Lona Andre

Lona Andre

Highest Rated: 100% The Plainsman (1936)

Lowest Rated: 75% Murder at the Vanities (1934)

Birthday: Mar 2, 1915

Birthplace: Not Available

Along with the better-remembered Gail Patrick, brunette Lona Andre (born Laura Anderson) was a runner-up to Kathleen Burke in Paramount's Panther Woman contest. Burke won the coveted role opposite Charles Laughton in the quasi-horror epic Island of Lost Souls (1933) and Patrick would, many years later, become the producer of television's Perry Mason. Andre, meanwhile, did plenty of cheesecake art and acted in low-budget programmers, but her personal life was rather more dramatic than any of her screen roles, the most prominent of which was as one of the flirtatious dates in Laurel & Hardy's Our Relations. Having deserted actor James Dunn virtually at the altar, Andre later married handsome B-movie player Edward Norris, only to leave him after only four days of what she termed "marital hell." After her screen career ended in 1947, she successfully ran her own North Hollywood real estate business.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Two Mugs from Brooklyn Chorus Girl 1942
No Score Yet Hollywood Murder Mystery Nita Madera 1941
No Score Yet Sunset Murder Case Actor 1938
No Score Yet Slaves in Bondage Dona Lee 1937
No Score Yet High Hat Dixie Durkin 1937
No Score Yet Pilot X Helen Gage 1937
100% The Plainsman Southern Belle 1936
No Score Yet Our Relations Lily, the Other Cafe Girl 1936
No Score Yet Custer's Last Stand Belle Mead 1936
No Score Yet Lucky Terror Ann 1936
No Score Yet School for Girls Peggy 1935
No Score Yet Under the Pampas Moon Girl 1935
No Score Yet Border Brigands Diane 1935
No Score Yet Lost in the Stratosphere Sophie 1934
82% The Merry Widow Maid to Sonia 1934
75% Murder at the Vanities Lona 1934
No Score Yet College Humor Ginger 1933
No Score Yet The Fighting Phantom Dorothy 1933
No Score Yet International House Chorus Queen 1933
No Score Yet Take a Chance Miss Miami Beach 1933
No Score Yet Pick-Up Pantry Girl 1933
No Score Yet Trailin' Trouble Patience Blair 1930


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