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MILLER, Marilyn. Real name, Marilyn Reynolds. B. Evansville, Ind., Sept. 1, 1900. Blonde hair, blue eyes. M. (1) Frank Carter ; he d. ; (2) Jack Pickford, 1922 ; div.
Was originally the junior member of a troupe known as the Five Columbias, consisting of her mother, step-father, and two elder sisters, For seven years they toured France, England, Germany, Spain, Cuba and Honolulu. At the age of twelve she appeared in Big Time in Chicago, but was forced to leave the east on account of her youth. Came back to England to appear in the revue Oh Joy ! under the management of Sir Oswald Stoll. Broke this contract, and was next seen at the Embassy Club, London. While here Lee Schubert saw her and induced her to return to the Winter Garden, New York, where her dancing created a sensation. Film debut Sally (F.N., 1930).
Also Played in : Sunny (F.N.), Her Majesty Love (F.N.).
MILLER, Patsy Ruth. Real name, Patricia. B. St. Louis, Mo., June 22, 1905. Reddish-brown hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 1 in. Wt. 7 st. 7 lbs. Ed. Visitation Convent ; St. Mar}7 Institute, St. Louis. M. Tay Garnett, Sept. 1929. While on a visit to a film studio she was offered a part in a Buster Keaton comedy. She became one of the most popular stars of the silent screen. Played with Valentino in The Sheik (Para, 1923). Has since played in talkies.
Played in : The Girl I Love (U.A.). The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Univ), The Yankee Consul (Ideal), Red II id Tyres (Warner), Oh, What a Nurse (Warner), The White Black Sheep (F.N.), So this is Paris (Warner), Private Izzy Murphy (Warner), Broken Hearts of Hollywood (Warner), Painting the Town (Univ), Hero for a Night (Univ), The Hypocrites (Gaumont), Il’o(/’s Clothing (Warner), The First Auto (Warner), Why Girls Go Back Home (Warner), Rose of the IVovld (Artcraft), Marriage by Contract (Tiffany), The Aviator (Warner), The Girl Who Came Back (Tiffany), The Fall of Eve (Col), Twin Beds (F.N.), The Sap (Warner), So Long, Lett)' (Warner), Night Beat (Marffair).
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MILTON, Billy. B. London, Dec. 8, 1905. Dark hair, dark eyes. Ed. Lancing College.
Brother of Harry Milton. Bogan his career in France in the лоте business but, finding this uncongenial, turned to the •stage, appearing for the first time in public at the Chez Henri Night Club. Became Mistinguette’s dancing partner at the Casino de Paris, 1931. One of his earliest films was The Flag Lieutenant (Neo-Art).
Also Played in : London (British National), Young Woodley (B.I.P.), The Great Gay Road (Butcher), Three Men in a Boat (A.R.P.).
MILTON, Harry. B. London, June, 1900. Black hair, brown eyes. M. Dorothy Bouchier, 1929.
Brother of Billy Milton. Was a pilot officer in the Air Force until 1928, making his stage debut the same year in Bow IVows and on the screen in Chick (B.L., 1928). It was during this production that he met his future wife.
Also Played in : Stamboul (Para-Brit), Man of Mayfair (Para-Brit), Carnival (B. & D.), The King's Cup (B. & D).
MIX, Tom. Real name, Thomas Edwin Mix. B. Jan. 6, 1881, El Paso, Texas. Black hair, brown eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 11 st. 11 lb. M. (1) and (2) never yet published ; (3) Olive Stokes ; daughter Ruth, 1913 ; div. 1917 ; (4) Victoria Forde ; daughter Tomasina ; div. ; (5) Mabel Hubbell (trapeze artist, known as Mabel Ward).
