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Catherine McLeod

Highest Rated:   100% The Harvey Girls (1946)
Lowest Rated:   60% The Thin Man Goes Home (1945)
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Actress Catherine McLeod made her film bow with an unbilled bit in MGM's The Thin Man Goes Home (1944). Within a year, she was signed at Republic Pictures, where she became a prolific and briefly popular leading lady. Her best-known role at Republic was as the concert-pianist heroine of the lavish Trucolor romance I've Always Loved You (1946). McLeod worked fitfully in films throughout the 1950s and 1960s; her best showing in later years was in a recurring role on the TV daytime drama Days of Our Lives. As lovely and graceful as ever, Catherine McLeod appeared as one of the interviewees on the 1990 2-hour TV documentary The Republic Pictures Story. McLeod passed away on May 11, 1997 after contracting pneumonia.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Ride the Wild Surf
  • Mrs. Kilua
1964
No Score Yet Tammy Tell Me True
  • Mrs. Bateman
1961
No Score Yet The Outcast
  • Alice Austin
1954
No Score Yet A Blueprint for Murder
  • Maggie Sargent
1953
No Score Yet Sword of Venus
  • Claire
1953
No Score Yet So Young, So Bad
  • Ruth Levering
1950
No Score Yet I've Always Loved You
  • Myra Hassman
1946
No Score Yet Courage of Lassie
  • Alice Merrick
1946
100% The Harvey Girls
  • Louise
1946
60% The Thin Man Goes Home
  • Montage Shot Daughter
1945

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