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Lola Lane

Highest Rated:   100% Four Daughters (1938)
Lowest Rated:   100% Four Daughters (1938)
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Born Dorothy Mullican, she was playing piano at age twelve in cinemas as accompaniment to silent films. She studied at a music conservatory for two years, then went to New York with her sister Leota; they appeared in the Gus Edwards vaudeville revue and debuted on Broadway in Greenwich Village Follies. In 1928 Lola starred opposite George Jessel in Broadway's War Song, after which she was signed to a film contract by Fox; she debuted onscreen in Speakeasy (1929). Until the late '30s she appeared as brassy leads, mostly in minor productions; she became more successful with a string of films in which she was cast with her sisters Priscilla and Rosemary Lane. She retired from the screen in 1946. She was married five times; her husbands included actor Lew Ayres and directors Alexander Hall and Roland West.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet They Made Me a Killer
  • Betty Ford
1946
No Score Yet Deadline at Dawn
  • Edna Bartelli
1946
No Score Yet Why Girls Leave Home
  • Irene
1945
No Score Yet Identity Unknown
  • Wanda
1945
No Score Yet Lost Canyon
  • Laura
1943
No Score Yet Buckskin Frontier
  • Rita Molyneaux
1943
No Score Yet Miss V. from Moscow
  • Vera Marova
1942
No Score Yet Four Mothers
  • Thea Lemp Crowley
1941
No Score Yet Four Wives
  • Thea Lemp Crowley
1939
100% Four Daughters
  • Thea Lemp
1938
No Score Yet Hollywood Hotel
  • Mona Marshall
1937
100% Marked Woman
  • Gabby Marvin
1937
No Score Yet Death from a Distance
  • Kay Palmer
1935
No Score Yet Burn 'Em Up Barnes
  • Marjorie
1934
No Score Yet Ticket to a Crime
  • Peggy Cummings
1934
No Score Yet Woman Condemned
  • Jane Merrick
1933
No Score Yet Fox Movietone Follies of 1929
  • Lila Beaumont
1929
No Score Yet Speakeasy
  • Alice Woods
1929

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