At the age of seventeen joined up for service in the Spanish-American War, and received a head wound. Later, served as a machine-gunner during the Boxer Rebellion in China. Was engaged during the Boer War to break in horses and at one time supervised a horse transport to Ladysmith. In 1903 was appointed United States Marshal in Oklahoma and later Special Revenue Officer. Screen debut with the Selig Company at the beginning of the Great War. His wonderful performances with the lasso and dare-devil riding soon brought him worldwide admiration. Visited England in 1925, accompanied by Tony, his famous black horse. His seventeen-year-old daughter, Ruth, eloped with a film actor in 1930 and, during a resultant case in court, Tom Mix admitted earning ^1,500 a week.
Pi.ayed in : The Drifter (Radio), King Cowboy (Radio), The Big Diamond Robbery (Radio), Outlawed (Radio), Son of the Golden West (Radio), The Dude Ranch (Para), Treat ’Em Rough (Fox), Six Shooter Andy (Fox), Rough Riding
Romance (Fox), Fame and Fortune (Fox), Cupid's Rouncl-tcp (Fox), The Coming of the Law (Fox), Roaring Reform,-Western Blood (Fox), Ace High (Fox), Mr. Logan, U.S.A. (Fox), The Wilderness Trail (Fox), Prairie Trails (Fox). The Texan, Just Tony (Fox), Ladies to Board (Fox), Oh You Tony (Fox), Yes, We Have No Temper (Fox), Chasing the Moon (Fox), The Trouble Shooter (Fox), Eyes of the Forest (Fox), After Your Own Heart (Fox), Sky High (Fox), Stepping Fast (Fox), Up and Going (Fox), The Deadwood Coach (Fox), For Big Stakes (Fox), Dick Turpin (Fox), The Lucky Horseshoe (Fox), The Everlasting Whisper (Fox), Tony Runs Wild (Fox), The Great К & A Train Robbery (Fox), The Canyon of Light (Fox), The Circus Ace (Fox), Troubling River (Fox), The Silver Valley (Fox), Arizona Wildcat (Fox), Daredevils Reward (Fox), Horseman of the Plains (Fox), The Cowboy King, Painted Post (Fox), Hills Chevenne, Destry Rides Again (Univ, his first talkie), Rider of Death Valley (Univ), My Pal the King (Univ), Pony Boy (Univ), Fourth Horseman (Univ).
MONTENEC-RO, Conchita. B. San Sebastian, Spain, Sept. 11, 1912. Dark hair, dark eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 3 in. Ed. in Madrid.
Convinced her family of her dancing, talents by her performance in a charity play. Was then given all encouragement and soon danced her way to Paris, Nice, London and Berlin, and eventually to Hollywood, at the instigation of a M.G.M. executive. Film debut in Paris, 1928. American screen debut in a small part in Strangers May Kiss (M.G.M., 1931). ,
Also Played in : Never the Twain. Shall Meet (M.G.M.), Paid To Love (Fox), The ’Cisco Kid (Fox), The Gay Caballero (Fox, also Spanish version).
MONTGOMERY, Robert. Real name Henry Montgomery, Jun. B. Beacon,
N.Y., May 21, 1904. Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 11 st. 6 lb. Ed. boarding school, New York. M. Elizabeth Bryan Allen, 1928.
The untimely death of his father compelled him to curtail his studies and obtain a job on the railway. Later went to sea, then, coming back to land, became, assistant property-man in a theatre, and; finally an actor. After brief experience onj the stage made his appearance in motion pictures, one of his best performances' being in Inspiration (M.G.M., 1930). j Also Played in : College Days
(M.G.M.), So This is College (M.G.M.), Untamed (M. G. M.), Transatlantic
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(Fox), On the Set (M.G.M.), Father’s Day (M.G.M.), The Single Standard (M.G.M.), Three Live Ghosts (U.A.), Divorcee (M.G.M.),Free and Easy (M.G.M.), Our Blushing Brides (M.G.M.), War Nurse (M.G.M.), Big House (M.G.M.), Richest Man in the World (M.G.M.), Love in the Rough (M.G.M.),The Easiest Way (M.G.M.), Strangers May Kiss (M.G.M.), Shipmates (M.G.M.), Man in Possession (M.G.M.), Private Lives (M.G.M.), Lovers Courageous (M.G.M.), But the Flesh is Weak (M.G.M.), Letty Lynton (M.G.M.), Blondie of the Follies (M.G.M.), Tinfoil (M.G.M.).
