Kay Hughes

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Birthday: Jan 16, 1914
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A pretty brunette starlet, Los Angeles native Kay Hughes (born Catherine Rhoads) is often confused with the equally dark-haired Carol Hughes, who had begun her screen career in 1932 as Kay Hughes. It was Carol Hughes who appeared in Columbia two-reel comedies and later played Dale Arden in the second Flash Gordon serial. Kay Hughes, meanwhile, danced in a couple of MGM films and had a minor supporting role in William Wellman's Robin Hood of Eldorado (1936) prior to signing with small-scale Republic Pictures. Hughes co-starred in two action serials and four B-Westerns, all produced within six months. Her agent pressed her into switching to more upscale Universal, but that studio only assigned her yet another serial. By 1945, she was making low-budget Westerns at PRC and retired to raise her family.

Filmography

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No Score Yet The Last Of The Secret Agents? Book Ends 1966
No Score Yet Enemy of the Law Actor 1945
No Score Yet Dick Tracy Gwen 1937
No Score Yet A Man Betrayed Marjorie Norton 1937
No Score Yet The Mandarin Mystery Irene Kirk 1936
No Score Yet The Big Show Marion Hill 1936
No Score Yet Ghost Town Gold Sabina 1936
No Score Yet Ride, Ranger, Ride Dixie 1936
No Score Yet The Three Mesquiteers Marian Bryant 1936
No Score Yet Snowed Under Dumb Stenographer 1936
No Score Yet Strike Me Pink Actor 1936
No Score Yet Three Mesquiteers Actor 1936
No Score Yet George White's 1935 Scandals One of Do's Four Girls 1935

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