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Mary Ellen Kay

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One of Republic Pictures' last B-Western heroines, Mary Ellen Kay would appear in a total of 14 horse operas before the death of the genre in 1954. That year, she also married a New York cosmetics executive, and although she would grace several subsequent potboilers, her bid for genre stardom was over. Miss Kay was a typical Republic player: beautiful, athletic, and seemingly fearless. In The Last Musketeer (1952), a Rex Allen music oater, she spent three days perfecting the popular running mount. She did a total of six films opposite Allen, including Republic's last entry in the waning singing-cowboy sweepstakes, and also appeared opposite Allan Lane (three times), Charles Starrett, and William Elliott. Appropriately enough, her final film was Buffalo Gun (1961), a low-budget Western featuring yet another Republic Pictures veteran, Don "Red" Barry.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Buffalo Gun
  • Clementine
1958
No Score Yet Voodoo Woman
  • Susan
1957
No Score Yet Runaway Daughters
  • Mary Rubeck
1956
No Score Yet Francis in the Haunted House
  • Lorna Ann
1956
No Score Yet Thunder Pass
  • Actor
1954
No Score Yet Long Wait
  • Wendy
1954
No Score Yet Colorado Sundown
  • Jackie Reynolds
1952
No Score Yet Border Saddlemates
  • Jane Richards
1952
No Score Yet The Well
  • Lois
1951
No Score Yet Silver City Bonanza
  • Katie McIntosh
1951
No Score Yet Government Agents vs. Phantom Legion
  • Kay Roberts
1951
No Score Yet Between Midnight and Dawn
  • Girl
1950
No Score Yet Tarzan and the Slave Girl
  • Moana
1950

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