Mary Doran

Highest Rated: 100% Love Me Tonight (1932)
Birthday: Sep 8, 1910
Birthplace: Not Available
Blonde leading 1920s starlet Mary Doran attended college at Columbia University. Originally planning on a teaching career, Doran instead became a professional tap dancer, working for Flo Ziegfeld on Broadway before she was signed to an MGM contract in 1928. During the first years of the talkies, Doran showed up in such major releases as Broadway Melody (1929), The Divorcee (1930), and Our Blushing Brides (1930), usually cast as a flirt or gold digger. After her MGM option lapsed, she freelanced at Universal, Columbia, and Paramount; though no longer appearing in major roles in A-pictures, she was afforded a worthwhile supporting part in Lubitsch's Love Me Tonight (1932) and a funny bit as a screen-test actress in Harold Lloyd's Movie Crazy (1932). Mary Doran left films after co-starring with George O'Brien and Polly Ann Young in the quickie Western Border Patrolman (1936).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
44% Electric Dreams Millie 1984
No Score Yet Kid Galahad Operator 1937
No Score Yet The Devil Is a Sissy Mrs. Robbins 1936
No Score Yet Sunset Range Mary 'Bonnie' Shea 1935
43% Naughty Marietta Casquette Girl 1935
No Score Yet Murder in the Fleet Jenny Lane 1935
No Score Yet Sing Sing Nights Anne McCaigh 1935
No Score Yet Only Yesterday Actor 1933
No Score Yet Grand Slam Dot 1933
No Score Yet Hard to Handle Dance Contestant 1933
No Score Yet Three on a Match Prisoner 1932
100% Love Me Tonight Madame Dupont 1932
No Score Yet Beauty and the Boss Polly 1932
No Score Yet Movie Crazy Margie 1932
No Score Yet Final Edition Patsy King 1932
No Score Yet Under Eighteen Lucille 1932
No Score Yet The Strange Love of Molly Louvain Dance Hall Girl 1932
100% The Miracle Woman Party Guest 1931
No Score Yet Iron Man The Show Girl, Rose's Pal 1931
No Score Yet The Criminal Code Gertrude Williams 1931
No Score Yet Remote Control Marion Ferguson 1930
No Score Yet Our Blushing Brides Mannequin 1930
No Score Yet The Sins of the Children Laura 1930
75% The Divorcée Janice 1930
No Score Yet They Learned About Women Daisy Gebhart 1930
No Score Yet Their Own Desire Susan 1929
35% The Broadway Melody Blonde 1929

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