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Dorothy Lovett

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Birth 16 february 1915
Death 28 april 1998 (at 83 years)

Dorothy Lovett (February 16, 1915 – April 28, 1998) was an American film actress.

Usually with

Jean Hersholt
Jean Hersholt
(5 films)
Maude Eburne
Maude Eburne
(5 films)
John Alton
John Alton
(4 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Dorothy Lovett (17 films)

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A Patch of Blue, 1h45
Directed by Guy Green
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about families, Medical-themed films, Films about sexuality, Films about prostitution, Films about disabilities, La cécité
Actors Sidney Poitier, Shelley Winters, Elizabeth Hartman, Wallace Ford, Ivan Dixon, Elisabeth Fraser
Roles Woman (uncredited)
Rating79% 3.9972353.9972353.9972353.9972353.997235
Selina D'Arcey (Elizabeth Hartman) is a blind girl living with her prostitute mother Rose-Ann (Shelley Winters) and grandfather Ole Pa (Wallace Ford), in a city apartment. She strings beads to supplement her family's small income, and spends most of her time doing chores. Her mother is abusive, and Ole Pa is an alcoholic. Selina has no friends, rarely leaves the apartment, and has never received an education.
Why Must I Die, 1h26
Directed by Roy Del Ruth
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Crime
Actors Terry Moore, Debra Paget, Bert Freed, Sid Melton, Dorothy Lovett, Jackie Joseph
Rating56% 2.808622.808622.808622.808622.80862
Lois King keeps her troubled past from nightclub owner Kenny Randall, who hires her to sing at his club, The Cockatoo, and has fallen in love with her.
Call Out the Marines, 1h7
Directed by William Hamilton, Frank Ryan
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Musical
Themes Military humor in film, Spy films, Political films
Actors Edmund Lowe, Victor McLaglen, Binnie Barnes, Paul Kelly, Robert Smith, Dorothy Lovett
Roles Mary
Rating51% 2.574962.574962.574962.574962.57496
Ex-Marines Jimmy McGinnis (Victor McLaglen) and Harry Curtis (Edmund Lowe), who haven't seen each other for fifteen years, meet at a racetrack. They both immediately drop their jobs as an attendant and cleaner to rekindle their friendship and brawl over which one will have Violet (Binnie Barnes) for their girl. When visiting a clip joint called the Shoreleave Cafe with Violet, they meet the owner, Jim Blake (Paul Kelly). Blake was their former captain; he left the Corps under a cloud when he was blamed for a security breach. Blake is involved in espionage, arranging to buy the plans for a new amphibious vehicle.
Look Who's Laughing, 1h19
Directed by Allan Dwan
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Transport films, Aviation films
Actors Edgar Bergen, Lucille Ball, Harold Peary, Marian Driscoll Jordan, Dorothy Lovett, Isabel Randolph
Roles Marge
Rating62% 3.149023.149023.149023.149023.14902
In New York, Edgar Bergen does his last radio performance of the season, a doctor's sketch with his puppet, Charlie McCarthy and his assistant, Julie Patterson (Lucille Ball). After the performance Bergen hosts an engagement party for Julie and his business partner, Jerry Wood. The next day, Bergen flies his new plane and he and Charlie are set for their summer vacation. En route, Bergen gets lost and lands in Wistful Vista, home of Fibber McGee and Molly.
Lucky Devils
Directed by Lew Landers
Origin USA
Genres Romance
Actors Andy Devine, Dorothy Lovett, Richard Arlen, Janet Shaw, Vinton Hayworth, Ralf Harolde
Roles Norma

