Dona Drake

Dona Drake

Highest Rated: 92% Road to Morocco (1942)

Lowest Rated: 83% Kansas City Confidential (The Secret Four) (1952)

Birthday: Nov 15, 1914

Birthplace: Not Available

Vivacious, volatile Mexico-born singer/actress Dona Drake first gained fame as a band singer; using the name Rita Rio. She was featured in several musical short subjects, and offered a delightful rendition of "The Gypsy from Poughkeepsie" in the 1941 Columbia two-reeler Fresh as a Freshman. Signed by Paramount in 1941, she changed her professional name to Dona Drake. Her most famous role during her Paramount stay was as Bob Hope's vis-a-vis in The Road to Morocco (1942). During her waning days in films, Dona Drake was a Columbia contractee, playing secondary roles in such films as Valentino (1952) and Kansas City Confidential (1954).

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Filmography

Movies

Credit
83% Kansas City Confidential (The Secret Four) Teresa 1952
No Score Yet Valentino Maria Torres 1951
No Score Yet Fortunes of Captain Blood Pepita Rosados 1950
No Score Yet The Girl From Jones Beach Connie Martin 1949
No Score Yet The Doolins of Oklahoma Cattle Annie 1949
No Score Yet Beyond the Forest Jenny 1949
No Score Yet Another Part of the Forest Laurette 1948
No Score Yet So This Is New York Kate Goff 1948
No Score Yet Without Reservations Dolores Ortega 1946
No Score Yet Hot Rhythm Mary Adams 1944
No Score Yet Let's Face It Muriel 1943
No Score Yet Star Spangled Rhythm Actor 1942
92% Road to Morocco Mihirmah 1942
No Score Yet Louisiana Purchase Beatrice 1941
No Score Yet Strike Me Pink Rita 1936

TV

Credit
No Score Yet The Adventures of Superman
1952-1958
Joyce 1953

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