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Mae Turner (1908–1999)

Attractive Mae Turner was one of the top femme fatales, vamps, and hussies of Black Cinema in the 1930s. She usually played the woman who was the ruin of a man. She was a fine actress who perfected the "woman you love to hate" role and do you wrong and smile a devilish, crooked smile. She was like the Black Claire Trevor and Barbara Stanwyck. What ... See full bio »
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Spirit of Youth
Spirit of Youth Flora Bailey
(1938)
Two-Gun Man from Harlem
Two-Gun Man from Harlem Mrs. Ruth Steel
(1938)
Life Goes On
Life Goes On Lou Minters
(1938)
Am I Guilty?
Am I Guilty? Dunbar's Mother
(1940)

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 1940 Am I Guilty?
Dunbar's Mother
 1938 Two-Gun Man from Harlem
Mrs. Ruth Steel
 1938 Life Goes On
Lou Minters
 1938 Spirit of Youth
Flora Bailey
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 1938 Spirit of Youth (performer: "Blue, What For?", "Magic Lover" - uncredited)
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