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Hazel Keener

Lowest Rated:   33% The Racket (1951)
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A former Miss Hollywood and a 1924 WAMPAS Baby Star, American actress Hazel Keener is remembered as the vamp in Buster Keaton's The Freshman (1925) and as cowboy star Fred Thomson's leading lady in six above-average Westerns released by FBO. A former member of the Pasadena Community Players, Keener doubled for leading lady Katherine MacDonald and appeared in Harry Langdon two-reelers under the name Barbara Worth. In an effort to escape B-Westerns, she returned to that moniker in the late 1920s, but without much success. When offers even for cheap Westerns dried up in the early 1930s, Keener turned to playing bit parts, essaying a variety of secretaries, nurses, telephone operators, and mothers in hundreds of films until the 1950s. She later became a lay minister with the Church of Religious Science.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
33% The Racket
  • Secretary
1951
No Score Yet Caged
  • Matron
1950
71% A Double Life
  • Woman
1947
No Score Yet Undercurrent
  • Guest
1946
No Score Yet The Story of Dr. Wassell
  • Passenger Janssen
1944
No Score Yet So Proudly We Hail!
  • Nurse
1943
No Score Yet Murder by Invitation
  • Mary Denham
1941
No Score Yet That Gang of Mine
  • Mrs. Wilkes
1940
No Score Yet I Love You Again
  • Mrs. Lederer
1940
93% The Freshman (College Days)
  • College Belle
1925
No Score Yet Parisian Love
  • Margot
1925

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