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Rebel Randall (1921–2010)

American actress of the 1940's and 50's, a former Esquire model and wartime pin-up girl. She got her start in Hollywood via a scholarship to the Max Reinhardt workshop on the strength of being 'The Coca Cola Girl' and elected 'ad queen of Chicago'. Her first starring role on stage was in 'Seventeen' in 1940. Her subsequent film career was ... See full bio »

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Known For

Booby Dupes
Booby Dupes Captain's Girl
The Lone Rider in Ghost Town
Wife Decoy
Wife Decoy Bunnie Kean, the vamp
Dead or Alive
Dead or Alive Belle Loper (bartender, Half Way House)


Hide Hide Show Show Actress (52 credits)
 1956 Come on Seven (Short)
 1951 Fun on the Run (Short)
 1951 Roaring City
Gail Chase
 1948 The Bride Goes Wild
Cigarette Girl (uncredited)
 1947 The Case of the Baby Sitter (Short)
Mamie Russell, alias the Duchess
 1947 That's My Gal
Showgirl (uncredited)
 1947 The Homestretch
Guest (uncredited)
 1946 Society Mugs (Short)
Alice Preston
 1946 Hot Water (Short)
Mrs. Lane
 1946 Night and Day
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1946 The Stranger
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
 1946 Her Kind of Man
Patsy - Showgirl (uncredited)
 1946 Tangier
Rocco's Girl (uncredited)
 1946 The Shadow Returns
Lenore Jessup
 1946 Because of Him
Roxanna (uncredited)
 1945 Adventure
Dame #3 (uncredited)
 1945 Where the Pest Begins (Short)
Mrs. Howard
 1945 A Thousand and One Nights
Girl in Tailor Shop (uncredited)
 1945 Wife Decoy (Short)
Bunnie Kean, the vamp
 1945 Booby Dupes (Short)
Captain's Girl
 1945 Here Come the Co-eds
Basketball Player (uncredited)
 1945 Snooper Service (Short) (as Alaine Brandes)
 1944 She Snoops to Conquer (Short)
Vera Hassenpheifer, the Spy
 1944 The Suspect
Model (uncredited)
 1944 Dead or Alive
Belle Loper (bartender, Half Way House)
 1944 Atlantic City
Woman on Train (uncredited)
 1944 Seven Doors to Death
Mable De Rose
 1943 In Old Oklahoma
Woman on Train (uncredited)
 1943 Hi'ya, Sailor
Bull's Hostess (uncredited)
 1943 Fired Wife
Divorcee (uncredited)
 1943 Gals, Incorporated
Waitress (uncredited)
 1943 Hit the Ice
Woman in Bed with Tubby (uncredited)
 1943 Good Morning, Judge
Sunbather (uncredited)
 1943 Hi, Buddy
Girl (uncredited)
 1943 It Comes Up Love
Vicki (uncredited)
 1943 The Powers Girl
 1943 Happy Go Lucky
Showgirl (uncredited)
 1942 Arabian Nights
Harem Girl (uncredited)
 1942 Fall In
Lydia Hummock
 1942 Sin Town
Dance Hall Girl (uncredited)
 1942 Holiday Inn
Girl (uncredited)
 1942 About Face (Short)
Girl at Party (uncredited)
 1942 The Fleet's In
Hostess (uncredited)
 1941 Pacific Blackout
Civil Defense Girl on Truck (uncredited)
 1941 Louisiana Purchase
Louisiana Belle (as Alaine Brandes)
 1941 The Lone Rider in Ghost Town
Helen Clark (as Alaine Brandes)
 1941 Ziegfeld Girl
Ziegfeld Girl (uncredited)
 1941 Nice Girl?
Woman (uncredited)
 1941 The Fired Man (Short) (as Alaine Brandes)
 1940 The Boys from Syracuse
Girl (uncredited)
 1940 Hold That Woman!
Telephone Operator (uncredited)
 1940 Turnabout
Model (uncredited)
Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Appeared in a production of "The Wild Duck", Chicago, IL. See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Interview | 3 Pictorials | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

Alternate Names:

Alaine Brandes

Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

[on Dave O'Brien, with whom she worked on Dead or Alive (1944)] . . . the funniest guy--he had that series of Pete Smith shorts at Metro. I laugh when I think about him and picture him in my mind. He was the best comedian; very humorous; he would make everybody laugh--a great talent; such a humorist. But of course he could play it straight. See more »


Born and raised in Chicago, and graduated from Foreman High School. See more »

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