Dorothy Patrick

Highest Rated: 100% Singin' in the Rain (1952)
Lowest Rated: 62% House By the River (1950)
Birthday: Jun 3, 1921
Birthplace: Not Available
She was billing herself under her given name of Dorothy Davis when she made a name for herself as the "Chesterfield Girl." The well-proportioned young photographer's model won a Gateway to Hollywood contest in 1939, but opted instead for a marriage to star hockey player Lynn Patrick. When she finally did begin making films in 1946, the blonde beauty had changed her professional and personal name to Dorothy Patrick. After a brief flurry of stardom in such Republic programmers as Blonde Bandit (1949) and Destination Big House (1950), Dorothy Patrick settled into decorative walk-on roles in major releases like The Bad and the Beautiful (1952) and Singin' in the Rain (1952), before retiring in the late '50s.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
80% Violent Saturday Helen 1955
No Score Yet Men of the Fighting Lady (Panther Squadron) Mrs. Dodson 1954
No Score Yet The Outlaw Stallion Mary Saunders 1954
No Score Yet Thunder Pass Murdock 1954
No Score Yet Torch Song Martha 1953
96% The Bad and the Beautiful Arlene 1953
No Score Yet Scaramouche Dorie 1952
100% Singin' in the Rain Audience 1952
No Score Yet Retreat, Hell! Eve O'Grady 1952
No Score Yet 711 Ocean Drive Trudy Maxwell 1950
62% House By the River Emily Gaunt 1950
No Score Yet Come to the Stable Kitty 1949
No Score Yet Follow Me Quietly Ann Gorman 1949
No Score Yet High Wall Helen Kenet 1947
100% Till the Clouds Roll By Mrs. Jerome Kern 1947
No Score Yet New Orleans Miralee Smith 1947
No Score Yet The Mighty McGurk Caroline Glenson 1946
No Score Yet Up in Arms The Goldwyn Girl 1944

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