Peggy Moran

Peggy Moran

  • Highest Rated: 97% Ninotchka (1939)
  • Lowest Rated: 67% The Mummy's Hand (1940)
  • Birthday: Oct 23, 1918
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • Pretty Peggy Moran -- as the American actress was invariably described in press releases and reviews -- was the daughter of prominent portrait artist Earl Moran. She was brought to Hollywood by her mother, a former dancer, where the young girl received a screen tests and a handful of movie bit parts. After a few years' radio work, Peggy appeared in support of Deanna Durbin in Universal's First Love (1939) and Spring Parade (1940), both directed by Peggy's future husband Henry Koster. Under contract to Universal, Peggy was decorative in One Night in the Tropics (1940) (Abbott and Costello's screen debut), appropriately frightened in The Mummy's Hand (1941) and amusing in There's One Born Every Minute (1942) (another screen debut, this time Elizabeth Taylor's). After her marriage, Peggy retired, appearing only as a lark in Koster's pictures. Never a star, Peggy Moran was always a most welcome starlet; things might have been different had her agent not ignored a producer's request to have Peggy read for the Broadway play Life With Father, which would eventually run longer than any other "straight" play in History.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

No Score Yet King of the Cowboys Judy Mason 1943
No Score Yet Seven Sweethearts Albert 1942
No Score Yet Horror Island Wendy Creighton 1941
No Score Yet One Night in the Tropics Mickey Fitzgerald 1940
No Score Yet Spring Parade Irene 1940
67% The Mummy's Hand Marta Sullivan 1940
No Score Yet Argentine Nights Peggy 1940
No Score Yet Danger on Wheels Pat O'Shea 1940
97% Ninotchka French Maid 1939
No Score Yet Rhythm of the Saddle Maureen 1938
No Score Yet The Sisters Girl 1938
70% Boy Meets Girl New York Operator 1938

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