Louise Campbell

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Birthday: May 30, 1911
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Educated in her home town of Chicago, Louise Campbell also launched her acting career in the Windy City. She supplemented her income as a dramatics instructor at her alma mater of DePaul University, working as a dental assistant when acting opportunities dried up. Louise was brought to Hollywood by Paramount in 1937, where, after serving a "B"-picture apprenticeship in a trio of Bulldog Drummond pictures, she was elevated to more important roles. Campbell seemed to make the most of the least promising assignments; her best film was the offbeat comedy/mystery/melodrama/romance Scandal Street (1937). Louise Campbell retired from films upon her marriage to character actor Horace MacMahon, briefly returning before the cameras in 1947's Devil Ship.



No Score Yet Men With Wings Actor 2012
No Score Yet Crawlspace Miz Gerard 1972
No Score Yet Anne of Windy Poplars Katherine Pringle 1940
No Score Yet The Star Maker Mary 1939
No Score Yet Bulldog Drummond's Peril Phyllis Clavering 1938
No Score Yet The Buccaneer Marie de Remy 1938
No Score Yet Bulldog Drummond's Revenge Phyllis Clavering 1937
No Score Yet Bulldog Drummond Comes Back Phyllis Clavering 1937


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