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Catherine McLeod



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.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT 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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