Judith Allen (I) (1911–1996)


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The very pretty Judith Allen certainly had the makings of a great actress but her career fell far short, to the point that she came to be more sensational in the tabloid news than she was in the "B" films she graced. She was born Marie Elliot in New York City on February 8, 1911, of Scottish parentage, and raised in Belmont, Massachusetts. She ... See full bio »

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Known For

Bright Eyes Adele Martin
(1934)
Too Much Harmony Ruth Brown
(1933)
(1935)
She Loves Me Not Frances Arbuthnot
(1934)

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 1952 Something to Live For
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1951 One Wild Night (Short)
 1950 Again... Pioneers
Mrs. Barnes
 1950 Train to Tombstone
Belle Faith
 1950 I Shot Billy the Kid
Mrs. Alec McSween
 1940 Sky Murder
'Ruffles' Macklin (uncredited)
 1940 Framed
Gwen Porter
 1939 Romance of the Potato (Short)
 1939 The Women
Corset Model (uncredited)
 1939 Four Girls in White
Nurse (uncredited)
 1938 Tough Kid
Ruth Lane
 1938 Port of Missing Girls
Della Mason
 1937 Telephone Operator
Helen Molloy
 1937 Texas Trail
Barbara Allen
 1937 Boots and Saddles
Bernice Allen
 1937 It Happened Out West
Ann Martin
 1937 Bill Cracks Down
Elaine Witworth
 1937 Git Along Little Dogies
Doris Maxwell
 1937 Navy Spy
Anna Novna
 1936 Beware of Ladies
Betty White
 1936 Burning Gold
Caroline 'Carrie' Long
 1935 Reckless Roads
Edith Adams
 1935 The Healer
Joan Bradshaw
 1935 Behind the Green Lights
Mary Kennedy
 1934 Bright Eyes
Adele Martin
 1934 Night Alarm
Helen Smith
 1934 Men of the Night
Mary Higgins
 1934 Young and Beautiful
June Dale
 1934 She Loves Me Not
Frances Arbuthnot
 1934 The Old Fashioned Way
Betty McGonigle / Agnes Dowton in the 'The Drunkard'
 1934 Marrying Widows
The Widow
 1934 The Witching Hour
Nancy Brookfield
 1934 Dancing Man
Diane Trevor
 1933 Hell and High Water
Sally Driggs
 1933 Too Much Harmony
Ruth Brown
 1933 This Day and Age
Gay Merrick
 1933 The Thundering Herd
Milly Fayre
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She appeared in the October 1933 edition of Modern Mechanix. In the article she was named as "the girl with the most perfect back" after attending the California health show in Los Angeles. After examining x-rays her back was named the best as her back was in perfect alignment and without any curvature. See more »

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