explicit orders not to stop or let anyone off the train. 

Starring:
O. J. Simpson, Richard Harris, Martin Sheen, Sophia Loren, Burt Lancaster, O.J. Simpson
Directed By:
George P. Cosmatos
20. Priest of Love (1981)
6
4
Priest of Love
R
6
4

Priest of Love is a British biographical drama film which tells the story of an author DH Lawrence, whose novel ‘The Rainbow’, attracts huge controversy and gets banned, due to which he is forced to leave his native country England, and go to the US, in order to escape the outrage. He soon writes ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’, which becomes his greatest work.  

Role:
Mabel Dodge Luhan
Starring:
John Gielgud, Ian McKellen, Janet Suzman, Penelope Keith, Jorge Rivero
Directed By:
Christopher Miles
21. The Bible: In the Beginning... (1966)
11
7
The Bible: In the Beginning...
11
7
Starring:
Peter O'Toole, George C. Scott, Franco Nero, John Huston, Richard Harris, Michael Parks
Directed By:
22. Knights of the Round Table (1953)
9
6
Knights of the Round Table
9
6
Role:
Guinevere
Starring:
Mel Ferrer, Robert Taylor, Stanley Baker, Anne Crawford
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
23. The Sun Also Rises (1957)
8
5
The Sun Also Rises
8
5
Role:
Lady Brett Ashley
Starring:
Errol Flynn, Eddie Albert, Mel Ferrer, Tyrone Power
Directed By:
Henry King
24. Lone Star (1952)
6
4
Lone Star
6
4

Lone Star is a 1952 black-and-white Western film that tells the story of Devereaux Burke, a cattleman from Texas, who has to help the President of the US, to prevent the Republic of Texas from signing a treaty with Mexico. 

Role:
Martha Ronda
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Lionel Barrymore, Clark Gable, Beulah Bondi
Directed By:
Vincent Sherman
25. My Forbidden Past (1951)
6
4
My Forbidden Past
6
4

Barbara Beaurevelle lives in New Orleans with her autocratic aunt and cousin, Paail. Although she is in love with Dr. Mark Lucas their romance is broken up by Paul. Believing that Barbara has stood him up, Mark marries Connie on the rebound. Later Barbara inherits a huge amount of money from her grandmother. She now wants Mark back and sets up Paul to break his marriage.  

Role:
Barbara Beaurevel
Starring:
Robert Mitchum, Lucile Watson, Janis Carter, Melvyn Douglas
Directed By:
Robert Stevenson
26. Maisie Goes to Reno (1944)
6
4
Maisie Goes to Reno
6
4

Maisie is overworked at her defense job, until she is given a vacation for two weeks. She meets a man named Tommy, who offers her a job of singing with his band in Reno. However, she needs to get there on her own. At the bus station, she meets a soldier who asks her to deliver a letter for his wife, who is waiting for a divorce.

Role:
Gloria Fullerton
Starring:
Ann Sothern, John Hodiak, Tom Drake, Paul Cavanagh
Directed By:
Harry Beaumont
27. The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952)
10
7
The Snows of Kilimanjaro
TV-PG
10
7
Role:
Cynthia Green
Starring:
Susan Hayward, Gregory Peck, Leo G. Carroll, Hildegard Knef
Directed By:
Roy Ward Baker, Henry King
28. Mayerling (1968)
7
4
Mayerling
M
7
4
Role:
Empress Elizabeth
Starring:
Omar Sharif, Catherine Deneuve, James Mason, James Robertson Justice
Directed By:
Terence Young
29. Ride, Vaquero! (1953)
6
4
Ride, Vaquero!
6
4

Bandit Jose Esqueda hates settlers in his Texas town and attacks them. Jose’s adoptive brother, Rio, teams up with new settler, King Cameron, and gets close to Cameron’s wife Cordelia. As Rio continues to save Cameron’s life and Cordelia falls in love with him, a final gunfight with Jose will decide all of their fates.   

Role:
Cordelia Cameron
Starring:
Anthony Quinn, Robert Taylor, Howard Keel, Kurt Kasznar
Directed By:
30. 3 Men in White (1944)
5
4
3 Men in White
5
4

Three Men in White is a drama comedy film which revolves around two young doctors Red and Lee who are competing to be the assistant of Dr Gillespie.  Therefore, they are given a test. Lee’s task is a small girl who falls ill whenever she has a candy, while Red’s task is a girl’s mother who is suffering from arthritis.

