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Kitty O'Neil (I) (1888–1969)

Kitty O'Neil was born on August 23, 1888 in Texas, USA. She was an actress, known for The Bishop's Wife (1947), Quicksand (1950) and Back Street (1941). She died on April 28, 1969 in California, USA. See full bio »

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(age 80) in California, USA

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Known For

The Bishop's Wife
The Bishop's Wife Hat Shop customer
(1947)
Quicksand
Quicksand Madame Zaronga
(1950)
Back Street
Back Street Mrs. Dilling
(1941)
Isle of Missing Men
Isle of Missing Men Pauline - Nurse
(1942)

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 1950 No Way Out
Landlady (uncredited)
 1950 Quicksand
Madame Zaronga
 1947 The Bishop's Wife
Hat Shop customer (as Kitty O'Neill)
 1945 The Affairs of Susan
Evie (uncredited)
 1942 Isle of Missing Men
Pauline - Nurse
 1942 Lady in a Jam
Woman (uncredited)
 1942 The Spoilers
Landlady (uncredited)
 1942 Joe Smith, American
Mrs. Sheldon (uncredited)
 1941 Swing It Soldier
Mrs. Simms
 1941 Back Street
Mrs. Dilling
 1940 The Invisible Woman
Mrs. Patten (uncredited)
 1940 A Little Bit of Heaven
Mrs. Mitchell
 1940 Hired Wife
Mrs. Peabody (uncredited)
 1939 Love Affair
Orphanage Housekeeper (uncredited)
 1937 Dick Tracy
Orphanage Matron [Ch. 1] (uncredited)
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 1966 The Invisible Woman (Short)
Mrs. Patton (uncredited)

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