Doris Weston

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Birthday: Sep 9, 1917
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A pretty blonde nightclub performer, Doris Weston was awarded the leading female role opposite crooner Dick Powell in Warner Bros.' The Singing Marine (1938). The ad campaign for the film highlighted her beauty and singing ability, but audiences saw Weston as a poor replacement for Ruby Keeler and the studio quickly dropped her option. After having been the victim of Delinquent Parents (1938), Weston was Warren Hull's romantic interest in the Columbia serial Mandrake the Magician (1939) and Johnny Mack Brown's in Universal's Chip of the Flying U (1940).

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet When Tomorrow Comes Waitress 1939
No Score Yet Mandrake the Magician Actor 1939
No Score Yet Delinquent Parents Carol 1938
No Score Yet Born to Be Wild Mary Stevens 1938
No Score Yet Submarine D-1 Ann Callam 1937
No Score Yet The Singing Marine Peggy Randall 1937

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