Dorothy Jordan

Dorothy Jordan

Highest Rated: 100% The Lost Squadron (1932)

Lowest Rated: 40% The Wings of Eagles (1957)

Birthday: Aug 9, 1906

Birthplace: Not Available

Before she established herself as a feisty movie ingenue, dark-haired Dorothy Jordan trained in ballet and studied acting at New York's American Academy of Dramatic Art. A veteran of Broadway musicals, Jordan came to Hollywood in 1929, securing such roles as Bianca in the Fairbanks/Pickford version of Taming of the Shrew (1929) and the daughter of Marie Dressler and Wallace Beery in Min and Bill (1930). From 1932 onward, Jordan's film assignments became increasingly humdrum, prompting her to retire from moviemaking when she married producer Merian C. Cooper. At the request (and cajoling) of her husband and their mutual friend John Ford, Dorothy Jordan made a brief comeback in three Ford-directed films of the 1950s, The Sun Shines Bright (1953), The Searchers (1956) and The Wings of Eagles (1957).

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Credit
40% The Wings of Eagles Rose Brentmann 1957
98% The Searchers Martha Edwards 1956
No Score Yet The Sun Shines Bright Lucy's mother 1953
No Score Yet One Man's Journey Letty McGinnis 1933
No Score Yet That's My Boy Dorothy 1932
No Score Yet Cabin in the Cotton Betty Wright 1932
No Score Yet The Wet Parade Maggie May 'Persimmon' Chilcote 1932
100% The Lost Squadron The pest 1932
No Score Yet Min and Bill Nancy Smith 1930
No Score Yet Love in the Rough Marilyn Crawford 1930
No Score Yet Call of the Flesh Maria Consuelo Vargas 1930
No Score Yet Devil May Care Leonie 1929
No Score Yet The Taming of the Shrew Bianca 1929
No Score Yet Words and Music Actor 1929

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