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Vivienne Osborne

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A professional dancer from the age of five, actress Vivienne Osborne was still in her ingénue stage when she made her first film in 1920. A handful of movies followed, whereupon Osborne headed for Broadway where she established herself as a versatile leading lady. Returning to films in 1931, she showed up in scores of early-talkie Warner Bros. productions, playing such supporting parts as "other women," femme fatales, and murder suspects. Her finest screen showing was in Paramount's Supernatural (1933), as the electrocuted murderess whose spirit possesses the body of innocent Carole Lombard. After busying herself with stage work for nearly five years, Vivienne Osborne made her final foray into filmmaking in 1945; her last screen appearance was as Johanna Van Ryn in 20th Century Fox's Dragonwyck (1946).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Dragonwyck
  • Johanna Van Ryn
1946
No Score Yet I Accuse My Parents
  • Mrs. Wilson
1944
No Score Yet Captain Caution
  • Victorine
1940
No Score Yet Primrose Path
  • Thelma
1940
No Score Yet The Crime Nobody Saw
  • Suzanne Duval
1937
No Score Yet Let's Sing Again
  • Rosa Donelli
1936
No Score Yet No More Ladies
  • Lady Diana Moulton
1935
No Score Yet Tomorrow at Seven
  • Martha Winters
1933
No Score Yet The Phantom Broadcast
  • Elsa Evans
1933
No Score Yet Supernatural
  • Ruth Rogen
1933
No Score Yet The Dark Horse
  • Maybelle
1932
No Score Yet Two Seconds
  • Shirley Day
1932

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