Mary Anderson

Highest Rated: 100% The Sea Hawk (1940)
Birthday: Jun 28, 1897
Birthplace: Not Available
Sixteen-year-old Alabaman Mary Anderson made her first screen appearance as Maybelle Meriweather in Gone With the Wind (1939). As a 20th Century-Fox contractee in the mid-1940s, she was seen in Hitchcock's Lifeboat (1943) and in the lavish biopic Wilson (1944). She ended her film career in 1953, occasionally reemerging on television, notably in the role of Catherine Harrington on the prime-time soaper Peyton Place. Mary Anderson was married to cinematographer Leon Shamroy, whom she met on the set of Wilson. She passed away three days after turning 96, in 2014.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Jet over the Atlantic Maria 1959
No Score Yet I, the Jury Eileen Vickers 1953
No Score Yet Dangerous Crossing Anna Quinn 1953
No Score Yet Passage West Myra Johnson 1951
No Score Yet Hunt the Man Down Alice McGuire / Peggy Linden 1951
No Score Yet Chicago Calling Mary Cannon 1951
No Score Yet The Underworld Story Molly Rankin 1950
No Score Yet Whispering City Mary Roberts 1947
No Score Yet Behind Green Lights Nora Bard 1946
No Score Yet To Each His Own Corinne Piersen 1946
88% Wilson Eleanor Wilson 1944
92% Lifeboat Alice 1944
85% The Song of Bernadette Jeanne Abadie 1943
No Score Yet Cheers for Miss Bishop Amy Saunders 1941
83% All This, and Heaven Too Rebecca Jay 1940
100% The Sea Hawk Maid of Honor 1940
No Score Yet 'Til We Meet Again Girl 1940
92% Gone With the Wind Maybelle Merriwether 1939
No Score Yet Johnny Get Your Gun Ruth Gordon 1919
No Score Yet False Faces Cecelia Brooks 1919
No Score Yet A Helpful Sisterhood Actor 1914

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