Lana Turner

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
100% A Star Is Born (1937)
Lowest Rated:
60% Peyton Place (1957)
Birthday:
Feb 8
Birthplace:
Wallace, Idaho, USA
Bio:
One of the most glamorous superstars of Hollywood's golden era, Lana Turner was born February 8, 1921, in Wallace, ID. At the age of 15, while cutting school, she was spotted by Hollywood Reporter staffer Billy Wilkinson in a Hollywood drugstore; enchanted by her beauty, he escorted her to the…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Witches Brew
  • Vivian Cross
-- 2012
Reflections of Evil
  • Actor
-- 2002
The Best of Film Noir
  • Actor
-- 2000
83% The Postman Always Rings Twice
  • Actor
-- 1981
Bittersweet Love
  • Claire
-- 1977
Graveyard
  • Actor
-- 1974
Persecution
  • Carrie Masters
-- 1974
The Big Cube
  • Adriana Roman
-- 1969
Madame X
  • Holly Parker
-- 1966
Love Has Many Faces
  • Kit Jordan
-- 1965
Who's Got the Action?
  • Melanie Flood
-- 1963
Bachelor in Paradise
  • Rosemary Howard
-- 1961
By Love Possessed
  • Marjorie Penrose
-- 1961
Portrait in Black
  • Sheila Cabot
  • Director
-- 1960
83% Imitation of Life
  • Lora Meredith
-- 1959
Another Time Another Place
  • Sara Scott
-- 1958
60% Peyton Place
  • Constance MacKenzie
-- 1957
The Sea Chase
  • Elsa Keller
-- 1955
The Prodigal
  • Samarra
-- 1955
Diane
  • Diane de Poitiers
-- 1955
The Rains of Ranchipur
  • Edwina Esketh
-- 1955
Betrayed
  • Carla Van Oven
-- 1954
Latin Lovers
  • Nora Taylor
-- 1953
95% The Bad and the Beautiful
  • Georgia Lorrison
-- 1953
The Merry Widow
  • Crystal Radek
-- 1952
Mr. Imperium (You Belong to My Heart)
  • Fredda Barlo
-- 1951
A Life of Her Own
  • Lily Branner James
-- 1950
71% The Three Musketeers
  • Milady Countess DeWinter
-- 1948
Homecoming
  • Lt. Jane "Snapshot" McCall
-- 1948
Green Dolphin Street
  • Marianne Patourel
-- 1947
Cass Timberlane
  • Virginia Marshland
-- 1947
95% The Postman Always Rings Twice
  • Cora Smith
-- 1946
Keep Your Powder Dry
  • Valerie Parks
-- 1945
Week-End at the Waldorf (Weekend at the Waldorf)
  • Bunny Smith
-- 1945
Du Barry Was a Lady
  • Guest Star
-- 1943
Slightly Dangerous
  • Carol Burden
-- 1943
Johnny Eager
  • Lisbeth Bard
-- 1942
Somewhere I'll Find You
  • Paula Lane
-- 1942
Honky Tonk
  • Elizabeth Cotton
-- 1941
Ziegfeld Girl
  • Sheila Regan
-- 1941
65% Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  • Beatrix Emery
-- 1941
Two Girls On Broadway
  • Pat Mahoney
-- 1940
Dancing Co-Ed (Every Other Inch a Lady)
  • Patty Marlow
-- 1939
Calling Dr. Kildare
  • Rosalie
-- 1939
These Glamour Girls
  • Jane Thomas
-- 1939
Four's a Crowd
  • Bit Part
-- 1938
Love Finds Andy Hardy
  • Cynthia Potter
-- 1938
The Adventures of Marco Polo
  • Maid
-- 1938
They Won't Forget
  • Mary Clay
-- 1937
The Great Garrick
  • Auber
-- 1937
100% A Star Is Born
  • Marion (Santa Anita bar)
-- 1937
Musicals from Hollywood's Golden Age
  • Actor
-- 1934
Golden Age of Musicals
  • Actor
-- 1930

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Quotes from Lana Turner's Characters

    1. Lora Meredith: I'm going up and up and up. And no one's going to pull me down. [ambitious actress telling husband she's no housewife]
    From Imitation of Life. Submitted by rick b (2 years ago)
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