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Kay Hughes

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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

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
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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