MOORE, Colleen. Real name, Kathleen Morrison. B. Port Huron, Mich. Reddish-brown hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 3 in. Wt. 7 st. 7 lb. Ed. Holy Name Convent, Tampa, Fla. ; Detroit Conservatory of Music. M. (x) John McCormick, Aug. i, 1923 ; dissolved 1930 ; (2) A. P. Scott, Feb. 1932. Entered motion pictures in 1917 with a six months' contract signed by the Griffith’s Fine-arts Company. Her first experience of screen work was opposite Robert Harron in The Bad Boy (Fine-Arts Triangle). It was Flaming Youth (F.N., 1923) which established her. After some years absence from the screen M.G.M. brought her back under contract (1932).
Also Played in : Little Orphan Annie (Selig), So Long, Letty (Christie), Dinty (F.N.), Come On Over (Goldwyn), Wallflower (Goldwyn), Slippy McGee (F.N.), The Huntress (F.N.), Painted People (F.N.), The Perfect Flapper (F.N.), Flirting with Love (F.N.), So Big (F.N.), Sally (F.N.), The Desert Flower (F.N.), We Moderns (F.N.), Irene (F.N.), Ella Cinders (F.N.), It must be Love (F.N.), Twinkletoes (F.N.), Orchids and Ermine (F.N.), Naughty but Nice (F.N.), Her Wild Oat (F.N.), Lilac Time (F.N.), Happiness Ahead (F.N.), Oh Kay (F.N.), Synthetic Sin (F.N.), That’s a Bad Girl (F.N.), Smiling Irish Eyes (F.N.), Why he Good? (F.N.), Footlights and Fools (F.N.).
MOORE, Dickie. B. Los Angeles, Sept. 12, 1926.
A favourite child actor. Screen debut when eleven months old with John Barrymore in The Beloved Rogue (U.A.).
Also Played in : Disorderly Conduct (Fox), So Big (Warner), The Expert (Warner), Divine Love (Foy), Winner Take All (Warner), Gentleman for a Day (Warner), Million Dollar Legs (Para), Son of the Gods (F.N.), Seed (Fox), The White Man (M.G.M.), Star Witness ("Warner), Husband’s Holiday (Para), Blonde Venus
(Para), Fii email Save my Child (F.N.), Cauliflower Alley (Col).
MOORE, Eva. B. Brighton, Feb. 9,
1870. Ed. Brighton. M. H. V. Esmond; 2 children, Jack and Jill. Stage debut London, 1887, in Proposals. A long and successful career on the London and provincial stages followed and in May, 1931, went to Hollywood to join her daughter, Jill Esmond (wife of Laurence Olivier).
Played in : Brown Sugar (Twickenham), But the Flesh is Weak (M.G.M.), The Old Dark House (Univ), The Crimson Circle (Era), Chit Chin Chow (Wilcox), The Great Well (Ideal), Motherland (Samuelson).
MOORE, Matt. B. County Meath, Ireland, 1888. Auburn hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 10 in. Wt. 10 st. 10 lb. Ed. Toledo, Ohio.
Following brief experience on the stage, entered motion pictures, one of his early productions being Traffic in Souls (Univ).
