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Evalyn Knapp (1906–1981)


Evalyn Knapp was born on June 17, 1906 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA as Pauline Evelyn Knapp. She was an actress, known for Perils of Pauline (1933), Bachelor Mother (1932) and One Frightened Night (1935). She was married to Dr. George A. Snyder. She died on June 12, 1981 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Perils of Pauline Pauline Hargrave
(1933)
Bachelor Mother Mary Somerset
(1932)
One Frightened Night Fake Doris Waverly
(1935)
Smart Money Irene Graham
(1931)

Filmography

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 1943 Two Weeks to Live
Miss Morris, Dr. O'Brien's Secretary (uncredited)
 1942 Sauce for the Gander
Secretary
 1941 Roar of the Press
Evelyn
 1941 The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance
Evelyn Jordan
 1940 Girl in 313
Arrested Girl
 1939 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Reporter Asking 'What Do You Think of the Girls in This Town?' (uncredited)
 1939 Idiot's Delight
Nurse #4 (uncredited)
 1938 Wanted by the Police
Kathleen Murphy
 1938 Rawhide
Peggy Gehrig
 1938 Hawaiian Buckaroo
Paula Harrington
 1936 Bulldog Edition
Randy Burns
 1936 Three of a Kind
Barbara Penfield
 1936 Laughing Irish Eyes
Peggy Kelly
 1935 The Fire-Trap
Betty Marshall
 1935 Confidential
Maxine Travers
 1935 Ladies Crave Excitement
Wilma Howell
 1935 One Frightened Night
Fake Doris Waverly
 1934 In Old Santa Fe
Lila Miller
 1934 A Man's Game
Judy Manners
 1934 Speed Wings
Mary
 1933 Perils of Pauline
Pauline Hargrave
 1933 Police Car 17
Helen Regan
 1933 Dance, Girl, Dance
Sally Patter
 1933 Corruption
Ellen Manning
 1933 His Private Secretary
Marion Hall
 1933 State Trooper
June Brady
 1933 Air Hostess
Kitty King
 1932 Bachelor Mother
Mary Somerset
 1932 Slightly Married
Mary Smith
 1932 A Successful Calamity
Peggy Wilton
 1932 This Sporting Age
Mickey Steele
 1932 Big City Blues
Jo-Jo (uncredited)
 1932 The Night Mayor
Doree Dawn
 1932 The Vanishing Frontier
Carol Winfield
 1932 Madame Racketeer
Alice Hicks
 1932 Fireman, Save My Child
Sally Toby
 1932 High Pressure
Helen Wilson
 1932 Taxi!
Actress in Movie Clip (uncredited)
 1931 How I Play Golf by Bobby Jones No. 11: 'Practice Shots' (Short)
Evalyn Knapp (uncredited)
 1931 Side Show
Irene
 1931 The Bargain
Vorencia
 1931 Smart Money
Irene Graham
 1931 A Shocking Affair (Short)
The Wife
 1931 The Millionaire
Barbara Alden
 1931 50 Million Frenchmen
Miss Wheeler-Smith
 1930 Mothers Cry
Jenny Williams
 1930 River's End
Miriam McDowell
 1930 Sinners' Holiday
Jennie
 1930 Taxi Talks (Short)
 1930 Chills and Fever (Short)
Betty
 1930 System (Short)
 1930 A Tight Squeeze (Short)
 1930 All Stuck Up (Short)
 1929 Wednesday Night at the Ritz (Short)
Girl in Hotel Room
 1929 Love, Honor and Oh! Baby (Short)
 1929 His Operation (Short)
1st Nurse
 1929 The Smooth Guy (Short)
 1929 Gentlemen of the Evening (Short)
The Girl in the Case
 1929 Big Time Charlie (Short)
Evalyn
 1929 Beach Babies (Short)
The Bathing Beauty
 1929 Hard Boiled Hampton (Short)
 1929 The Plumbers Are Coming (Short)
 1929 Dancing Around (Short)
 1929 At the Dentist's (Short)
The Prizefighter's Wife (as Helen Knapp)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Murder at the Vanities. Musical comedy/drama. Book by Earl Carroll and Rufus King. Additional dialogue by Eugene Conrad. Lyrics by Edward Heyman. Additional lyrics by Ned Washington, Paul Francis Webster and Herman Hupfeld. Music by Richard Meyers. Additional music by Victor Young, John J. Loeb, Herman Hupfeld and John W. Green... See more »

Publicity Listings:

2 Pictorials | See more »

Alternate Names:

Helen Knapp

Height:

5' 4" (1.63 m)
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Trivia:

She was the younger sister of well-known orchestra leader Orville Knapp (1904-1936) whose big songs were "Indigo" and "Accent on Youth." They initially appeared together in a dancing vaudeville act. Ironically, Orville, who was named after famed aeronautics pioneer 'Orville Wright', died in the crash of his private biplane. See more »

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