Dorothy Burgess

Highest Rated: 56% In Old Arizona (1928)
Lowest Rated: 56% In Old Arizona (1928)
Birthday: Mar 4, 1907
Birthplace: Not Available
The niece of character actress Fay Bainter, Dorothy Burgess was a professional dancer in her mid-teens and a Broadway leading lady at 17. She made her film bow in the early talkie western In Old Arizona (1929), playing the double-dealing Mexican paramour of the roguish Cisco Kid (Warner Baxter). While she continued working in the major studios throughout the 1930s, Dorothy's bid for screen stardom never really took hold. After 1935's The Village Tale, Dorothy Burgess returned to the stage, infrequently accepting character roles in such lower-berth programmers as Universal's I Want a Divorce (1940) and PRC's Girls in Chains (1943).

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Girls in Chains Mrs. Peters 1943
No Score Yet Lady for a Night Flo 1942
No Score Yet Lady in Question Antoinette 1940
No Score Yet The Circus Clown Babe 1934
No Score Yet Black Moon Juanita 1934
No Score Yet Fashions of 1934 Glenda 1934
No Score Yet From Headquarters Dolly White 1933
No Score Yet Headline Shooter Gangster's Moll 1933
No Score Yet Ladies They Talk About 'Sister' Susie 1933
No Score Yet Hold Your Man Gypsy 1933
No Score Yet On Your Guard Actor 1933
No Score Yet Taxi! Marie Costa 1932
No Score Yet The Stoker Margarita Valdez 1932
56% In Old Arizona Tonia Maria 1928

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