Judith Allen

Judith Allen

  • Highest Rated: 92% The Women (1939)
  • Lowest Rated: 82% Bright Eyes (1934)
  • Birthday: Feb 8, 1911
  • Birthplace: New York, New York, USA
  • Stock-company actress Maria Elliot was transformed into Judith Allen when signed to a Paramount contract in 1933. Her brief Paramount stay was rather unexceptional, except for her leading-lady assignment in DeMille's This Day and Age (1933) and her gently satirical portrayal of the daughter of two-bit impresario W. C. Fields in The Old Fashioned Way (1934). Her bid for stardom forgotten by the mid-1930s, Judith nonetheless remained in films into the 1950s. Judith Allen's leading-lady duties opposite Gene Autry in such late-1930s westerns as Boots and Saddles assured her work in low-budget sagebrushers until the day she retired.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

No Score Yet Train to Tombstone Belle 1950
92% The Women Model 1939
No Score Yet Tough Kid Actor 1939
No Score Yet Port of Missing Girls Della Mason 1938
No Score Yet Telephone Operator Helen Molly 1938
No Score Yet Bill Cracks Down Elaine Witworth 1937
No Score Yet Boots and Saddles Bernice Allen 1937
No Score Yet Git Along Little Dogies Doris Maxwell 1937
No Score Yet Beware of Ladies Betty White 1937
No Score Yet Texas Trail Barbara Allen 1937
No Score Yet The Healer Joan Bradshaw 1935
No Score Yet Night Alarm Helen Smith 1935
82% Bright Eyes Adele Martin 1934
No Score Yet The Old Fashioned Way Betty McGonigle 1934
No Score Yet The Witching Hour Actor 1934
No Score Yet She Loves Me Not Frances Arbuthnot 1934
No Score Yet Dancing Man Diane Trevor 1934
No Score Yet This Day and Age Gay Merrick 1933
No Score Yet Buffalo Stampede Millie Fayre 1933
No Score Yet Thundering Herd Actor 1933

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