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Virginia Welles (1925–2002)

Virginia Welles was born on June 25, 1925 in Wausau, Wisconsin, USA. She was an actress, known for Kiss and Tell (1945), Dear Ruth (1947) and A Kiss for Corliss (1949). She died on September 19, 2002 in Rancho Mirage, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Kiss and Tell
Kiss and Tell Mildred Pringle
Dear Ruth
Dear Ruth Martha Seacroft
A Kiss for Corliss
A Kiss for Corliss Mildred Pringle


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 1960 Waldo (TV Movie)
 1957 The People's Choice (TV Series)
Lily Devere
- The Late Husband (1957) ... Lily Devere
 1957 Dr. Christian (TV Series)
- Company Control (1957) ... Marie
 1956 Francis in the Haunted House
Lorna MacLeod
 1955 Studio 57 (TV Series)
 1951 The Bigelow Theatre (TV Series)
- The Sum of Seven (1951)
 1951 Casa Manana
Linda Mason
 1950 Square Dance Katy
Katy O'Connor
 1949 A Kiss for Corliss
Mildred Pringle
 1949 Make Believe Ballroom
Josie Marlow
 1949 Joe Palooka in the Big Fight
Anne Howe
 1949 Dynamite
 1947 Variety Girl
Variety Girl (uncredited)
 1947 Dear Ruth
Martha Seacroft
 1947 Ladies' Man
Jean Mitchell
 1946 To Each His Own
Liz Lorimer
 1945 Kiss and Tell
Mildred Pringle
 1945 Hollywood Victory Caravan (Short)
Unnamed Ingenue
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 1947 Ladies' Man (performer: "What Am I Gonna Do About You?")

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Other Works:

Stage Play: Panic. Drama. Written by Archibald Macleish. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by James Light. Imperial Theatre: 14 Mar 1935- 15 Mar 1935 (2 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "Unemployed/Male Chorus"), Osceola Archer (as "Female Chorus"), Amelia Barleon, Elaine Basil, Robin Batcheller, Abner Biberman (as "Unemployed"), ... See more »

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