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Florence Eldridge

Highest Rated:   100% Les Miserables (1935)
Lowest Rated:   75% The Divorcée (1930)
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Brooklyn-born Florence Eldridge was a popular Broadway ingenue from age 17 onward. Among her stage credits of the 1920s were the original productions of Six Cylinder Love (she repeated her role for the 1923 film version) and The Cat and the Canary. Eldridge matured into a brilliant dramatic actress in the 1930s, winning several awards in the process, including the New York Drama Critics prize for her performance in the 1956 Pulitzer Prize winner Long Day's Journey Into Night. From 1935 onward, Eldridge's film appearances were few in number; when she did appear before the cameras, it was always in the company of her husband, Fredric March. Eldridge's last theatrical film was Inherit the Wind (1960), in which she played the loyal wife of lawyer Matthew Harrison Brady--portrayed, of course, by Fredric March. Three years after her husband's death, Florence Eldridge appeared in her only made-for-TV movie, 1978's First, You Cry.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet First You Cry
  • Mrs. Rollin
1978
91% Inherit the Wind
  • Mrs. Brady
1960
No Score Yet Christopher Columbus
  • Queen Isabella
1949
No Score Yet Mary of Scotland
  • Elizabeth Tudor
1936
100% Les Miserables
  • Fantine
1935
No Score Yet The Great Jasper
  • Jenny Horn
1933
No Score Yet The Story of Temple Drake
  • Ruby Lemar
1933
No Score Yet Thirteen Women
  • Grace Coombs
1932
75% The Divorcée
  • Helen
1930

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