Lita Chevret

Lowest Rated: 75% Romeo and Juliet (1936)
Birthday: May 27, 1908
Birthplace: Not Available
A show girl prior to signing with Fox in the early days of sound, brunette Lita Chevret also played show girls onscreen in such musicals as Fox Movietone Follies of 1929 (1929) and The Cuckoos (1930). The latter starred the team of Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey. She was re-teamed with the cigar-chomping Woolsey in Everything's Rosie, as juvenile lead Johnny Darrow's too-sophisticated fiancée. There would be several other such roles: Lili Damita's rival in Goldie Gets Along (1932) and Constance Cummings' nemesis in Glamour (1934). But more often than not, she played unnamed chorus girls or "party guests." She was a manicurist in her final credited film, The Philadelphia Story (1940).

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
100% The Philadelphia Story Manicurist 1940
91% My Little Chickadee Indian squaw 1940
No Score Yet The Fatal Hour Tanya Serova 1940
No Score Yet Midnight Limited Mae Krantz 1940
92% The Women Woman Under Sunlamps 1939
75% Romeo and Juliet Bit 1936
80% Follow the Fleet Girl 1936
No Score Yet Dante's Inferno Mrs. Martin 1935
No Score Yet Only Yesterday Actor 1933
No Score Yet Girl Crazy Mary 1932
No Score Yet Everything's Rosie Miss Van Dorn 1931
No Score Yet Laugh and Get Rich Party 1931
No Score Yet Kept Husbands Gwen 1931
No Score Yet The Royal Bed Lady in Waiting 1931
No Score Yet The Pay Off Margy 1930
No Score Yet The Locked Door Girl on Rum Boat 1929
No Score Yet Words and Music Actor 1929

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