Also Played in : Pride of Clan
His Jazz Bride (Warner), The First Year (Fox), Cave Man (Warner), Three Weeks in Paris (Warner), Early to Wed (Fox), Mystery Club (Univ), Summer Bachelors (Fox), Married Alive (Fox), Tilly the Toiler (M.G.M.), Ambrose Applejohn’s Adventure (M.G.), The Unholy Thr ее (M.G.), Beware of Blondes (Col), Phyllis of the Follies (Univ), Coquette (U.A.), Side Street (Fox), King of Kings (De Mille), Call of the West (Col), The Squealer (Col), Penrod and Sam (F.N.), Front Page (Col), Cock of the Air (Col), Married in Haste (Radio), Rain (Col), Pride of the Legion (Tec-Art), Little Orphan Annie (Pathe).
MOORE, Owen. B. County Meath, Ireland, 1SS6. Black hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 10 in. Wrt. 10 st. 10 lb. Ed. Toledo, Ohio. M. (1) Mary Pickford ; div. ; (2) Kathryn Репу.
Following few parts as juvenile in stock companies, entered motion pictures (1910). Among his earliest films was Crimson Gardenia (Goldwyn, 1919).
Also Played in : A Coney Island
Princess (Para), Little Boy Scout (Para), A Girl like that (Para), Piccadilly Jim (Select), The Poor Simp (Selznick), Chicken in the Case (Selznick), Love is an Awful Thing (Selznick), Reported Missing (Selznick), Thundergate (F.N.), Silent Partner (Para), Modern Matrimony (Selznick), Her Temporary Husband (F.N.), Torment (F.N.), East of Broadway (Pathe), High Voltage (Pathe), Camille of the Rarbary Coast (Pathe), Go Straight
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Schulberg), The Parasite (Schulberg), Trelawney of the Wells (M.G.M.), Blackbird (M.G.M.), Road to Mandalay (M.G.M.), Skyrocket (Pathd), Money Talks (Fox), Red Mill (M.G.M.), Taxi Dancer (M.G.M.), Women Love Diamonds (M.G.M.), Becky (M.G.M.), Tea for Three (M.G.M.), The Actress (M.G.M.), Stolen Love (Radio), Husbands for Rent (Warner), Side Street (Fox), What a Widow (U.A.j, Outside the Law (Univ), Extravagance (Tiffany), Hush Money (Fox), As You Desire Me (M.G.M.).
MOORE, Том. B. County Meath, Ireland, 1885. Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht-5 ft. 10¾ in. Wt. 10 st. 5 lb. Ed. Toledo, Ohio. M. (1) Alice Joyce ; (2) Eleanor Merry, 1931.
Long stage experience preceded his film debut with the Kalem Company. One of his earliest films was The Cowboy and the Lady (Para, 1922).
Also Played in : City of Comrades
(Goldwyn), Dub (Para), From the Ground Up (Goldwyn), Stop Thief (Goldwyn), The Cheat Accident (Goldwyn), Hold Your Horses (Goldwyn), Made in Heaven (Goldwyn), Mr. Barnes of New York (Goldwyn), Pawned (Selznick), Marriage 'Morals (Weber-North), Harbour Lights (Patlm), Rouged Lips (M.G.M.), The Yellowback (Radio), Big Brother (Para), Manhandled (Para), One Night in Rome (M.G.M.), Dangerous Money (Para), Troubled with Wives (P?„ra), Adventure (Para), Pretty Ladies (M.G.M.), On Thin Ice (Warner), Syncopating Sue (F.N.), Good and Naughty (Para), The Clinging Vine (Pathe), Kiss for Cinderella (Para), The Song and Dance Man (Para), The Love Thrill (Univ), The Wise Wife (Pathe), Cabaret (Para), Anybody Here Seen Kelly ? (Univ), The Siren (Col), His Last Haul (Radio), Side Street (Fox), The Woman Racket (M.G.M.), The Costello Murder Case (WAV.), Last Parade (Col), Lights and Shadows (M.G.M.), Cannonball Express (W.W.), The Warning Shadow (Peerless), Second Fiddle (Radio).
MOOREHEAD, Natalie. B. Pittsburg, Pa. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. i£ in. Ed. Peabody High School, Pittsburg.
