Arletta Duncan

Highest Rated: 100% Frankenstein (1931)
Lowest Rated: 100% Frankenstein (1931)
Birthday: Dec 31, 1914
Birthplace: Not Available
The winner of a Hollywood screen test competition, brunette Arletta Duncan was awarded a contract with Universal and made her screen debut as Mae Clarke's bridesmaid in Frankenstein (1931). Like most Hollywood starlets, Duncan went on to play supporting roles in Grade-A pictures (Back Street [1932]) while enjoying leading assignments in such poverty row productions as The Fighting Champ (1932) and The Gallant Fool (1933), both starring Bob Steele. She later played a socialite in the sound version of the old syphilis melodrama Damaged Goods (aka Marriage Forbidden [1937]).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Damaged Goods Henrietta 1937
No Score Yet Mile a Minute Love Actor 1937
No Score Yet Teacher's Beau Miss Jones 1935
No Score Yet The Gallant Fool Alecia Rousselet 1933
No Score Yet The Fighting Champ Actor 1933
No Score Yet Back Street Beth 1932
No Score Yet Night World Cigarette Girl 1932
100% Frankenstein Bridesmaid 1931


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