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Almeda Fowler

Highest Rated:   100% Experiment Perilous (1944)
Lowest Rated:   60% The Kid From Brooklyn (1946)
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A tall character actress turned dress extra and a fixture in Hollywood films 1929-1948, Almeda Fowler was a schoolteacher prior to embarking on a long stage career that included appearances opposite the legendary Nora Bayes in Ladies First and Her Family Tree, Mrs. Leslie Carter in Stella Dallas, Frank Craven in 19th Hole, and the Marx Brothers in Cocoanuts. Fowler made her screen debut in Party Girl (1930) and would be found near the bottom of cast lists for the next two decades, often playing nurses, receptionists, and chair women. More often than not, her credit would simply read "woman" or "bystander."

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Face Behind the Mask
  • Woman
2003
No Score Yet Dream Girl
  • Woman
1948
No Score Yet The Hucksters
  • Woman in Elevator
1947
60% The Kid From Brooklyn
  • Bystander
1946
97% Notorious
  • Woman
1946
No Score Yet To Each His Own
  • Sara
1946
89% They Were Expendable
  • Actor
1945
100% Experiment Perilous
  • Clerk
1944
No Score Yet Once upon a Time
  • Woman
1944
100% The Lady Eve
  • Mother on Boat
1941
83% The Return of Frank James
  • Mrs. Edna Stone
1940
91% You Can't Take It With You
  • Woman
1938
No Score Yet Exclusive
  • Mrs. Mitchell
1937
No Score Yet Damaged Lives
  • Mrs. Bradley
1937
No Score Yet Hotel Haywire
  • Actor
1937
No Score Yet Party Girl
  • Maude Lindsay
1930

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