Following brief stage experience was signed up on a Fox contract, one of her earliest films being Through Different Eyes (Fox, 1929).
Also Played in : Girl Jr от Havana (Edue), Trusting Wives (Educ), Furies (F.N.), Benson Murder Case (Para), Divorce Among Friends (Warner), Manslaughter (Para), Captain Thunder (Warner), Average Husband (Educ), Cross
Examination (Artclass), Hook, Line and Sinker (Radio), The Menace (Col), Unwanted (Col), Unholy Night (M.G.M.), The Deceiver (Col), Phantom of Paris (M.G.M.), Maher of Men (Col), Three Wise Girls (Col), Dance, Fools, Dance (M.G.M.), Women Men Marry (Headline), Romeo in Pyjamas (M.G.M.), My Past (Warner), Discarded Lovers (Tower), The Stoker (Allied), Lovebound (New World Peerless), Gigolette (Tec-Art), The Fighting Gentleman (International).
MORAN, Lee. B. Chicago, 111., June 23, 1890. Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. io£ in. Wt. 9 st. 9 lb. Ed. Chicago High School ; St. Ignatius College. M. Bernice Beatrice Sibeck ; 1 dau., Mary Jane (1920).
Following brief stage experience in musical comedy he entered pictures in 1909 and for ten years starred in the Lyons-Moran Comedies.
Also Played in : Alimony Annie
(Warner), Syncopating Sue (F.N.), Her Big Night (Univ), Ladies of the Night Club (Tiffany), Show Girl (F.N.), Glad Rag Doll (Warner), Gold Diggers of Broadway (Warner), Show of Shows (Warner), Dance Hall (Radio), Children of the Ritz (F.N.), Trelawney of the Wells (M.G.M.), Outcast (F.N.), Madonna of Avenue A (Warner), No Defence (Warner), On With the Show (Warner), Sweet Mama (F.N.), Pardon My Gun (Path£), Hide Out (Univ), The Aviator (Warner), Golden Dawn (Warner), Mammy (Warner), The Genius (Warner), Caught Plastered (Radio), Racetrack (Tiffany), Conflict (F.N.), A Soldier’s Plaything (Warner), Stowaway (Univ), Exposure (Premier), Fighting Gentleman (International).
MORAN, Lois. Real name, Lois Darlington Dowling. B. Pittsburg, Pa., Mar. 1, 1909. Blonde hair, dark-blue eyes, lit. 5 ft. 2 in. Wt. 7 st. 10 lb. Ed. Linden Hall Seminar}', Greeusburg ; Lycee de Tours, France.
Danced for two years in the Opera House, Paris. Later in New York, Returned to Paris and began her screen career in La Gallerie des Moustris. American film debut, Stella Dallas (U.A., 1925).
Also Played in : Just Suppose (F.N.), Reckless Lady (F.N.), The Prince of Tempters (F.N.), Padlocked (Para), God Gave Me Twenty Cents (Para), Whirlwind of Youth (Para), The Road to Mandalay (M.G.M.), Irresistible Lover (Univ), The Music blaster (Fox), Publicity Madness (Fox), Sharp Shooters (Fox), Love Hungry (Fox), Don’t illurry (Fox), Making the Grade (Fox), River Pirate (Fox), Blindjold (Fox), False Colours (Fox), Joy Street
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(Fox), Behind that Curtain (Fox), True Heaven (Fox), Words and Music (Fox), Not Damaged (Fox), Mammy (Warner), Song of Kentucky (Fox), Men in Her Life (Col), Under Suspicion (Fox), Transatlantic (Fox), The Spider (Fox), West of Broadway (M.G.M.)
MORAN, Polly. Real name, Pauline Theresa Moran. B. Chicago, 111. Dark brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4 in. Wt. 9 st. 8 lb. Ed. St. Patrick’s ; Chicago public schools.
