Marlo Dwyer

Highest Rated: 100% Footlight Parade (1933)
Lowest Rated: 81% Crossfire (1947)
Birthday: Mar 25, 1908
Birthplace: Not Available
As Wilma Francis, this dark-haired starlet began her screen career as a chorus girl at Warner Bros. and later played second leads in quite a few potboilers. She is perhaps better known as Marlo Dwyer, the alias she used in such well-remembered low-budget thrillers as The Man With Two Lives (1942) and Missing Women (1951). In between her many screen assignments, Francis/Dwyer took time out to appear in the 1946 Broadway show Loco and later popped up on such television series as Stories of the Century and Cannon.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Dangerous Mission Mrs. Elster 1954
86% The Sniper May Nelson 1952
No Score Yet Missing Women Mae Berringer 1951
No Score Yet Walk Softly, Stranger Mabel 1950
No Score Yet Caged Julie 1950
No Score Yet Follow Me Quietly Waitress 1949
81% Crossfire Miss Lewis/Miss White 1947
No Score Yet Man with Two Lives Helen Lengel 1942
No Score Yet The Right Man Actor 1940
100% Footlight Parade Chorus girl 1933

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