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Peggy Dow


This promising 1950s Universal-International contract player had so much going for her -- beauty, brains and talent -- to go the distance, but she came up far short after deciding to retire for domestic life. Not remembered all that well today, pretty and wholesome blonde Peggy Dow was christened Peggy Josephine Varnadow on March 18, 1928, in ... See full bio »

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Known For

Harvey
Harvey Ruth Kelly
(1950)
Bright Victory
Bright Victory Judy Greene
(1951)
You Never Can Tell
You Never Can Tell Ellen Hathaway
(1951)
I Want You
I Want You Carrie Turner
(1951)

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 1951 I Want You
Carrie Turner
 1951 Reunion in Reno
Laura Carson
 1951 You Never Can Tell
Ellen Hathaway
 1951 Bright Victory
Judy Greene
 1950 The Sleeping City
Kathy Hall
 1950 Shakedown
Ellen Bennett
 1950 Woman in Hiding
Patricia Monahan
 1949 Undertow
Ann McKnight
 1949 Your Show Time (TV Series)
- The Mummy's Foot (1949)
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 1980 AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to James Stewart (TV Special documentary)
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[describing what it was like to work at Universal, where she was under contract, as opposed to other studios] At Universal they wanted us to use as many of our own clothes and accessories as we could. The other studios, like RKO, made or purchased everything for us.

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Once lived in Hollywood at "The Studio Club" which was a home for aspiring actresses run by Mrs. Cecil B. DeMille. See more »

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