Barbara Bates

Highest Rated:
100% All About Eve (1950)
Lowest Rated:
80% Scared Stiff (1953)
Birthday:
Aug 6
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
A former Conover model and ballet dancer, Barbara Bates made her film bow as one of Yvonne DeCarlo's handmaidens in 1945's Salome Where She Danced. She spent several years as a stock ingenue at 20th Century-Fox; her best-known role was as the slyly manipulative fan of stage actress Anne Baxter in…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Cheaper By the Dozen
  • Ernestine
-- 2003
Apache Territory
  • Jennifer Fair
-- 1958
Town on Trial
  • Elizabeth Fenner
-- 1957
Triple Deception
  • Judy
-- 1956
Rhapsody
  • Effie Cahill
-- 1954
80% Scared Stiff
  • Actor
-- 1953
80% The Caddy
  • Lisa Anthony
-- 1953
Outcasts Of Poker Flats
  • Piney
-- 1952
Belles on Their Toes
  • Ernestine
-- 1952
Let's Make It Legal
  • Barbara Denham
-- 1951
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain
  • Jenny Brock
-- 1951
100% All About Eve
  • Phoebe
-- 1950
Quicksand (1950)
  • Helen
-- 1950
89% The Inspector General
  • Leza
-- 1949
88% Johnny Belinda
  • Gracie Anderson
-- 1948
June Bride
  • Jeanne Brinker
-- 1948
80% Romance on the High Seas (It's Magic)
  • Stewardess
-- 1948
Fabulous Joe
  • Actor
-- 1947
Lady on a Train
  • Hatcheck Girl
-- 1945
Salome Where She Danced
  • Salome Girl
-- 1945
India of K-Town
  • Actor
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Quotes from Barbara Bates's Characters

    1. Dan Brady auto mechanic: I don't get it, why do you want to help me? When things were going good all I ever did was give you the runaround - now that I'm in a jam... why don't you get smart and stay away from me?
    2. Helen: I've been away from you too long - and it isn't any good! Don't you think that I know that I'm dumb to throw myself at a guy that doesn't want me?; don't you think I know I'm a fool to wait at a street corner for an hour just waiting for you to come out of a door? I know all that; but I can't help it. I fell in love with you the first time I saw you, Dan.
    3. Dan Brady auto mechanic: I'll drive you home.
    From Quicksand (1950). Submitted by Christopher B (20 months ago)
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