Adrian Booth

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As a teenager, Virginia Mae "Ginger" Pound was hired as a vocalist with the Roger Pryor band. Signed to a Columbia Pictures contract in 1939, Ginger Pound was transformed into Lorna Gray. Under this cognomen, she played leads in B's like The Man They Could Not Hang (1939) and bits in A's like Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939). She was especially noticeable in Columbia's two-reel product, playing opposite the likes of Buster Keaton (Pest From the West) and the Three Stooges (Three Sappy People, Rockin' Thru the Rockies, You Nazty Spy!). She moved on to Republic, alternating as a serial heroine (Captain America) and villainess (The Perils of Nyoka). In 1946, Lorna Gray underwent a second name change, reemerging as Adrian Booth. While she was well received by the public in films like Valley of the Zombies (1946), Oh! Susanna (1950), and The Sea Hornet (1951), she never truly reached the top ranks of stardom, and retired in 1954. Adrian Booth is the widow of actor David Brian.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Knights and Emeralds Actor 1986
No Score Yet Spoilers of the North Jane Koster 1947
No Score Yet Under Colorado Skies Julia 1947
No Score Yet Out California Way Gloria McCoy 1946
No Score Yet Dakota Entertainer 1945
No Score Yet Fashion Model Yvonne 1945
No Score Yet Adventures of Kitty O'Day (Kitty O'Day Comes Through) Gloria 1945
No Score Yet So Proudly We Hail! Lt. Tony Dacolli 1943
No Score Yet Ridin' Down the Canyon Barbara Joyce 1942
No Score Yet Drums of the Desert Helene Laroche 1940
No Score Yet Up in the Air Rita Wilson 1940
95% Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Actor 1939
80% The Man They Could Not Hang Janet Saavard 1939
No Score Yet Red River Range Jane Mason 1938
No Score Yet Adventure in Sahara Carla Preston 1938

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Three Stooges
1934-1959
  • 1939

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