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Mae Madison

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Of Hungarian descent, auburn-haired Mae Madison (born Mariska Medgyzsi) was one of several starlets specializing in playing tough girls in early Warner talkies. A native of Los Angeles, Madison joined the likes of Noel Francis, Adrienne Dore, Renee Whitney, and Glenda Farrell to provide color to the studio's many gangster films and musicals. Only Farrell made it to stardom, while Madison found herself lost in such ill-fitting fare as the John Wayne oater The Big Stampede (1932). Retiring in the mid-'30s, Madison was one of several early '30s personalities to reappear in the self-explanatory 2000 documentary I Used to Be in Pictures.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Folies Bergère de Paris, (The Man from the Folies Bergere)
  • Girls in Secretary Number
1935
No Score Yet Reckless
  • Chorus Girl
1935
No Score Yet Now I'll Tell
  • Waitress
1934
No Score Yet The Big Stampede
  • Ginger Malloy
1932
No Score Yet The Rich Are Always with Us
  • 3rd Girl
1932
No Score Yet The Mouthpiece
  • Elaine
1932
No Score Yet So Big
  • Julie Hemple
1932
No Score Yet The Tenderfoot
  • Cafe Maid
1932
No Score Yet Her Majesty, Love
  • Fred's Sister, Elli
1931
No Score Yet The Mad Genius
  • Olga
1931
No Score Yet Smart Money
  • Small-Town Girl
1931
No Score Yet Words and Music
  • Actor
1929

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