Blanche Frederici

Blanche Frederici

  • Highest Rated: 100% Love Me Tonight (1932)
  • Lowest Rated: 57% Mata Hari (1932)
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  • Also known as Blanche Friderici, this Brooklyn-born actress was generally cast in severe, baleful roles: governesses, matrons, society doyennes and such. Beginning her screen career in 1922, she hit her stride at Paramount in the early 1930s. Her larger roles include one of the three omnipresent maiden aunts in Lubitsch's Love Me Tonight and Madame Si-Si in Madame Butterfly (both 1932). She was also a regular in Paramount's Zane Grey western series, usually as the cast-off wife or mistress of perennial villain Noah Beery. One of Blanche Frederici's last roles was as the wife of motel-court manager Zeke in Frank Capra's It Happened One Night (released posthumously in 1934).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

98% It Happened One Night Zeke's Wife 1934
86% Flying Down to Rio Dona Elena 1933
No Score Yet The Barbarian Mrs. Hume 1933
No Score Yet Hold Your Man Mrs. Wagner 1933
No Score Yet Secrets Mrs. Marlowe 1933
No Score Yet Aggie Appleby Aunt Katharine 1933
No Score Yet Buffalo Stampede Jane Jett 1933
No Score Yet Man of the Forest Mrs. Forney 1933
93% A Farewell to Arms Head Nurse 1932
No Score Yet Three on a Match Miss Blazer 1932
No Score Yet Thirteen Women Miss Kirsten 1932
100% Love Me Tonight Aunt 1932
57% Mata Hari Sister Angelica 1932
No Score Yet So Big Widow Paarlenburg 1932
No Score Yet Lady with a Past Nora, Venice's Maid 1932
No Score Yet If I Had a Million Head Nurse at Old Ladies' Home 1932
86% Night Nurse Mrs. Maxwell 1931
No Score Yet Ten Cents a Dance Mrs. Blanchard 1931
No Score Yet The Woman Between Mrs. Weston 1931
No Score Yet The Cat Creeps Mam' Pleasant 1930
No Score Yet Billy the Kid Mrs. McSween 1930
No Score Yet Numbered Men Mrs. Miller 1930
No Score Yet The Trespasser Miss Potter 1929
No Score Yet Jazz Heaven Mrs. Langley 1929
83% Sadie Thompson Mrs. Atkinson 1928

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