Lucille La Verne

Highest Rated:
100% A Tale of Two Cities (1935)
Lowest Rated:
90% Little Caesar (1930)
Birthday:
Nov 7
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Coming to films from the stage in 1914, actress Lucille LaVerne had a career which endured for over twenty years. She seemed to dote on playing tattered old hags, staggering tosspots, time- and care-worn slum mothers and indomitable frontierswomen. She was delightful in her own nasty way as the old…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Zaza
  • Actor
-- 2013
98% Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  • Queen/Witch
-- 1937
100% A Tale of Two Cities
  • La Vengeance
-- 1935
Kentucky Kernels (Triple Trouble)
  • Hannah Milford
-- 1934
Hearts of Humanity
  • Actor
-- 1933
Pilgrimage
  • Mrs. Hatfield
-- 1933
She Wanted A Millionaire
  • Mother Norton
-- 1932
Wayne Murder Case
  • Mrs. Sheen Housekeeper
-- 1932
Alias The Doctor
  • Actor
-- 1932
An American Tragedy
  • Mrs. Asa Griffiths
-- 1931
100% Abraham Lincoln
  • Midwife
-- 1930
90% Little Caesar
  • Ma
-- 1930
America
  • Refugee Mother
-- 1924
91% Orphans of the Storm
  • His mother
-- 1921

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Quotes from Lucille La Verne's Characters

    1. Queen/Witch: Oh! What a cute little chair. Why, there's seven little chairs. Must be seven little children. And from the look of this table, seven untidy little children.
    From Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Submitted by Adam O (20 months ago)
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