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Muriel Evans (1910–2000)

Muriel Evans was born on July 20, 1910 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA as Muriel Adele Evanson. She was an actress, known for Call of the Prairie (1936), Three on the Trail (1936) and King of the Pecos (1936). She was married to Marshall R. Worcester and Michael Cudahy. She died on October 26, 2000 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Call of the Prairie Linda McHenry
Three on the Trail Mary Stevens
King of the Pecos Belle Jackson
Manhattan Melodrama Tootsie Malone


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 1946 Studio Visit (Short)
Bit part (uncredited)
 1940 Roll Wagons Roll
Ruth Benson
 1939 Dog-Gone (Short)
Miriam Jones
 1939 Westbound Stage
Joan Hale
 1939 Chicken Feed (Short)
 1939 The Rookie Cop
Fern, Joey's Girl
 1939 Home Boner (Short)
Mrs. Errol
 1937 Boss of Lonely Valley
Retta Lowrey
 1937 Law for Tombstone
Nellie Gray
 1937 Rustlers' Valley
Agnes Randall
 1937 Smoke Tree Range
Nan Page
 1937 Headline Crasher
Edith Arlen
 1937 Rich Relations
Trixie Lane
 1936 Don't Be Like That (Short)
The Faithful Wife
 1936 Ten Laps to Go
Norma Corbett
 1936 The Boss Rider of Gun Creek
Starr Landerson
 1936 Under Your Spell
Governess (uncredited)
 1936 The House of Secrets
Julie Kenmore
 1936 Missing Girls
Dorothy Benson
 1936 Two-Fisted Gentleman
June Prentice
 1936 Three on the Trail
Mary Stevens
 1936 Mr. Deeds Goes to Town
Theresa (uncredited)
 1936 King of the Pecos
Belle Jackson
 1936 Call of the Prairie
Linda McHenry
 1936 Silver Spurs
Janet Allison
 1935 The New Frontier
Hanna Lewis
 1935 Nurse to You! (Short)
Muriel Chase
 1935 The Throwback
Muriel Fergus
 1935 The Roaring West
Mary Parker
 1934 Have a Heart
Helen, Schauber's Secretary
 1934 Hide-Out
 1934 Attention Suckers (Short)
Demonstration Watcher
 1934 Hollywood Party
Show Girl (uncredited)
 1934 The Big Idea (Short)
Honey, Ted's Fiancee
 1934 Manhattan Melodrama
Tootsie Malone
 1934 Jailbirds of Paradise (Short)
Muriel Evans
 1934 Heat Lightning
Blonde Cutie
 1933 Queen Christina
Barmaid at Inn (uncredited)
 1933 The Women in His Life
 1933 Dancing Lady
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1933 Broadway to Hollywood
1st Flirty Blonde Chorus Girl (uncredited)
 1933 Thundering Taxis (Short)
Mrs. Blocker
 1933 Arabian Tights (Short)
Miss Evans
 1933 His Silent Racket (Short)
 1933 Nature in the Wrong (Short)
 1933 Fast Workers
 1933 Fallen Arches (Short)
Muriel Gilbert
 1932 Mr. Bride (Short)
Muriel Evans
 1932 Now We'll Tell One (Short)
Muriel Evans
 1932 Girl Grief (Short)
Miss Evans
 1932 Hot Spot (Short)
 1932 Pack Up Your Troubles
Wrong Eddie's Bride
 1932 Young Ironsides (Short)
Muriel Evans
 1932 Sinners in the Sun
Fashion Model (uncredited)
 1929 Joyland (Short)
 1929 What a Pill (Short)
 1929 Good Night Nurse (Short)
 1928 Wife Trouble (Short)
 1928 Crown Me (Short)
The Nurse
 1927 Sure Cure (Short)
Show Show Self (2 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)

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Evans and 11 other actresses (out of 300) won a two-day beauty contest sponsored by Paramount Pictures in March, 1932. The celebrity judges were actress Carole Lombard, costume designer Travis Banton and director William C. de Mille. The prize for all winners was apparently an uncredited group cast appearance in Sinners in the Sun (1932). See more »

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