Jean Wallace

Highest Rated: 92% The Big Combo (1955)
Lowest Rated: 92% The Big Combo (1955)
Birthday: Oct 12, 1923
Birthplace: Not Available
Former model Jean Wallace entered films at seventeen, playing a bit in Paramount's Louisiana Purchase (1941). That same year, she married actor Franchot Tone with whom she would appear in Jigsaw (1949) and The Man on the Eiffel Tower (1949). Her second husband was actor Cornel Wilde, who upon turning director with 1957's The Devil's Hairpin made it his goal to transform Wallace, whose previous film roles had been largely forgettable, into an actress of stature. As a result, Jean Wallace enjoyed some of her finest on-screen moments in such Wilde-directed productions as Sword of Lancelot (1962), Beach Red (1967) and the pro-ecological No Blade of Glass (1970).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet No Blade of Grass Ann Custance 1970
No Score Yet Beach Red Julie MacDonald 1967
No Score Yet Sword of Lancelot Guinevere 1963
No Score Yet Maracaibo Laura Kingsley 1958
No Score Yet Storm Fear Elizabeth 1955
92% The Big Combo Susan Lowell 1955
No Score Yet Native Son Mary Dalton 1951
No Score Yet The Good Humor Man Actor 1950
No Score Yet Jigsaw Barbara Whitfield 1949
No Score Yet Song of India Actor 1949
No Score Yet The Man on the Eiffel Tower Edna Wallace 1949
No Score Yet When My Baby Smiles at Me Sylvia Marco 1948
No Score Yet Louisiana Purchase Louisiana Belle 1941
No Score Yet Ziegfeld Girl Actor 1941

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