Madge Evans

Highest Rated:
100% Dinner at Eight (1933)
Lowest Rated:
100% Hallelujah I'm a Bum (Happy Go Lucky) (Lazy Bones) (The Heart of New York) (1933)
Birthday:
Jul 1
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Demure American leading lady Madge Evans was a professional from childhood. As an infant, she was featured in print ads as the "Fairy Soap girl." From 1915 through 1918, she was resident child actress of the World Film Company. During the early 1920s she kept busy as a ingenue, leaving films in 1924…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Sinners in Paradise
  • Anne Wesson
-- 1938
Piccadilly Jim
  • Ann Chester
-- 1936
Exclusive Story
  • Ann Devlin
-- 1936
Pennies from Heaven
  • Susan
-- 1936
Moonlight Murder
  • Actor
-- 1936
The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, and Observation of David Copperfield, the Younger
  • Agnes
-- 1935
The Tunnel (Transatlantic Tunnel)
  • Ruth McAllan
-- 1935
Stand Up and Cheer!
  • Mary Adams
-- 1934
What Every Woman Knows
  • Sybil Tenterden
-- 1934
Paris Interlude
  • Julie Bell
-- 1934
Hell Below
  • Joan
-- 1933
100% Hallelujah I'm a Bum (Happy Go Lucky) (Lazy Bones) (The Heart of New York)
  • June Marcher
-- 1933
The Nuisance
  • Dorothy Mason
-- 1933
The Mayor of Hell
  • Dorothy Griffith
-- 1933
100% Dinner at Eight
  • Paula Jordan
-- 1933
Three Broadway Girls
  • Actor
-- 1932
Huddle
  • Rosalie
-- 1932
The Greeks Had a Word for Them (Three Broadway Girls)
  • Polaire
-- 1932
Are You Listening?
  • Laura
-- 1932
Sporting Blood
  • Ruby
-- 1931
Guilty Hands
  • Barbara Grant
-- 1931
Alias Jimmy Valentine
  • Actor
-- 1915

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