Virginia Huston

Virginia Huston

  • Highest Rated: 100% Sudden Fear (1952)
  • Lowest Rated: 33% The Racket (1951)
  • Birthday: Apr 24, 1925
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • Although she was featured in a couple of above-average film noirs, including Out of the Past (1947), blonde RKO starlet Virginia Huston always played the good girl and no one remembers the good girl in a film noir. A former child actress, Huston signed with RKO in 1945, and played stock ingénues until cast as Lynn Bari's nightclub singing sister in Nocturne (1947), a low-budget but well-appointed crime drama, in which her singing vocals were dubbed by Martha Mears. Out of the Past (1947), as Robert Mitchum's nice girlfriend, followed and she was allowed to demonstrate a bit of spirit opposite Joan Crawford in the classic soap opera Flamingo Road (1949). A broken back sustained in a near-fatal car crash kept her bedridden for a year and when she returned to films, it was as Jane opposite Lex Barker's jungle king in Tarzan's Peril (1951), a sure sign of declining interest. There were a few minor roles to follow, but Huston basically retired after marrying a wealthy real-estate broker in 1952.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

No Score Yet Knock on Wood Audrey 1954
100% Sudden Fear Ann Taylor 1952
No Score Yet Night Stage to Galveston Ann Bellamy 1952
33% The Racket Lucy Johnson 1951
No Score Yet Flight to Mars Carol 1951
No Score Yet Tarzan's Peril Jane 1951
No Score Yet The Doolins of Oklahoma Elaine Burton 1949
No Score Yet Flamingo Road Annabelle Weldon 1949
94% Out of the Past Ann 1947
No Score Yet Nocturne Carol Page 1946

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