Jeanne Cagney

Highest Rated: 100% Don't Bother to Knock (1952)
Birthday: Mar 25, 1919
Birthplace: Not Available
The younger sister (20 years younger) of actor James Cagney, Jeanne Cagney inaugurated her own acting and modelling career in the late 1930s, making her stage bow at the Pasadena Playhouse. While all the Cagneys looked out for one another both personally and professionally, Jeanne was able to succeed on her own merits. Still, some of her most memorable film work was concentrated in brother Jimmy's films, notably Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) and The Time of Your Life (1948). Perhaps her best film role was the trashy femme fatale who leads Mickey Rooney down the path to perdition in Quicksand (1950). Jeanne Cagney's television work included a lengthy stint as fashion commentator on the daytime audience-participation series Queen for a Day.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
80% Man of a Thousand Faces Carrie Chaney 1957
No Score Yet Kentucky Rifle Cordie Hay 1956
No Score Yet A Lion Is in the Streets Jennie Brown 1953
100% Don't Bother to Knock Rochelle 1952
No Score Yet Queen for a Day Actor 1951
No Score Yet Quicksand (1950) Vera Novak 1950
No Score Yet The Time of Your Life Kitty Duval 1948
92% Yankee Doodle Dandy Josie Cohan 1942
No Score Yet Rhythm on the River Country Cousin 1940

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