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Jacqueline Wells



Born Jacqueline Brown, she debuted onscreen at age nine and became a busy child actress during the silent era, billed as Jacqueline Wells. She took four years off from films in her teens, during which she attended school and took dancing lessons under Theodore Kosloff. She returned to the screen in the early '30s, appearing in a number of Hal Roach comedy shorts before beginning to play leads in features and serials. She remained busy through the '30s, then her career slowed down; in 1941 she switched studios, changed her name to Julie Bishop, and began a new career. After a few years her work again slowed down, and her film appearances after 1947 were infrequent; she retired form the screen in 1957. She is the mother of actress Pamela Shoop.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Tarzan and the Trappers
  • Actor
1958
No Score Yet Back in the Saddle
  • Taffy
1941
No Score Yet Young Bill Hickok
  • Louise Mason
1940
No Score Yet The Ranger and the Lady
  • Jane
1940
No Score Yet My Son Is Guilty
  • Julia Allen
1940
No Score Yet Torture Ship
  • Joan Martel
1939
No Score Yet The Bohemian Girl
  • Arline
1936
No Score Yet Square Shooter
  • Actor
1935
87% The Black Cat
  • Joan Allison
1934
No Score Yet The Loudspeaker
  • Janet Melrose
1934
No Score Yet Tarzan the Fearless
  • Mary Brooks
1933

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