Frances Langford

Highest Rated: 92% Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)
Birthday: Apr 4, 1913
Birthplace: Not Available
Actress and band singer Frances Langford began her movie career in 1935, playing part of a singing-sister act (with Alice Faye and Patsy Kelly) in Every Night at Eight. She flourished in the 1940s as a vocalist on Bob Hope's radio program and with her own weekly series. Never a brilliant actress, Langford was often a very good one: her better films include Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942), in which she played turn-of-the-century entertainer Nora Bayes, and The Bamboo Blonde (1945), a fanciful reenactment of her many wartime USO tours. Collectors of comedy record albums will fondly recall Langford for her many co-starring stints with Don Ameche as the battling Bickersons. Frances Langford ended her show-business career in the early 1960s, opting for retirement with her third husband, the owner of Evinrude Motors.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Every Night At Eight Actor 2014
No Score Yet The Bamboo Blonde Louise Anderson 2003
88% The Glenn Miller Story Herself 1953
89% Melody Time Singer 1948
No Score Yet People Are Funny Herself 1946
No Score Yet Girl Rush Flo Daniels 1944
No Score Yet Dixie Jamboree Susan Jackson 1944
No Score Yet This Is the Army Cafe Singer 1943
92% Yankee Doodle Dandy Nora Bayes 1942
No Score Yet All-American Co-Ed Virginia Collinge 1941
No Score Yet All-American Co-Ed Actor 1941
No Score Yet Too Many Girls Eileen Eilers 1940
No Score Yet Dreaming Out Loud Alice 1940
No Score Yet Hollywood Hotel Alice 1937
No Score Yet Born to Dance Peppy Turner 1936
83% Broadway Melody of 1936 herself 1935


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