Judith Allen - Rotten Tomatoes

Judith Allen

Highest Rated:   91% The Women (1939)
Lowest Rated:   80% Bright Eyes (1934)
Birthday:  
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 YEAR
No Score Yet Train to Tombstone
  • Belle
1950
91% 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
80% 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

Quotes from Judith Allen's Characters

No quotes approved yet.