Role:
Jean Brown
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Van Johnson, Marilyn Maxwell, Keye Luke
Directed By:
Willis Goldbeck
31. The Ballad of Tam Lin (1970)
5
4
The Ballad of Tam Lin
PG
5
4

The film is based on the Celtic legend Tam-Lin. Michaela Cazaret is a glamorous, enigmatic, old woman who uses her riches and witchcraft to keep herself surrounded with young admirers. Her favorite amongst them, an artist called Tom Lynn, gets captivated by local vicar’s daughter Janet Ainsley, which makes Michaela jealous. Tom has aroused the witch’s wrath. Can Janet’s innocence save him?

Role:
Michaela Cazaret
Starring:
Joanna Lumley, Ian McShane, Stephanie Beacham, Cyril Cusack
Directed By:
Roddy McDowall
32. She Went to the Races (1945)
5
4
She Went to the Races
TV-G
5
4

Dr Ann Wotters is a scientist working at Brockhurst Institute of Research in Los Angeles. She is shocked when she learns that her uncle is going to be let off because the institute can’t afford to keep him anymore. When she learns that the institute needs $ 20,000 to afford his services, along with her colleagues, she plans to try their luck at a racetrack.  

Role:
Hilda Spotts
Starring:
Buster Keaton, James Craig, Frances Gifford, Edmund Gwenn
Directed By:
Willis Goldbeck
33. Earthquake (1974)
19
13
Earthquake
PG
19
13

Stuart manages to resolve his marital woes with his wife Remy, but things turn worse when the city is hit by a series of devastating earthquakes. The rest of the story revolves around how common people are affected by this.

Role:
Remy
Starring:
George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Walter Matthau, Lorne Greene, Victoria Principal, Charlton Heston, Geneviève Bujold
Directed By:
Mark Robson
34. The Angel Wore Red (1960)
5
4
The Angel Wore Red
5
4

Set in the backdrop of Spanish Civil War, the story follows a young Catholic priest, who resigns from priesthood due to the church’s indifference to the poor. Later in the same day, he meets an attractive entertainer and over the time they are drawn towards each other. Meanwhile the civil war continues to rage, engulfing the duo in its orbit. 

Role:
Soledad
Starring:
Vittorio De Sica, Dirk Bogarde, Joseph Cotten, Aldo Fabrizi
Directed By:
Nunnally Johnson
35. The Little Hut (1957)
5
4
The Little Hut
5
4

Sir Philip Ashlow and his wife, Lady Susan Ashlow, are shipwrecked on a deserted island. Accompanying them is his close friend Henry Brittingham-Brett. Ignored by her husband, Susan tries to attract his attention by demonstrating a romantic interest in Henry. Problem arises when Henry starts taking those advances seriously and suggests that like food and water they share Susan too. 

Role:
Lady Susan Ashlow
Starring:
Stewart Granger, David Niven, Finlay Currie, Walter Chiari
Directed By:
Mark Robson
36. Whistle Stop (1946)
5
4
Whistle Stop
5
4

After being away for two years, Mary returns to her home in her small town. She tries to reconcile with Kenny, her former lover, but he seems to be quite jealous and bitter, and therefore, she goes to Lew, a nightclub owner, who is Kenny’s mortal enemy. Angered at this, Kenny decides to get rid of Lew, but Mary foils his plans, although she is still not sure between the two men.     

Role:
Mary
Starring:
Victor McLaglen, George Raft, Tom Conway, Jorja Curtright
Directed By:
Léonide Moguy
37. The Naked Maja (1958)
5
4
The Naked Maja
5
4
Role:
Duchess of Alba Maria Cayetana
Starring:
Anthony Franciosa, Lea Padovani, Gino Cervi, Amedeo Nazzari
Directed By:
Henry Koster
38. Permission to Kill (1975)
5
4
Permission to Kill
PG
5
4

Alexander Diakim is a revolutionary who has been banished from his country, but he soon sees an opportunity to return and lead an uprising to remove the fascist regime in power in his nation.  

