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Mary Servoss (1881–1968)

Mary Servoss was born on June 2, 1881 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She was an actress, known for So Proudly We Hail! (1943), In This Our Life (1942) and Experiment Perilous (1944). She died on November 20, 1968 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

So Proudly We Hail!
So Proudly We Hail! Capt. 'Ma' McGregor
In This Our Life
In This Our Life Charlotte Fitzroy
Experiment Perilous
Experiment Perilous Miss Wilson
Mrs. Parkington
Mrs. Parkington Mrs. Graham


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 1949 Beyond the Forest
Mrs. Wetch (uncredited)
 1948 An Act of Murder
 1947 High Wall
Martha Ferguson (uncredited)
 1946 A Stolen Life
Practical Nurse (uncredited)
 1946 My Reputation
 1945 Danger Signal
Mrs. Fenchurch
 1945 Mildred Pierce
Nurse (uncredited)
 1945 Conflict
Landlady (uncredited)
 1945 Roughly Speaking
Rose the Maid (uncredited)
 1944 Experiment Perilous
Miss Wilson
 1944 Mrs. Parkington
Mrs. Graham
 1944 Youth Runs Wild
Mrs. Cora Hauser
 1944 Summer Storm
Mrs. Kalenin
 1944 Uncertain Glory
Drover's Wife (uncredited)
 1944 Four Jills in a Jeep
Nurse Lieutenant (uncredited)
 1943 So Proudly We Hail!
Capt. 'Ma' McGregor
 1943 The Human Comedy
Mrs. Beaufrere (uncredited)
 1942 The Postman Didn't Ring
Helen Allen
 1942 In This Our Life
Charlotte Fitzroy
 1941 All Through the Night
Woman (uncredited)
 1940 The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date
Mrs. Colby

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Stage Play: Another Love. Comedy. Written by Jacques Deval. Translated by George Oppenheimer. Book adapted by George Oppenheimer. Directed by Milton Steifel. Vanderbilt Theatre: 19 Mar 1934- Apr 1934 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: France Bendtsen (as "Uncle Emile"), Romaine Callender (as "Cesar Poustiano"), Suzanne Caubaye (... See more »

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