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Helen Vinson

Lowest Rated:   60% The Thin Man Goes Home (1945)
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The daughter of a Texas oil executive, trim blonde actress Helen Vinson had a respectable Broadway career behind her when she made her first film, Jewel Robbery, in 1932. Seldom a leading lady, Vinson carved her cinematic niche in bewitching other-woman roles. She had the gift of conveying truculence and connivance by merely batting an eyelash or murmuring a sweet nothing. From 1935 to 1936, Vinson made films in London, the home of her then-husband, tennis star Fred Perry. Helen Vinson retired from films after her supporting role in The Thin Man Goes Home (1945).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Chip Off The Old Block
  • Actor
2012
60% The Thin Man Goes Home
  • Helena Draque
1945
No Score Yet The Lady And The Monster
  • Chloe Donovan
1944
No Score Yet Nothing But the Truth
  • Linda Graham
1941
No Score Yet Beyond Tomorrow (Beyond Christmas)
  • Arlene Terry
1940
No Score Yet Torrid Zone
  • Gloria
1940
No Score Yet In Name Only
  • Suzanne Duress
1939
No Score Yet Live, Love and Learn
  • Lilly Vinson
1937
No Score Yet Vogues of 1938
  • Mary Curson
1937
No Score Yet King of the Damned
  • Anna Courvin
1936
No Score Yet Transatlantic Tunnel
  • Varlia
1935
No Score Yet Private Worlds
  • Claire Monet
1935
No Score Yet The Wedding Night
  • Dora Barrett
1935
No Score Yet Broadway Bill
  • Margaret
1934
No Score Yet The Captain Hates the Sea
  • Janet Grayson
1934
No Score Yet Gift of Gab
  • Nurse
1934
80% The Kennel Murder Case
  • Doris Delafield
1933
No Score Yet The Power and the Glory
  • Eve Borden
1933
No Score Yet The Little Giant
  • Polly Cass
1933
No Score Yet Grand Slam
  • Lola Starr
1933
No Score Yet Lawyer Man
  • Barbara 'Babs' Bentley
1933
100% I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang
  • Helen
1932
No Score Yet The Crash
  • Esther Parish
1932
No Score Yet Jewel Robbery
  • Marianne
1932
No Score Yet They Call It Sin
  • Enid Hollister
1932

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