Role:
Katina Petersen
Starring:
Timothy Dalton, Dirk Bogarde, Bekim Fehmiu, Nicole Calfan
Directed By:
Cyril Frankel
39. The Kidnapping of the President (1980)
5
4
The Kidnapping of the President
R
5
4

Ignoring his Secret Service agent's warnings, US President Adam Scott carries on with a state visit to Canada. He is soon kidnapped by a South American terrorist who keeps the president captive in an armored truck packed with timed explosives.

Role:
Beth Richards
Starring:
William Shatner, Hal Holbrook, Van Johnson, Miguel Fernandes
Directed By:
George Mendeluk
40. The Blue Bird (1976)
5
4
The Blue Bird
G
5
4

In this US-Soviet co-production, peasant kids, Tyltyl and Mytyl, set out to look for the Blue Bird of Happiness to make a young sick girl in the neighbourhood happy. The journey takes the two siblings to the kingdoms of past and future as well as the land of night and luxury. Accompanying them on their journey are human forms of various living and non-living things.

Role:
Luxury
Starring:
Elizabeth Taylor, Cicely Tyson, Jane Fonda, Todd Lookinland
Directed By:
41. Regina Roma (1982)
4
4
Regina Roma
4
4

An aging couple wants peace and harmony in their family, but things get quite complicated when their only son returns after a long absence with his fiancée.

Role:
Mama
Starring:
Anna Karina, Anthony Quinn, Ray Sharkey
Directed By:
Jean-Yves Prate
42. Ghosts on the Loose (1943)
5
5
Ghosts on the Loose
5
5
Role:
Betty
Starring:
Bela Lugosi, Bobby Jordan, Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall
Directed By:
William Beaudine
43. City on Fire (1979)
3
5
City on Fire
R
3
5

A resentful ex-employee floods the city sewers with petrochemicals by opening valves of an oil refinery which was built at the center of the town with a corrupt mayor’s consent. After a major explosion at refinery the fire spreads rapidly throughout the city. Dr. Whitman and Nurse Harper at the city hospital and fire-chief, Risley, fight valiantly to save the disaster victims. 

Starring:
James Franciscus, Shelley Winters, Leslie Nielsen, Henry Fonda, Barry Newman, Susan Clark
Directed By:
Alvin Rakoff
44. The Long Hot Summer (1985)
8
3
The Long Hot Summer
8
3
Role:
Minnie Littlejohn
Starring:
Don Johnson, Jason Robards, Judith Ivey, Cybill Shepherd
Directed By:
Stuart Cooper
45. Maggie (1986)
7
3
Maggie
7
3
Starring:
Jeremy Lloyd, Herb Edelman, Marshall Colt, Barry Corbin, Lucy Aston
Directed By:
Waris Hussein
46. Harem (1986)
6
4
Harem
6
4
Starring:
Omar Sharif, Nancy Travis, Yaphet Kotto, Julian Sands
Directed By:
William Hale

Special Appearance/Cameo

The Band Wagon (1953)
44
15
The Band Wagon
44
15

The Band Wagon is a romantic comedy musical film which tells the story of Tony Hunter, a musical movie star who fears that his career may be dying. Things change when two of his friends come up with a Broadway project in order to revive his career. But things get complicated when the egotistical director decides to hire a ballerina named Gaby Gerard as the leading lady.   

Role:
Ava Gardner (uncredited)
Starring:
Nanette Fabray, Oscar Levant, Fred Astaire, Cyd Charisse
Directed By:
Shadow of the Thin Man (1941)
27
10
Shadow of the Thin Man
27
10

After a jockey is found shot dead in the locker room, famous detective Nick’s friend Lt. Abrams asks him to help out. Soon, Nick begins investigating the case along with his wife Nora. Soon, he feels that the only way to find the culprit would be to gather all the suspects in a room.

Role:
Passerby at Racetrack (uncredited)
Starring:
Donna Reed, Barry Nelson, William Powell, Myrna Loy
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
Lost Angel (1943)
9
4
Lost Angel
9
4

Subjected to various scientific experiments since her arrival as a foundling at the Institute of Child Psychology, little Alpha does not know what normal childhood is. She first comes in contact with outside world when a reporter comes to interview her and taking pity on her, he helps her to sneak out of the institute and see the world for herself. 