A sly pair of newsreel reporters, Dick McManus (Richard Arlen) and Andy Tompkins (Andy Devine), who work for the Mercury News Reel Company, has made a profession of photographing stories featuring daredevil acts by ordinary people. One of the exciting places for doing these acts is the Phillips Dam and it's often visible in the two reporters' photos. This fact is used by two foreign saboteurs, R. W. Ritter (Ralf Harolde) and Berko (Dick Terry). The saboteurs are planning to destroy the dam and have great help from the reporters' footage. At the same time, reporters Dick and Andy are informed by their editor, K. W. Momsen (Tim Ryan), at the Mercury News Reel Company offices, that they may be held responsible if anything does happen to the dam.
The Courageous Dr. Christian, 1h7
Directed by Bernard Vorhaus
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Medical-themed films
Actors Jean Hersholt, Dorothy Lovett, Robert Baldwin, Tom Neal, Maude Eburne, Vera Lewis
Roles Judy Price
Rating60% 3.022483.022483.022483.022483.02248
Kindhearted Dr. Paul Christian is appalled by the harsh living conditions of homeless inhabitants of Squatterstown. He lets one of the homeless, Dave Williams, to live with him, and goes on to ask the city to build housing for the poor. He realizes that it is the powerful Mrs. Norma Stewart that has the last say in the matter since it is her property they would build on.
Dr. Christian Meets the Women, 1h8
Directed by William C. McGann
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Actors Jean Hersholt, Dorothy Lovett, Edgar Kennedy, Rod La Rocque, Frank Albertson, Lynn Merrick
Roles Judy Price
Rating62% 3.102883.102883.102883.102883.10288
Professor Kenneth Parker, a God-fearing physical culturist, arrives to work in the serene little town of River’s End. He claims to be a specialist and top authority on health matters. The town physician, Dr. Paul Christian, reacts to Parker’s promises to the women in town of dramatic weight loss, if they followed his advice. The head of the town women’s club, Mrs. Browning, is charmed by the questionable professor. Parker and invites him to her home and to have a lecture when the club is meeting. He is welcome to use the club as his forum for his teachings.
The Green Hornet Strikes Again!
Directed by John Rawlins, Ford Beebe
Origin USA
Themes Superhero films
Actors Warren Hull, Keye Luke, Pierre Watkin, Anne Nagel, Wade Boteler, Eddie Acuff
Roles Frances Grayson / Stella Merja
Rating71% 3.580913.580913.580913.580913.58091
Wealthy publisher Britt Reid and his trusted Asian servant disguise themselves as the vigilantes; The Green Hornet, and his faithful servant, Kato as they battle the growing power of a ruthless Crime Lord Boss Crogan and his varied rackets across the city. All of which have strong links to foreign powers...
The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle, 1h33
Directed by H. C. Potter
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Biography, Historical, Musical, Romance
Themes Dance films, Films about music and musicians, Transport films, Aviation films, Musical films, Political films
Actors Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Edna May Oliver, Walter Brennan, Lew Fields, Victor Varconi
Roles Bit Part
Rating69% 3.497343.497343.497343.497343.49734
The film tells of novice American dancer Irene Foote (Ginger Rogers) who convinces New York-based British vaudeville comic Vernon Castle (Fred Astaire) to give up slapstick comedy in favor of sophisticated ballroom dancing.
Fixer Dugan, 1h8
Directed by Lew Landers, James Anderson
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Circus films, Films about children, Films based on plays
Actors Lee Tracy, Virginia Weidler, Peggy Shannon, Bradley Page, Edward Gargan, William Edmunds
Roles Circus Member
Rating59% 2.9704052.9704052.9704052.9704052.970405
Charlie Dugan is the "fixer" who keeps Barvin's Greater Shows, a struggling traveling circus, going. He is glad to welcome back lion tamer Aggie Moreno, as her act is a popular one. However, she and top-billed high wire artist Pat O'Connell loathe each other, and that's a feud that Aggie extends to include Pat's 10-year-old daughter Terry. However, when Pat falls to her death during a performance, Dugan persuades Aggie to take charge of the orphan girl. After a while, Aggie finds she likes Terry.
The Flying Irishman, 1h31
Directed by Leigh Jason
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography
Themes Transport films, Aviation films
Actors Paul Kelly, Robert Armstrong, Gene Reynolds, Donald MacBride, Eddie Quillan, Minor Watson
Roles Telephone Operator
Rating50% 2.5100552.5100552.5100552.5100552.510055
In 1938, an unlikely event unfolds as pilot Douglas Corrigan returns to the United States after his transatlantic flight, made "the wrong way" across the Atlantic. The passion to fly was there from an early age as young Douglas faced some hardships as his parents separated, leaving his mother (Dorothy Peterson) to rear two sons and a daughter.