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Muriel Evans



A child actress in her hometown of Minneapolis, Muriel Evans began her screen career in 1927 as a leading lady to comedian Lupino Lane. Her parents, however, demanded that she finish her education and she was offscreen until 1932. Blonde and, according to at least one reviewer, "unspoiled," Evans enjoyed a busy career in mainly B-films, including no less than 13 series Westerns with the likes of John Wayne, Buck Jones, and Tex Ritter. In the late 1930s, her career came full circle when she starred in two-reel comedies opposite James Finlayson.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet The Rookie Cop
  • Fern
1939
No Score Yet Ten Laps to Go
  • Norma
1938
No Score Yet Rustler's Valley
  • Agnes Randall
1937
No Score Yet Headline Crasher
  • Edith Arlen
1937
No Score Yet Boss of Lonely Valley
  • Retta Lowrey
1937
No Score Yet Law for Tombstone
  • Nellie Gray
1937
No Score Yet Under Your Spell
  • Governess
1936
No Score Yet House of Secrets
  • Julie Kenmore
1936
No Score Yet Missing Girls
  • Dorothy Benson
1936
89% Mr. Deeds Goes to Town
  • Theresa
1936
No Score Yet King of the Pecos
  • Belle
1936
No Score Yet Call of the Prairie
  • Linda McHenry
1936
No Score Yet Three on the Trail
  • Mary Stevens
1936
No Score Yet The New Frontier
  • Hanna Lewis
1935
No Score Yet Hideout
  • Babe
1934
No Score Yet Hollywood Party
  • Seated at the Table During Bidding
1934
85% Manhattan Melodrama
  • May
1934
No Score Yet Heat Lightning
  • The Blonde
1934
No Score Yet The Prizefighter and the Lady
  • Linda
1933
No Score Yet Fast Workers
  • Nurse
1933
No Score Yet Pack Up Your Troubles
  • the Bride
1932

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