Dorothy Hart

Highest Rated: 86% The Naked City (1948)
Lowest Rated: 86% The Naked City (1948)
Birthday: Apr 4, 1922
Birthplace: Not Available
Earning a contract with Columbia in 1946 that stipulated "A-movies only," brunette Dorothy Hart blazed onto the screen in Gunfighters (1947), an above-average Western starring Randolph Scott. Hart was apparently too ambitious to remain with also-ran studios like Columbia and Universal for long, eventually signing with Warner Bros. Unfortunately, with the possible exception of Raton Pass (1951), yet another oater in which she was billed below Patricia Neal, that studio failed to provide her with a single standout film. She turned to television instead, starring on such popular game shows as Take a Guess and Pantomime Quiz. A former model and the winner of a 1944 National Cinderella Cover Girl Contest, Hart is today best remembered for appearing, all too briefly, as Howard Duff's innocent fiancée in The Naked City, the 1948 film noir that later became the basis for the popular television crime series. Retired since the late '50s, she should not be confused with the stand-up comedienne of the same name.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Undertow Actor 2012
No Score Yet Wisecracks Actor 1993
No Score Yet Loan Shark Ann Nelson 1952
No Score Yet Tarzan's Savage Fury Jane 1952
No Score Yet Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison Mrs. Jane Pardue (uncredited) 1951
No Score Yet I Was a Communist for the FBI Eve Merrick 1951
No Score Yet The Story of Molly X Anne 1949
86% The Naked City Ruth Morrison 1948
No Score Yet Down to Earth The New Terpsichore (as Dorothy Brady) 1947
No Score Yet Gunfighters (The Assassin) Jane Banner 1947

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