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Dorothy Bartlam (1907–1991)

Dorothy Bartlam was born on November 8, 1907 in Goole, Yorkshire, England as Dorothy Esard Bartlam. She was an actress, known for Her Night Out (1932), Watch Beverly (1932) and Immediate Possession (1931). She was married to Maurice J Gleeson, Gleeson, Maurice J. and David Rawnsley. She died in September 1991 in Bournemouth, Hampshire, England. See full bio »

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Her Night Out
Her Night Out Kitty Vickery
Watch Beverly
Watch Beverly Audrey Thurloe
Immediate Possession
Immediate Possession Violet Fayre
Up for the Derby
Up for the Derby Dorothy Gordon


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 1933 Call Me Mame
Tess Lennox
 1933 Up for the Derby
Dorothy Gordon
 1933 The Fear Ship
Ivy Bywater
 1933 The Jewel
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
 1933 On Thin Ice
Unidentified Role
 1932 Watch Beverly
Audrey Thurloe
 1932 Her Night Out
Kitty Vickery
 1932 Fires of Fate
Kay Byrne
 1932 Tin Gods
Daphne Drake
 1931 The Love Race
Rita Payne
 1931 Stranglehold
 1931 Fascination
Vera Maitland
 1931 We Dine at Seven (Short)
Mrs. Sweet
 1931 Immediate Possession (Short)
Violet Fayre
 1929 The Flying Squad
Ann Parryman
 1928 Afterwards
Bit Role (uncredited)
 1928 Mine (Short)
 1928 Not Quite a Lady
Mabel Marchmont
 1928 Skirts
Bit Role (uncredited)
 1927 The Fake
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1927 A Woman Redeemed
Minor Role (uncredited)

Personal Details


5' 2" (1.57 m)

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Brunette dancer in chorus and cabaret, one of the 'Plaza Girls'. She entered films as an extra in 1925 and became a leading lady with British Lion in 1928, after winning a beauty contest. Retired after 1933 to concentrate on a new career as a novelist. She was also a noted breeder of Alsatians. See more »

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