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Anita Page

Lowest Rated:   35% The Broadway Melody (1929)
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Of Spanish extraction, petite blonde leading lady Anita Page entered films as an extra in 1924. Graduating to larger roles fairly rapidly, Page is best remembered as Ann, the mercenary jazz-baby who tricks millionaire Johnny Mack Brown into marriage, gets royally drunk, then tumbles down a huge flight of stairs to her death in the silent Our Dancing Daughters (1928). Page and her Dancing Daughters co-stars Joan Crawford and Dorothy Sebastian starred in two follow-ups (but not sequels), Our Modern Maidens (1929) and Our Blushing Brides (1930), but only Crawford went on to lasting fame. Making a graceful transition to talkies, Page did some nice work as Bessie Love's headstrong sister in the Oscar-winning Broadway Melody (1929), and proved a sprightly heroine for Buster Keaton in Free and Easy (1930) and Sidewalks of New York (1931). After her MGM contract came to an end in 1932, she made do with independent B-pictures, retiring to get married at the age of 26.

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Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Joan Crawford: The Ultimate Movie Star
  • Actor
2002
No Score Yet Speedway
  • Patricia
2001
No Score Yet Witchcraft XI: Sisters in Blood
  • Actor
2000
No Score Yet Creaturealm: From the Dead & Demons Wake
  • Actor
1998
No Score Yet The Runaway
  • Nun
1962
No Score Yet After Midnight
  • Jean St. Clair
1933
No Score Yet Jungle Bride
  • Doris Evans
1933
No Score Yet Skyscraper Souls
  • Jenny
1932
No Score Yet Are You Listening?
  • Sally O'Neil
1932
No Score Yet Under Eighteen
  • Sophie
1932
No Score Yet Sidewalks of New York
  • Margie
1931
No Score Yet Gentleman's Fate
  • Ruth
1931
No Score Yet Reducing
  • Vivian Truffle
1931
No Score Yet War Nurse
  • Joy
1930
No Score Yet Our Blushing Brides
  • Connie Blair
1930
No Score Yet Free and Easy (Easy Go)
  • Elvira Plunkett
1930
No Score Yet Navy Blues
  • Alice 'Allie' Brown
1930
No Score Yet Our Modern Maidens
  • Kentucky
1929
40% The Hollywood Revue of 1929
  • Herself
1929
35% The Broadway Melody
  • Queenie Mahoney
1929
No Score Yet Our Dancing Daughters
  • Ann
1928

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