Iris Meredith

Iris Meredith

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Birthday: Jun 3, 1915

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Blonde Iris Meredith (née Shunn), a former Goldwyn Girl, was beautiful and talented enough to have risen to the top at her studio, Columbia Pictures. Instead, she became typecast as a B-Western heroine, albeit one of the best and busiest in history. Meredith would appear in no less than 31 sagebrush operas, from The Cowboy Star (1936) to The Kid Rides Again (1943), 20 of them opposite the studio's leading cowboy star Charles Starrett. Add to that a handful of serials and Iris had a busy seven years or so. Leaving Columbia in late 1940, Meredith landed at Poverty Row's infamous PRC, a ramshackle studio that quickly earned the nickname of "Pretty Rotten Crud." She did a couple of non-Westerns and a Buster Crabbe Billy the Kid before calling it quits to marry Columbia director Abby Berlin (1907-1965). Rather more brave than any of her screen heroines, a cancer-stricken and horribly disfigured Iris Meredith accepted an award at the 1976 Nashville Western Film Festival, her final public appearance. Appropriately, the veteran Western star received a standing ovation.




No Score Yet The Kid Rides Again Joan 1943
No Score Yet The Rangers Take Over Jean 1942
No Score Yet Louisiana Purchase Lawyer's Secretary 1941
No Score Yet The Green Archer Valerie Howett 1940
No Score Yet The Taming of the West Pepper 1939
No Score Yet Spider's Web Nita Van Sloan 1938
No Score Yet I Am the Law Girard's Girl 1938
No Score Yet The Mystery of the Hooded Horsemen Nancy Wilson 1937
No Score Yet The Gambling Terror Betty 1937
No Score Yet Trail of Vengeance Jean Warner 1937
No Score Yet Lawless Land Actor 1937
No Score Yet A Lawman Is Born Beth Graham 1937
No Score Yet George White's 1935 Scandals Miss Smith - Secretary 1935
No Score Yet Hat Check Girl Saleslady 1932


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