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Claire Whitney

Highest Rated:   82% Saboteur (1942)
Lowest Rated:   33% The Mummy's Ghost (1944)
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A former stock company actress who had toured vaudeville with a popular "playlet," blonde, aristocratic-looking Claire Whitney entered films in 1909 with the Biograph company in New York City. By 1912, she was starring for Madame Alice Guy-Blaché at Solax in New Jersey and in 1914, appeared with Stuart Holmes in Life's Shop Window, the very first feature film to be released by Fox. Already a supporting actress by 1916, she appeared opposite Theda Bara in both East Lynne (1916) and Under Two Flags and then settled into a long career playing mostly professional women: lawyers, matrons, nurses, and so on. She retired in 1950.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Dancing in the Dark
  • Board Member
1949
No Score Yet Ladies of the Chorus
  • Mrs. Windrift
1948
No Score Yet Oklahoma Badlands
  • Agatha Scragg
1948
No Score Yet Christmas Eve
  • Dr. Bunyan's Wife
1947
No Score Yet Smooth as Silk
  • Woman
1946
No Score Yet Keep Your Powder Dry
  • Fitter
1945
No Score Yet Betrayed
  • Middle-aged Woman
1944
33% The Mummy's Ghost
  • Mrs. Ellen Norman
1944
40% The Mummy's Curse
  • Actor
1944
No Score Yet The Woman of the Town
  • Mrs. Wright
1944
No Score Yet Tender Comrade
  • Nurse
1943
No Score Yet Wintertime
  • Bridge Player
1943
No Score Yet Silver Bullet
  • Emily Morgan
1942
82% Saboteur
  • Wife in Movie Audience
1942
No Score Yet In the Navy
  • Gushing Mother
1941
No Score Yet The House of the Seven Gables
  • Woman
1940
No Score Yet Tower of London
  • Civilian Woman
1939
No Score Yet When Tomorrow Comes
  • Waitress
1939
No Score Yet Letter of Introduction
  • Nurse
1938
No Score Yet Way Down East
  • Woman for Quilting Party
1935
No Score Yet A Free Soul
  • Aunt Helen
1931
No Score Yet Iron Man
  • Louise Lewis
1931
No Score Yet Nigger
  • Actor
1915

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