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Lola Lane (I) (1906–1981)


Lola Lane, born Dorothy Mullican, grew up Indianola, Iowa. Small-town life was not to her taste and she yearned to be in show business. She was also a bit of a rebel. At one time, in her teens, she 'scandalized' the townsfolk by dancing a particularly suggestive Charleston right in front of the church--which was emptying after Sunday service. She ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Big Fight Shirley
(1930)
Public Stenographer Ann McNair
(1934)
Torchy Blane in Panama Torchy Blane
(1938)
Burn 'Em Up Barnes Marjorie Temple
(1934)

Filmography

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 1946 They Made Me a Killer
Betty Farrington
 1946 Deadline at Dawn
Edna Bartelli
 1945 Why Girls Leave Home
Irene Mitchell
 1945 Steppin' in Society
The Duchess
 1945 Identity Unknown
Wanda
 1943 Buckskin Frontier
Rita Molyneaux
 1942 Lost Canyon
Laura Clark
 1942 Miss V from Moscow
Vera Marova - Posing as Greta Hiller
 1941 Mystery Ship
Patricia Marshall
 1941 Four Mothers
Thea Lemp Crowley
 1940 Girls of the Road
Ellie
 1940 Gangs of Chicago
June Whitaker
 1940 Zanzibar
Jan Browning
 1940 Convicted Woman
Hazel Wren
 1939 Four Wives
Thea Lemp Crowley
 1939 Daughters Courageous
Linda Masters
 1938 Four Daughters
Thea Lemp
 1938 Mr. Chump
Jane Mason
 1938 When Were You Born
Nita Kenton (Cancer)
 1938 Torchy Blane in Panama
Torchy Blane
 1937 Hollywood Hotel
Mona Marshall
 1937 The Sheik Steps Out
Phyllis 'Flip' Murdock
 1937 Marked Woman
Dorothy 'Gabby' Marvin
 1936 In Paris, A.W.O.L.
Lola
 1935 His Night Out
Lola
 1935 Death from a Distance
Kay Palmer
 1935 Alias Mary Dow
Minnie
 1935 Murder on a Honeymoon
Phyllis La Font
 1934 Ticket to a Crime
Peggy Cummings
 1934 Port of Lost Dreams
Molly Deshon / Molly Clark Christensen
 1934/I Burn 'Em Up Barnes
Marjorie Temple
 1934 The Woman Condemned
Jane Merrick
 1934 Public Stenographer
Ann McNair
 1933 The Woman Who Dared
Kay Wilson - Office Secretary
 1931 Ex-Bad Boy
Letta Lardo
 1931 Hell Bound
Platinum Reed
 1930 The Costello Case
Mollie
 1930 Good News
Pat
 1930 The Big Fight
Shirley
 1930 Let's Go Places
Marjorie Lorraine
 1929 The Girl from Havana
Joan Anders
 1929 Fox Movietone Follies of 1929
Lila Beaumont
 1929 Speakeasy
Alice Woods
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Appeared in "The War Song" on Broadway. Written by George Jessel, Sam Spewack and Bella Spewack. Staged by Albert Lewis. National Theatre: 24 Sept 1928-Dec 1928 (80 performances). As "Sally Moss." Cast included: George Jessel, William Gargan, Shirley Booth, Edmund Lowe. Produced by Albert Lewis and Sam Harris.

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Height:

5' 2" (1.57 m)
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Trivia:

Typically a hard-edged gal in movies, she was nevertheless more famous for a series of Warner Bros. tearjerkers with sisters Rosemary Lane and Priscilla Lane. See more »

Star Sign:

Gemini

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