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Frances Drake



Dark-eyed, dark-haired leading lady Frances Drake was born in New York and educated in England and Canada. While appearing in musical comedy in England in 1933, Drake made her first film appearances, using her given name of Dean. Back in America in 1934, Drake enjoyed a flurry of film activity, frequently playing imperiled heroines in such melodramas as Mad Love (1935), The Invisible Ray (1936) and Florida Special (1936). Frances Drake curtailed her movie activities when she married a titled Englishman in 1939; thanks to her film appearances with the likes of Peter Lorre and Boris Karloff, she became a favorite interview subject of cinema historians in the 1970s and 1980s.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet I Take This Woman
  • Lola Estermonte
1940
No Score Yet It's a Wonderful World
  • Vivian Tarbel
1939
No Score Yet There's Always a Woman
  • Anne Calhoun
1938
63% The Invisible Ray
  • Diane Rukh
1936
No Score Yet I'd Give My Life
  • Mary Reyburn
1936
100% Mad Love
  • Yvonne Orlac
1935
100% Les Miserables
  • Eponine
1935
No Score Yet Forsaking All Others
  • Connie
1934
No Score Yet Bolero
  • Leona
1934

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