Dorothy Revier

Highest Rated: 100% The Iron Mask (1929)
Lowest Rated: 100% The Iron Mask (1929)
Birthday: Apr 18, 1904
Birthplace: Not Available
The daughter of a musician, Doris Velegra worked as a chorus girl and nightclub dancer before making her film debut in 1921's Life's Greatest Question. The following year, she appeared as Dorothy Revier in Broadway Madonna, directed by her first husband, Harry Revier. Never a major star, Revier was a dependable, hardworking leading lady, averaging seven to ten movie appearances per year during the silent era. Perhaps her most celebrated assignment was Milady de Winter in Douglas Fairbanks' The Iron Mask (1929), one of her many "vamp" or evil-seductress roles. Making a successful transition to talkies, Revier kept busy at Fox and Universal, continuing in the femme-fatale mode that had earned her fame. By the mid-'30s, she was consigned almost exclusively to B-pictures, earning the far-from-coveted soubriquet "Queen of Poverty Row." After finishing her duties on a 1936 Buck Jones Western, Dorothy Revier retired from films.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Donovan Affair Actor 2014
No Score Yet The Eagle's Brood Dolly 1935
No Score Yet Lady in Scarlet Julia Sayre 1935
No Score Yet Circumstantial Evidence Bernice Winters 1935
No Score Yet Green Eyes Mrs. Pritchard 1934
No Score Yet When a Man Sees Red Actor 1934
No Score Yet The King Murder Miriam King 1932
No Score Yet Night World Mrs. "Mac" 1932
No Score Yet Secrets of Wu Sin Margaret King 1932
No Score Yet Charlie Chan in the Black Camel Shelah Fane 1931
No Score Yet Tanned Legs Mrs. Lyons-King 1929
100% The Iron Mask Milady De Winter 1929
No Score Yet The Dance of Life Sylvia Marco 1929
No Score Yet The Dropkick Eunice Hathaway 1927


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