Role:
Hat Check Girl (uncredited)
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, Henry O'Neill, James Craig, Philip Merivale, Donald Meek
Directed By:
Roy Rowland
H.M. Pulham, Esq. (1941)
11
5
H.M. Pulham, Esq.
11
5

In this movie, based on John P. Marquand bestselling novel - H. M. Pulham, Esq - a middle aged wealthy businessman Harry Pulham looks back at his life after he receives a phone call from his former Harvard friend about a college reunion and another one from a lady, Marvin Myles, who he was once in love with. The two calls make him reflect on his own disciplined life and whether he ever was happy.

Role:
Young Socialite (uncredited)
Starring:
Hedy Lamarr, Robert Young, Ruth Hussey, Charles Coburn
Directed By:
Kid Glove Killer (1942)
10
5
Kid Glove Killer
10
5

Kid Glove Killer is a crime drama thriller film which tells the story of Gerard L Latimer, an ambitious young lawyer, who helps Daniels, the mayoral candidate and Turnely, the district attorney candidate to get elected. Daniels and Turnely has one thing in common: they want to clean the city of all crime. However, they are unaware that their lawyer Gerald is also working with one of the most notorious gangsters of the city.

Role:
Car Hop (uncredited)
Starring:
Samuel S. Hinds, Eddie Quillan, Van Heflin, Marsha Hunt
Directed By:
Fred Zinnemann
Two Girls and a Sailor (1944)
9
4
Two Girls and a Sailor
9
4

A sailor helps two sisters start a service canteen, and soon falls in love with Jean, the gorgeous one of the two. However, he is unaware that her sibling Patsy is also in love with him. 

Role:
Canteen Dancer / Dream Girl (uncredited)
Starring:
Lena Horne, Jimmy Durante, Gracie Allen, June Allyson, Henry O'Neill, Van Johnson
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
Babes on Broadway (1941)
11
5
Babes on Broadway
11
5
Role:
Audience Member (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Donna Reed, Fay Bainter, Virginia Weidler, Judy Garland
Directed By:
Busby Berkeley
Hitler's Madman (1943)
8
4
Hitler's Madman
8
4

It is fictionalized version of historical WWII events. Brutal Nazi commander Reinhardt Heydrich, who inflicted atrocities in Czechoslovakia, is fatally attacked by the partisans in the village of Lidice. Under the leadership of Heinrich Himmler, the village is demolished, the men are gunned down and women are taken to concentration camp. As a reprisal, the Czech village of Lidice is set ablaze. 

Role:
Franciska Pritric (uncredited)
Starring:
John Carradine, Alan Curtis, Ralph Morgan, Howard Freeman
Directed By:
Douglas Sirk
Mighty Lak a Goat (1942)
6
3
Mighty Lak a Goat
6
3

Mighty Lak a Goat is a short comedy film which tells the story of a group of kids, who gets splashed by mud from a passing car. They try to get rid of the mud, but unknowingly create a bad odor among themselves.  They reach school, but upon reaching, they are thrown out of the classroom.

Role:
Girl at Theatre Boxoffice (uncredited)
Starring:
Robert Blake, Our Gang, John Dilson, George B. French
Directed By:
Herbert Glazer
We Do It Because- (1942)
6
3
We Do It Because-
6
3

This short film gives us an explanation and also shows the origin of various customs such as hand-shaking, kissing, the tradition of the wedding ring, and the breaking of wine bottles during ship launchings.

Role:
Lucretia Borgia (uncredited)
Starring:
John Nesbitt, Mark Daniels, Tom Herbert, Mitchell Lewis
Directed By:
Basil Wrangell
Reunion in France (1942)
10
6
Reunion in France
10
6
Role:
Marie - Salesgirl (uncredited)
Starring:
Joan Crawford, John Wayne, John Carradine, Reginald Owen, Albert Bassermann
Directed By:
Jules Dassin
Du Barry Was a Lady (1943)
10
6
Du Barry Was a Lady
10
6

Coatroom attendant, Louis Blore, adores the nightclub's star singer, May Daly, who is in love with poor dancer Alec Howe but wants to marry an arrogant patron for money. When Louis wins a huge sum in sweepstakes, he immediately wants to marry May, but after having a spiked drink, slips into a dream that changes his perspective.

Role:
Perfume Girl (uncredited)
Starring:
Lucille Ball, Red Skelton, Gene Kelly, Lana Turner, Zero Mostel
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
Calling Dr. Gillespie (1942)
6
4
Calling Dr. Gillespie
6
4

When a young man suffering from mental disorders suddenly goes on a killing spree, Dr Gillespie is called in to investigate.

