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Wynne Gibson

  • Highest Rated: 80% City Streets (1931)
  • Lowest Rated: 80% City Streets (1931)
  • Birthday: Jul 3, 1903
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • Wynne Gibson ran away from home at the age of 15, almost immediately securing work as a chorus girl. She went the vaudeville-stock-Broadway route before making her talking-picture bow in the 1929 film version of Nothing But the Truth. Gibson spent the first half of the 1930s under contract to Paramount, where she played golden-hearted sporting ladies, slinky "other women" and occasional murderesses. Film buffs will instantly recall Gibson as the waterfront prostitute in If I Had a Million (1932), who, upon being given a million-dollar check, immediately rents a lavish hotel room, where she spends her first night in bed alone--but not before disdainfully removing her stockings. Her career in eclipse in the 1940s, Gibson accepted a few lower-paying assignments in such "B"s as The Falcon Strike Back (1942) before retiring from films altogether in 1943. Wynne Gibson then embarked on a long career as an actor's agent, occasionally accepting TV and radio roles and serving as the chairperson of New York's Equity Library Theatre.

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No Score Yet The Falcon Strikes Back Mrs. Lipton 1943
No Score Yet Double Cross Fay Saunders 1941
No Score Yet Cafe Hostess Annie 1940
No Score Yet My Son Is Guilty Claire Morelli 1940
No Score Yet Flirting with Fate Bertha 1938
No Score Yet Motorcycle Squad Actor 1937
No Score Yet The Captain Hates the Sea Mrs. Jeddock 1934
No Score Yet Emergency Call Mabel Weenie 1933
No Score Yet Aggie Appleby Aggie Appleby 1933
No Score Yet Night After Night Iris Dawn 1932
No Score Yet Lady and Gent (The Challenger) Puff Rogers 1932
No Score Yet If I Had a Million Violet 1932
No Score Yet Ladies of the Big House Susie Thompson 1931
80% City Streets Agnes 1931
No Score Yet Man of the World Irene Hoffa 1931
No Score Yet The Fall Guy Lottie Quinlan 1930
No Score Yet Children of Pleasure Emma 'Em' Gray 1930
No Score Yet Nothing But the Truth Sabel Jackson 1929


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