Anne Revere

Anne Revere

  • Highest Rated: 100% Body and Soul (1947)
  • Lowest Rated: 11% Forever Amber (1947)
  • Birthday: Jun 25, 1903
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • Anne Revere trained as an actress at the American Laboratory Theater, then did some work in stock. In 1931 she debuted on Broadway; during the '30s she appeared in one film, the screen version of a play in which she had appeared, Double Door (1934). In 1940 she moved to Hollywood and for a decade she appeared as a character actress in many major films; she was nominated three times for Oscars, and won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her work in National Velvet (1945). In 1951 she fell victim to the McCarthy-Era witch trials; accused of being a Communist, she plead the Fifth and was blacklisted. She went years without work, then returned to Broadway in 1958 and won a Tony for her work in Toys in the Attic in 1960; she did more stage work and had regular roles on two TV soap operas. In the '70s she returned to the screen in three films. She was married to stage director Samuel Roser.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

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No Score Yet Birch Interval Mrs. Tanner 1976
22% Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon Miss Farber 1970
No Score Yet Macho Callahan Crystal 1970
76% A Place in the Sun Hannah 1951
No Score Yet The Great Missouri Raid Mrs. Samuels 1951
No Score Yet Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!, (Summer Lightning) Judith Dominy 1948
No Score Yet Deep Waters Mary McKay 1948
54% Secret Beyond the Door Caroline Lamphere 1948
78% Gentleman's Agreement Mrs. Green 1947
11% Forever Amber Mother Red Cap 1947
100% Body and Soul Anna Davis 1947
No Score Yet The Shocking Miss Pilgrim Alice Pritchard 1947
No Score Yet Dragonwyck Abigail Wells 1946
80% Fallen Angel Clara Mills 1945
60% The Thin Man Goes Home Crazy Mary 1945
No Score Yet The Keys of the Kingdom Agnes Fiske 1944
100% National Velvet Mrs. Brown 1944
No Score Yet Sunday Dinner For A Soldier Agatha 1944
No Score Yet Standing Room Only Maj. Cromwell 1944
86% The Song of Bernadette Louise Soubirous 1943
No Score Yet Old Acquaintance Belle Carter 1943
No Score Yet The Meanest Man in the World Kitty Crockett 1943
No Score Yet Star Spangled Rhythm Sarah 1942
No Score Yet The Gay Sisters Ida Omer 1942
No Score Yet The Falcon Takes Over Jessie Florian 1942
No Score Yet Meet the Stewarts Geraldine Stewart 1942
No Score Yet Remember the Day Miss Price 1941
No Score Yet H.M. Pulham, Esq. Miss Redfern 1941
No Score Yet The Flame of New Orleans Sister 1941
No Score Yet Men of Boys Town Mrs. Fenely 1941
No Score Yet The Devil Commands Mrs. Blanche Walters 1941
No Score Yet Design for Scandal Nettie, the Maid 1941
No Score Yet The Howards of Virginia Mrs. Betsy Norton 1940
No Score Yet Double Door Actor 1934

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