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Charlotte Merriam

Highest Rated:   86% Night Nurse (1931)
Lowest Rated:   86% Night Nurse (1931)
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The daughter of an army colonel, blond Charlotte Merriam entered films at the age of 13 when offered a contract by Universal during a visit to that studio. She had a couple of good supporting roles in the early '20s -- Captain Blood (1924), Edna Ferber's So Big (1924) -- but was playing bit parts by the end of the silent era. After the advent of sound, the no longer quite young Merriam began specializing in portraying tarnished society women, notably Marcia Mae Jones' drunken mother in 1931's Night Nurse ("I'm a dipsomaniac! A dipsomaniac, I tell ya! And I'm proud of it") and as the syphilis infected Elise in Damaged Lives (1934). She seems to have retired after that.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Damaged Lives
  • Clyce
1937
No Score Yet Dancing Man
  • Celestine Castle
1934
No Score Yet Three Cornered Moon
  • Gracie
1933
No Score Yet The Crowd Roars
  • Mrs. Spud Connors
1932
No Score Yet The Tenderfoot
  • Actress
1932
86% Night Nurse
  • Mrs. Ritchey
1931
No Score Yet Smart Money
  • Girl at gaming table
1931
No Score Yet One-Punch O'Day
  • Alice Felton
1926
No Score Yet Pampered Youth
  • Lucy Morgan
1925

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