At an early age she got her first theatrical opportunity after an agent had seen her clowning antics at school. Toured Europe and South Africa extensively before going to Hollywood and settling down in the motion picture industry. Made her debut in a Mack Sennett comedy, The Janitor.
Also Played in : Callahans and the Murphys (M.G.M.), London after Midnight (M.G.M.), The Enemy (M.G.M.), Buttons (M.G.M.), Rose Marie (M.G.M.), Bringing up Father (M.G.M.), Telling the World (M.G.M.), Show People (M.G.M.), Beyond the Sierras (M.G.M.), Shadows of the Night (M.G.M.), Honeymoon (M.G.M.), China Bound (M.G.M.), Hot for Paris (Fox), Chasing Rainbows (M.G.M.), The Bishop Murder Case (M.G.M.), Those Three French Girls (M.G.M.1, The Girl Said No (M.G.M.), Unholy Night (M.G.M.), Hollywood Review (M.G.M.), Caught Short (M.G.M.), It's a Wise Child (M.GM.),Guilty Hands (M.G.M.),Reducing(M.G.M.),Remote Control (M.G.M.), Way for a Sailor (M.G.M.), Politics (M.G.M.), Way Out West (M.G.M.), The Passionate Plumber M.G.M.), Prosperity (M.G.M.).
MORENO, Antonio. B. Madrid, Spain. Black hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 10 in. Wt. 12 st. 7Ш. Ed. public schools in Northampton, New York and Los Angeles. M. (1) Rosita Moreno ; div; (2) Daisy Danziger.
Screen debut, 1914, one of his best-known films being Mare Nostrum (Ingram, 1926). Came to England to play with Dorothy Gish in Madame Pompadour (B.I.P.).
Also Played in : The Temptress
(B.G.M.), Midnight Taxi (Warner), Adoration (F.N.), Careers (F.N.), Synthetic Sin (F.N.), The Air Legion (Radio), One Mad Kiss (Fox), Romance of the Rio Grande (Fox), Beverley of Granstark, Rough Romance (Fox).
MORENO, Rosita. B. Madrid, Spain, March 18, 1910. Chestnut hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4^ in. Wt. 8 st. 7 lb. M. Antonio Moreno ; div.
Made her professional stage debut as a dancer in Buenos Aires, 1918. Appeared in the United States for the first time in vaudeville, 1925. Made her way to Hollywood, where she was given a part in Slightly Scarlet (Para, 1930).
Also Played in : The Santa Fe Trail (Para), Her Wedding Night (Para), Paramount on Parade (Para), Sea God (Paral, Gay People, The Law Rides West (Para), Stamboul (Para-Brit).
MORLEY, Karen. Real name, Mildr d Linton. B. Ottawa, Iowa. Light brown hair, hazel eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4 in. Wt. 7 st. 6 lb. Ed. University of California. Is said to have got her first screen opportunity by reading Greta Garbo's lines before the microphone when the great star was absent from the set. Her voice reproduced so well and her appearance so impressed the directors that she was promptly given the part of Liane in Inspiration (M.G.M., 1930).
Also Played in : Daybreak (M.G.M.), Politics (M.G.M.), High Stakes (Radio), Never the Twain Shall hleet (M.G.M.), Lullaby (M.G.M.), Scarface (Col), Arsene Lupin (M.G.M.), Mata Hari (M.G.M.), Cuban Love Song (M.G.M.), Are You Listening ? (M.G.M.), Лlan About Town (Fox), Mad Masquerade (M.G.M.). Phantom of Crestwood (Radio), Mask of Fu Mancha (M,G.M.).
MORRIS, Chester. B. New York City, Feb. 16, 190г. Black hair, grey eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 9 in. Ed. Lincoln School, Mt. Vernon ; Art Students’ League in New York. M. Sue Kilbourne ; 1 son,
Gained his first theatrical experience, when, as a high school student, he joined a Westchester Players Stock Company, Mount Vernon. Later, at the age of sixteen, he played his first professional part as a man of 35 in The Copperhead. Screen debut, 1928, in the role of Chick Williams in The Perfect Alibi (U.A.).
