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Helen Parrish

Highest Rated:   100% The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Lowest Rated:   53% Cimarron (1931)
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Birthplace:   Columbus, Georgia, USA
The daughter of a stage actress, Helen Parrish began appearing in silent films as a child. In the early '30s, she was briefly a member of Hal Roach's Our Gang. Parrish went on to inspire hisses as Deanna Durbin's spiteful nemesis in such films as Three Smart Girls Grow Up (1939) and First Love (1939). She began playing adult roles at Universal and RKO in 1940 before her career went into a slow decline at Monogram. For many years the wife of People Are Funny and You Bet Your Life producer John Guedel, Helen Parrish died of cancer at the age of 34. Her older brother was juvenile star-turned-editor-turned-director Robert Parrish.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet The Mystery of the 13th Guest
  • Marie Morgan
1943
No Score Yet Stage Door Canteen
  • Stage Door Canteen Star
1943
No Score Yet X Marks the Spot
  • Linda Ward
1942
No Score Yet Sunset Serenade
  • Sylvia Clark
1942
No Score Yet They All Kissed the Bride
  • Vivian Drew
1942
No Score Yet In Old California
  • Ellen Sanford
1942
No Score Yet Overland Mail
  • Barbara Gilbert
1941
No Score Yet You'll Find Out (Here Come the Boogie Men)
  • Janis Bellacrest
1940
No Score Yet First Love
  • Barbara Clinton
1939
No Score Yet Three Smart Girls Grow Up
  • Kay Craig
1939
No Score Yet Little Tough Guy
  • Kay Boylan
1938
No Score Yet Mad About Music
  • Felice
1938
No Score Yet Maytime
  • `Merry Month of May' Singer
1937
100% The Bride of Frankenstein
  • Communion Girl
1935
No Score Yet Forbidden
  • Roberta (age 8)
1932
100% The Public Enemy
  • Little Girl
1931
53% Cimarron
  • Donna Cravat `Younger'
1931
No Score Yet X Marks the Spot
  • Gloria as a Child
1931
100% The Big Trail
  • Honey Girl
1930
No Score Yet Words and Music
  • Actor
1929
No Score Yet His First Command
  • Jame
1929

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