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Judy Malcolm (1910–1998)

Judy Malcolm was born on December 1, 1910 in Buffalo, New York, USA as Marguerite Westergren. She is known for her work on Gold Is Where You Lose It (1944), G.I. Wanna Home (1946) and Honeymoon Blues (1946). She died on July 22, 1998 in East Aurora, New York. See full bio »

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Known For

Gold Is Where You Lose It
(1944)
G.I. Wanna Home
(1946)
Honeymoon Blues
Honeymoon Blues Louise, receptionist
(1946)
Crazy Like a Fox
Crazy Like a Fox Auditioning Actress
(1944)

Filmography

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 1955 Bedlam in Paradise (Short)
Heavenly Switchboard Operator (uncredited)
 1951 Pest Man Wins (Short)
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1950 Three Hams on Rye (Short)
Brunette Showgirl (uncredited)
 1949 Vagabond Loafers (Short)
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1949 Waiting in the Lurch (Short)
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
 1949 Flung by a Fling (Short)
Hostile Woman in Corridor
 1949 A Miss in a Mess (Short)
 1948 Heavenly Daze (Short)
Heavenly Switchboard Operator (uncredited)
 1948 Pardon My Lamb Chop (Short)
Woman at Front Door
 1948 Squareheads of the Round Table (Short)
Lady-In-Waiting (uncredited)
 1948 Two Nuts in a Rut (Short)
Passerby
 1947 All Gummed Up (Short)
Light Bulb Customer (uncredited)
 1947 Brideless Groom (Short)
Former Girlfriend (uncredited)
 1947 Wedding Belle (Short)
Woman in Hallway
 1947 Training for Trouble (Short)
Aggressive Woman (uncredited)
 1947 Half-Wits Holiday (Short)
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1946 Andy Plays Hookey (Short)
Miss Jones (uncredited)
 1946 Honeymoon Blues (Short)
Louise, receptionist
 1946 G.I. Wanna Home (Short)
Tessie
 1946 Mr. Wright Goes Wrong (Short)
 1946 Hot Water (Short)
Passerby
 1946 Ain't Love Cuckoo? (Short)
Aggressive Woman (uncredited)
 1945 Micro-Phonies (Short)
Receptionist (uncredited)
 1945 Dance, Dunce, Dance (Short)
Short Dancer
 1945 If a Body Meets a Body (Short)
Family Member (uncredited)
 1945 The Jury Goes Round 'n' Round (Short)
Juror
 1945 Off Again, on Again (Short)
Clock Department Clerk (uncredited)
 1945 Eadie Was a Lady
Show Girl (uncredited)
 1944 No Dough Boys (Short)
Stella Pumpernickle (uncredited)
 1944 Gents Without Cents (Short)
Weeks' Secretary (uncredited)
 1944 Cowboy from Lonesome River
Cora (uncredited)
 1944 Gold Is Where You Lose It (Short)
Bystander (uncredited)
 1944 Pick a Peck of Plumbers (Short)
Bridge Player on Right (1st scene) (uncredited)
 1944 You Were Never Uglier (Short) (scenes deleted)
 1944 Crazy Like a Fox (Short)
Auditioning Actress
 1944 Crash Goes the Hash (Short)
Secretary (uncredited)
 1944 Doctor, Feel My Pulse (Short)
Dr. Martin's Nurse (uncredited)
 1943 Dizzy Pilots (Short)
Girl in Hangar (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Vaudeville comedian who frequently teamed with Gus Schilling
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

Judy was a stand-in for Fay Wray in King Kong (1933). In the scene where Wray and Bruce Cabot jumped off a cliff into the river below, Judy Malcolm did the actual jump. She was also seen in long-shots in Kong's hands.

Trademark:

catchline: "How dare you remind me of somebody I hate!"

Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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