Also Played in : Fast Life (F.N.', Woman Trap (Para), A Second Choice (Warner), Playing Around (F.N.), The Big House (M’G.M.), Divorcee (M.G.M.), The Case of Sergeant Gnscha (Radio), She Couldn’t Say No (Warner), The Bat ' Whispers (U.A.), Corsair (U.A.), Cock of the Air (U.A.), The Miracle Man (Para), Red Headed Woman (M.G.M.), Breach of Promise (W.W.).
MOWBRAY, Alan. B. London. Dark brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt.
II st. 11 lb.
Is a Londoner, and after the Great War, joined provincial touring companies.
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A part in Shaw's Apple Cart took him to New York. From there he went to Hollywood.
Played in : God's Gift to Women (Warner), The Man in Possession (M.G.M.), Alexander Hamilton (Warner), Silent Witness (Fox), Nice Women (Univ), Guilty Hands (M.G.M.), Lovers Courageous (M.G.M.), Honour of the Family (F.N.), World and the Flesh (Para), Man about Town (Fox), Winner Take All (Warner), Jewel Robbery (Warner), Two Against the World (Warner), The Man from Yesterday (Para), The Man Called Back (Tiffany), Sherlock Holmes (Fox).
MOYLAN, Catherine. B. Dallas, Texas, 1910. Blonde hair, green eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 2¾ in. Wt. 7 st. 10 lb. Ed. Bryan Street High School, Dallas. Following the winning of a two-tliousand dollar beauty contest in Dallas, was signed by Ziegfeld as a showgirl.
Played in : Our Blushing Brides
(M.G.M.), The Devil’s Cabaret (M.G.M.), Way Out West (M.G.M.), Easy Going (M.G.M.), Spring Fever.
MULHALL, Jack. B. Wappingers Falls, New York, Oct. 7, 1894. Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 11 in. Wt. 10 st. 12 lb." Ed. Wappingers Falls High School ; St. Mary’s Academy. M. Evelyn Wians.
Began his career in stock companies, playing boy parts, and later juvenile lead in various New York productions. His first appearance in pictures was in Hal Reed’s Cold Cash.
Also Played in : Subway Sadie
(F.N.), Just Another Blonde (F.N.), Man Crazy (F.N.), The Crystal Cup (F.N.), Within the Law (F.N.), Lady Be Good (F.N.), The Butter and Egg Man (F.N.), Ladies' Night in a Turkish Bath (F.N.), Waterfront (F.N.), Naughty Baby (F.N.), Children of the Ritz (F.N.), Dark Streets (F.N.), Twin Beds (F.N.), Two Weeks Off (F.N.), Song of Songs (Warner), In the Next Room (F.N.), Murder Will Out (F.N.), Road to Paradise (F.N.), Show Girl in Hollywood (F.N.), The Golden Calf (Fox), The Fall Guy (Radio), Night Beat (Mayfair), Murder at Dawn, (Big Four), For the Love of Lil (Col), Sally of the Subway (Mayfair), Lover Come Back (Col), Passport to Paradise (Mayfair), Hell's Headquarters (Mayfair), .Deui/г Ray (Pathe), Love Bound (Peerless)
MULLER, Renate. B. Munich. Fair hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 5 in. Ed. Munich.
Following long experience on the
German stage, made her screen debut in 1927, and has since played opposite Emil Jannings. Came to England, Oct., 1931, and soon after was signed up by Victor Saville to play the lead in Sunshine Susie (Gains, 1932).
Also Played in : Revolution in a
Reformatory (U.F.A.), Marry Me (Gains), Concert in Sans Souci (U.F.A.), Darling of the Gods (German), The Black Hussar (German), Slightly Indiscreet (U.F.A.).
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