Ella Raines

Ella Raines

  • Highest Rated: 100% Phantom Lady (1944)
  • Lowest Rated: 60% Impact (1949)
  • Birthday: Aug 6, 1920
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • The daughter of an engineer, Ella Raines completed her education at the University of Washington. After stage experience, Raines was signed for films by a production company headed by Charles Boyer and Howard Hawks. When this enterprise failed to yield fruit, Raines went with Universal Studios in 1943, where she received her best screen role: the inquisitive, extremely adaptable heroine in the 1943 film noir Phantom Lady. Impressed by this performance, Paramount producer/director Preston Sturges borrowed Raines from Universal to co-star with Eddie Bracken in Hail the Conquering Hero (1944). Her film career flagging in the late '40s, Raines married a military officer and retired to England. After divorcing her husband in the early '50s, she starred in the popular syndicated TV series Janet Dean, Registered Nurse, which she co-produced with Joan Harrison, who'd previously produced Phantom Lady. Ella Raines' final film appearance was in the 1956 British effort Man in the Road.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

No Score Yet Ride the Man Down Celia 1952
No Score Yet A Dangerous Profession Lucy Brackett 1949
60% Impact Marsha Peters 1949
No Score Yet Corvette K-225 Joyce Cartwright 1948
No Score Yet The Web Noel Farraday 1947
No Score Yet Time Out Of Mind Clarissa 'Rissa' Fortune 1947
No Score Yet The Senator Was Indiscreet Poppy McNaughton 1947
91% Brute Force Cora 1947
80% The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry (Guilty of Murder?) Deborah Brown 1945
No Score Yet The Suspect Mary 1944
No Score Yet Tall in the Saddle Arleta 'Arly' Harolday 1944
95% Hail the Conquering Hero Libby 1944
100% Phantom Lady Carol Richman 1944
No Score Yet Cry Havoc Connie 1943

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