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Mary Carlisle (1914–2018)

She was the standard prototype of the porcelain-pretty collegiate and starry-eyed romantic interest in a host of Depression-era films and although her name may not ring a bell to most, Mary Carlisle enjoyed a fairly solid decade in the cinematic limelight. The petite Boston-born, blue-eyed blonde was born on February 3, 1914, and brought to ... See full bio »

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Tip-Off Girls Marjorie Rogers
This Side of Heaven Peggy Turner
College Humor Barbara Shirrel


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 1943 Dead Men Walk
Gayle Clayton
 1942 Baby Face Morgan
Virginia Clark
 1942 Torpedo Boat
Jane Townsend
 1941 Rags to Riches
Carol Patrick
 1940 Dance, Girl, Dance
 1939 Rovin' Tumbleweeds
Mary Ford
 1939 Call a Messenger
Marge Hogan
 1939 Beware Spooks!
Betty Lou Winters Gifford
 1939 Hawaiian Nights
 1939 Inside Information
 1939 Fighting Thoroughbreds
 1938 Say It in French
Phyllis Carrington
 1938 Illegal Traffic
Carol Butler
 1938 Touchdown, Army
Toni Denby
 1938 Hunted Men
Jane Harris
 1938 Doctor Rhythm
Judy Marlowe
 1938 Tip-Off Girls
Marjorie Rogers
 1937 Hold 'Em Navy
Judy Holland
 1937 Double or Nothing
Vicki Clark
 1937 Hotel Haywire
 1936 Lady Be Careful
Billie 'Stonewall' Jackson
 1936 Love in Exile
Emily Stewart
 1935 Kind Lady
 1935 Super-Speed
Nan Gale
 1935 It's in the Air
Grace Gridley
 1935 The Old Homestead
Nancy Abbott
 1935 Champagne for Breakfast
Edie Morton
 1935 One Frightened Night
Doris Waverly
 1935 The Great Hotel Murder
Olive Temple
 1935 Grand Old Girl
Gerry Killaine
 1934 Girl O' My Dreams
 1934 Kentucky Kernels
Gloria Wakefield
 1934 That's Gratitude
Dora Maxwell
 1934 Million Dollar Ransom
Francesca Shelton
 1934 Handy Andy
Janice Yates
 1934 Murder in the Private Car
Ruth Raymond
 1934 Once to Every Woman
Nurse Doris Andros
 1934 This Side of Heaven
Peggy Turner
 1934 Palooka
Anne Howe
 1933 Should Ladies Behave
Leone Merrick
 1933 East of Fifth Avenue
Edna Howard
 1933 Saturday's Millions
Thelma Springer
 1933 Ladies Must Love
Sally Lou Cateret
 1933 College Humor
Barbara Shirrel
 1933 Men Must Fight
 1932 Her Mad Night
Constance 'Connie' Kennedy
 1932 Smilin' Through
Young Party Guest (uncredited)
 1932 Down to Earth
Jackie Harper
 1932 Ship A Hooey! (Short)
 1932 Now's the Time (Short)
 1932 Night Court
Elizabeth Osgood
 1932/I Grand Hotel
Mrs. Hoffman - Young Honeymooner (uncredited)
 1932 Hotel Continental
 1932 This Reckless Age
Cassandra Phelps
 1931 The Great Lover
Blonde Autograph Seeker (uncredited)
 1931 The Secret 6
Girl (uncredited)
 1930 The Devil's Cabaret (Short)
Impy (uncredited)
 1930 Passion Flower
Blonde Party Guest (uncredited)
 1930 Remote Control
Young Blonde Violinist (uncredited)
 1930 Madam Satan
Little Bo Peep (uncredited)
 1930 Children of Pleasure
Secretary (uncredited)
 1930 Montana Moon
Party Girl (uncredited)
 1930 The Girl Said No
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1923 Long Live the King
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Mary Carlyle


5' 1" (1.55 m)


James Blakeley  (his death)  (1 child)


Blakeley III, James Edward


Witter (Wotton), Leona Ella | Kaiser, Henry J.


Grant Whytock (aunt or uncle)

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Was taught how to dance by Ann Dvorak which helped her to land studio contract at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. See more »

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