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Louise Platt



An intelligent stage actress, Louise Platt's only memorable screen performance came as the pregnant army wife in John Ford's Stagecoach (1939). She was 24 at the time, not exactly the blushing ingenue type, and she much preferred Broadway. She later appeared in such plays as A Room in Red and White, Spring Dance, The Promise, and, alternating with her sister Jean, as Johnny Belinda. In 1948 Platt created the role of Anne Boleyn opposite Rex Harrison in Anne of a Thousand Days and, the following year, starred with Lee Tracy in The Traitor, the latter produced by her former husband Jed Harris. She later appeared in several television shows, including two episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Street of Chance
  • Virginia Thompson
1942
No Score Yet Captain Caution
  • Corunna Dorman
1940
100% Stagecoach
  • Lucy Mallory
1939
No Score Yet Spawn of the North
  • Diane
1938
No Score Yet I Met My Love Again
  • Brenda
1938

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