Role:
Graduating Student at Miss Hope's (uncredited)
Starring:
Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Phil Brown, Nat Pendleton
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
Joe Smith, American (1942)
6
4
Joe Smith, American
6
4

Joe Smith, American is a drama film which tells the story of Joe, a simple American citizen who works as an aircraft mechanic. His life turns upside down when he gets kidnapped by Nazi spies, since they need information regarding a new bombsight. They begin to torture him, so that he would give them the information they need.

Role:
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
Starring:
Harvey Stephens, Robert Young, Jonathan Hale, Marsha Hunt
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
Fancy Answers (1941)
6
3
Fancy Answers
6
3
Role:
Girl at Recital (uncredited)
Starring:
Byron Foulger, George Magrill, Family The Cristiani, Pete Smith
Directed By:
Basil Wrangell
Strange Testament (1941)
6
3
Strange Testament
6
3
Role:
Waitress (uncredited)
Starring:
John Nesbitt, Edward Ashley, Dorothy Morris
Directed By:
Sammy Lee
Swing Fever (1943)
5
4
Swing Fever
5
4

Lowell Blackford is a skilled musician, but he is also cursed with an ‘evil eye’ which has hypnotic powers. He goes in search of a Broadway producer, but he soon gets involved with a boxer.  

Role:
Receptionist (uncredited)
Starring:
Lena Horne, Kay Kyser, Marilyn Maxwell, Nat Pendleton
Directed By:
Tim Whelan
This Time for Keeps (1942)
5
4
This Time for Keeps
5
4

When his wife is out of town, Lee White pays a visit to her parents just for some company. Things get interesting when Lee’s father-in-law Harry asks him to quit his job as a car saleseman and join the real-estate business. Lee agrees and his first assignment is to sell a piece of land to a wealthy property investor named Arthur. Eventually, due to Harry’s bossy and interfering nature, problems arise in Lee’s marital life.

Role:
Girl in Car Lighting Cigarette (uncredited)
Starring:
Virginia Weidler, Henry O'Neill, Guy Kibbee, Robert Sterling
Directed By:
Charles Reisner
Sunday Punch (1942)
5
4
Sunday Punch
5
4

Roscoe is a boxing trainer whose students reside together in a boardinghouse where no women are allowed. However, things get complicated after the arrival of Judy, the landlady’s neice, as the men seem to get distracted.

Role:
Ringsider (uncredited)
Starring:
J. Carrol Naish, Guy Kibbee, Dan Dailey, William Lundigan
Directed By:
David Miller
Young Ideas (1943)
5
4
Young Ideas
5
4

Josephine, a woman with two children, is dating a professor named Michael Kingsley. However, problem arises because her children do not approve of the relationship, and they try to disrupt it.  They tell Kingsley that incidents from their mother’s books are actually true events, hoping that Kingsley would be displeased.  

Role:
Co-ed (uncredited)
Starring:
Richard Carlson, Herbert Marshall, Mary Astor, Elliott Reid
Directed By:
Jules Dassin
Blonde Fever (1944)
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Blonde Fever
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Blonde Fever is a comedy drama film which revolves around Peter Donay, who owns Café Donay, a fancy roadside establishment. His marriage is not very successful , and therefore, he soon starts falling for a nightclub waitress named Sally. However, Sally is only interested in Peter’s money and business. When his wife comes to know about this, she tries to get rid of Sally.   

Role:
Minor Role (uncredited)
Starring:
Hume Cronyn, Jessica Tandy, Mary Astor, Felix Bressart, Gloria Grahame
Directed By:
Richard Whorf

TV Shows

A.D.
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A.D.
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Role:
Agrippina
Starring:
Ben Vereen, Susan Sarandon, Ian McShane, James Mason, Colleen Dewhurst, John Houseman
Directed By:
Stuart Cooper
Knots Landing
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Knots Landing
TV-14
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Starring:
Eric Stoltz, Marcia Cross, Helen Hunt, Patrick Duffy, Michelle Phillips, Larry Hagman, Bruce Greenwood
Directed By:
Linda Day, Gabrielle Beaumont, Michael Lange, Roger Young, Nick Havinga