Mae Clarke
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Mae Clarke
*August 16, 1910 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
as Violet Mary Klotz
April 29, 1992 Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA

American actress famous for her roles in Frankenstein and The Public Enemy.

Films

2011

J. Edgar

1967

Thoroughly Modern Millie

1966

A Big Hand for the Little Lady

1959

Ask Any Girl

1956

The Catered Affair
Mohawk
Come Next Spring
The Desperados Are in Town

1955

Not as a Stranger
Wichita
Women's Prison
I Died a Thousand Times

1954

Magnificent Obsession

1953

Confidentially Connie

1952

Horizons West
Pat and Mike
Singin' in the Rain
Because of You
Fearless Fagan
The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima
Skirts Ahoy!
Love Is Better Than Ever
Holiday for Sinners

1951

Callaway Went Thataway
The People Against O'Hara
Royal Wedding
The Great Caruso
Mr. Imperium
Inside Straight
The Unknown Man

1950

Duchess of Idaho
Annie Get Your Gun
Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone
The Yellow Cab Man

1949

King of the Rocket Men

1945

Kitty

1944

And Now Tomorrow

1942

Flying Tigers
Lady from Chungking

1940

Women in War

1936

Great Guy
The House of a Thousand Candles
Hearts in Bondage
Hats Off

1935

Silk Hat Kid
The Daring Young Man

1934

Nana
This Side of Heaven
The Man With Two Faces

1933

Lady Killer
Penthouse
As the Devil Commands
Parole Girl

1932

Night World
Boo
The Impatient Maiden
The Final Edition
The Penguin Pool Murder

1931

Frankenstein
The Public Enemy
Waterloo Bridge
The Front Page
The Good Bad Girl

1930

The Fall Guy
The Dancers
Men on Call

1929

Nix on Dames
Big Time


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Articles with substantial mentioning of Mae Clarke

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Photoplay, February 1930


Books on Mae Clarke
Books with substantial mentioning of Mae Clarke
Gary J. Svehla and Susan Svehla (editors)
Hollywood's Classic Scream Queens, 1930s
, 2000

Gregory William Mank
Women in Horror Films, 1930s
Jefferson, North Carolina, and London, 1999

Calvin Thomas Beck with Robert Stewart Associate Editor
Scream Queens
New York - London, 1978

James Robert Parish and William T. Leonard
Hollywood Players, The Thirties
New Rochelle, New York, 1976
Books with an entry on Mae Clarke
Kay Weniger
Das große Personenlexikon des Films, Zweiter Band, C-F
Berlin, 2001

Frank N. Magill (ed.)
Magill's Cinema Annual 1993, A Survey of the Films of 1992
Pasadena, Ca.; Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1993

Danny Peary
Cult Movie Stars
New York, [..], 1991

Paul Michael, editor in chief. James Robert Parish, associate editor
The American movies reference book, The sound era
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,, 1969