Betty Ross Clarke

Betty Ross Clarke

Highest Rated: 83% Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932)

Lowest Rated: 83% Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932)

Birthday: Apr 19, 1896

Birthplace: Not Available

A pretty, blonde ingenue of the 1920s, Betty Ross Clarke had toured in the hit play Fair and Warmer prior to entering films as Katherine de Vaucelles opposite William Farnum's François Villon in If I Were King (1920). She was also Roscoe Arbuckle's leading lady in the comedy Brewster's Millions (1921), but then did mostly programmers. Leaving films in 1924 in favor of the stage, Clarke returned as a character actress in the sound era and is perhaps best remembered for replacing an otherwise engaged Sara Haden as Aunt Milly in two Andy Hardy comedies, Judge Hardy's Children and Love Finds Andy Hardy (both 1938).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Love Finds Andy Hardy Aunt Milly 1938
No Score Yet Woman Against Woman Alice 1938
No Score Yet Judge Hardy's Children Aunt Milly 1938
No Score Yet Too Hot to Handle Mrs. Harding 1938
No Score Yet Sweethearts Woman in Lobby 1938
No Score Yet A Bride for Henry Mrs. Curtis 1937
83% Murders in the Rue Morgue The Mother 1932
No Score Yet Traveling Salesman Beth Elliott 1921
No Score Yet Brewster's Millions Peggy 1921
No Score Yet If I Were King Katherine de Vaucelles 1920


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