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Ramsay Ames (1919–1998)

Leading lady in 40's "B" films. See full bio »

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 1963 The Running Man
Madge Penderby
 1961 At Five in the Afternoon
 1956 Alexander the Great
Drunken Woman (as Ramsey Ames)
 1954 The Lie (TV Movie)
 1953 Vicki
Café Photographer (uncredited)
 1948 G-Men Never Forget
Frances Blake
 1947 The Black Widow
Ruth Dayton
 1947 Green Dolphin Street
Corinne (uncredited)
 1947 Philo Vance Returns
Virginia Berneaux
 1946 The Time, the Place and the Girl
Bar Patron (uncredited)
 1946 The Gay Cavalier
Pepita Geralda
 1945 Too Young to Know
Party Guest
 1945 Mildred Pierce
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1944 Ghost Catchers
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1944 Follow the Boys
 1944 Hat Check Honey
Mona Mallory
 1944 Ladies Courageous (uncredited)
 1943 Calling Dr. Death
Maria Steele
 1943 Crazy House
Ramsay Ames (as Ramsay Ames and Her Tropicanans)
 1943 Two Señoritas from Chicago
Louise Hotchkiss
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Alternate Names:

Ramsey Ames | Ramsay Ames and Her Tropicanans

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During a trip to California to visit her mother, Ramsay had a chance meeting at the airport with Columbia President Harry Cohn. The meeting resulted in a screen test and then her 1943 movie debut Two Señoritas from Chicago (1943). From there she moved to Universal. See more »

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