Marie Harmon

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The winner of a Chicago Tribune "Perfect Blind Date" contest, blonde Marie Harmon obtained a contract with Universal, who then wasted her in supporting roles in such fare as Hers to Hold (1943) and the All-Girl Ladies Courageous (1944). She was rather better served by Poverty Row company Monogram, for whom she appeared opposite singing cowboy Jimmy Wakeley, and Republic Pictures, who put her under contract in 1946. More B-Westerns followed but Harmon retired in 1951 to marry. She is the mother of actress Cherie Currie and the mother-in-law of actor Robert Hays.

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No Score Yet Not Wanted Irene 1949
No Score Yet Night Time in Nevada Toni Bordon 1948
54% Secret Beyond the Door SubDeb 1948
No Score Yet Behind the Mask Girl 1946
No Score Yet Hers to Hold Ella Mae 1943

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