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Jean Porter



In films from 1941, pert brunette leading lady Jean Porter was quickly signed by MGM, where she clicked with the public as a manic autograph hound in The Youngest Profession (1942). Porter went on to prominent roles in such MGM productions as Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble (1944), Abbott and Costello in Hollywood (1945), and Easy to Wed (1946). In the late '40s, she married writer/director Edward Dmytryk, then virtually retired from films. Jean Porter briefly returned to the screen in a supporting role in the Dmytryk-directed The Left Hand of God (1955).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood (Abbott and Costello in Hollywood )
  • Actor
2000
No Score Yet The Left Hand of God
  • Mary Yin
1955
No Score Yet G.I. Jane
  • Jan
1951
No Score Yet Cry Danger
  • Darlene LaVonne
1951
No Score Yet That Hagen Girl
  • Sharon Bailey
1947
No Score Yet Betty Co-Ed
  • Joanne Leeds
1946
No Score Yet Easy to Wed
  • Frances
1946
No Score Yet Till the End of Time
  • Helen Ingersoll
1946
No Score Yet Abbott and Costello in Hollywood
  • Ruthie
1945
No Score Yet Thrill of a Romance
  • Ga-ga Bride
1945
No Score Yet Bathing Beauty
  • Jean Allenwood
1944
No Score Yet San Fernando Valley
  • Betty Lou Kenyon
1944
No Score Yet Heart of the Rio Grande
  • Pudge
1942
No Score Yet Home in Wyomin'
  • Young Fan
1942
100% Never Give a Sucker an Even Break
  • Passerby
1941
No Score Yet One Million B.C.
  • Shell People
1940
No Score Yet The Penal Code
  • Actor
1932

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