Dot Farley

Lowest Rated: 69% The King of Kings (1927)
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Birthplace: Not Available
Actress/playwright Dot Farley launched her film career in 1912 as one of the earliest members of Mack Sennett's Keystone comedy troupe. Though she would leave Keystone after a few years, Farley occasionally returned to the Sennett fold in such roles as Ben Turpin's cross-eyed mother in A Small Town Idol (1921). A "regular" in 2-reel comedies, she could also be found in such elaborate features as DeMille's King of Kings (1927). In the talkie era, Farley was busiest in the short-subject field, usually playing domineering wives and mothers-in-law. From 1931 to 1948, she played Florence Lake's busybody mama in Edgar Kennedy's "Mr. Average Man" 2-reel series at RKO. Dot Farley's feature-film work during this period was usually limited to brief bits in films ranging from Val Lewton's Cat People (1942) to Preston Sturges' Hail the Conquering Hero (1944).

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No Score Yet Mad Wednesday Smoke's Secretary 1951
No Score Yet The File on Thelma Jordon Woman Prisoners 1949
89% Sin of Harold Diddlebock Smoke's Secretary 1947
No Score Yet They Won't Believe Me Emma 1947
95% Hail the Conquering Hero Mamie's Mother 1944
No Score Yet San Fernando Valley Hattie O'Toole 1944
93% Cat People Mrs. Agnew 1942
92% The Women Large Woman 1939
No Score Yet Lawless Valley Anna 1938
No Score Yet The Stranger from Arizona Martha 1938
No Score Yet Love Is News Bits 1937
No Score Yet False Pretenses Mrs. Smythe 1935
No Score Yet Down to Their Last Yacht Actor 1934
No Score Yet His First Flame Mrs. Benedict 1927
69% The King of Kings Maid Servant of Caiaphas 1927
No Score Yet Shamrock and the Rose Actor 1927
No Score Yet Memory Lane Maid 1926
No Score Yet The Grand Duchess and the Waiter Countess Prascovia Avaloff 1926
No Score Yet The Red Kimono The Inquisitive One 1925
No Score Yet Woman of the World Mrs. Bierbauer 1925
No Score Yet Boy of Mine Mrs. Pettis 1923

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