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Lorraine Miller

Lorraine Miller



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Cast (feature film)

It's a Small World (1950) as Buttons
A little person becomes the dupe of a criminal gang.
The Big Sleep (1946) as Hat check girl
Private eye Philip Marlowe investigates a society girl's involvement in the murder of a pornographer.
Ambush Trail (1946) as Alice Rhodes
Bolton, trying to get the ranchers to leave, has his outlaw gang ambush all incoming supply wagons. Curly Thompson, out to stop them, gets framed for murder and put in jail.
Ziegfeld Follies (1946) as Dancer
Legendary showman Flo Ziegfeld imagines the kind of Follies he could produce with MGM's musical stars.
The Lonesome Trail (1945) as Elsie Melford
Men in Her Diary (1945) as Pat Mann
Singer/Dancer Peggy Ryan neither sings nor dances in this comedy in which she plays a secretary, whose life has no romance because she devotes all of her time to her attractive older sister. But she does keep a diary that contains some fact and many fictional entries. One such is read by the wife (Louise Allbritton) of her boss (Jon Hall) who promptly sues for a divorce. Virginia Grey stars in a musical produced by Hall and sings (possibly dubbed) "Makin' a Million" and "Keep Your Chin Up." No spoiler to add that Ryan gets a boyfriend and Hall and Allbritton are reunited before this one runs it course.
The White Gorilla (1945) as Ruth Stacey
A white gorilla is snubbed by black gorillas because he is the wrong color. Cut off from his tribe he becomes lonely and angry. After troubling hunters and natives, the white gorilla fights the king of the black gorillas while we are told by a narrator that the fate of Africa hangs in the balance. The movie was made by editing some 1947 acting into footage from a 1927 silent serial, Perils of the Jungle, starring Frank Merrill the fifth screen Tarzan.
Border Badmen (1945) as Helen [Stockton]
Fuzzy thinks he is the heir to a millionaire's fortune. When he and his friend Billy go to claim it, they encounter a swindler who wants the estate for himself.
Frontier Fugitives (1945) as Ellen Williams
Ellen Williams father has a valuable collection of furs and an outlaw gang is after them. Before he is killed, Williams hides a note revealing their location. The Texas Rangers are on the job and to get more information, they have Panhandle pose as an Indian chief.
Three in the Saddle (1945) as Peggy Barlow
Rankin and Manning and their outlaw gang are after Barlow's Tin Cup Ranch. Rangers Wyatt and Perkins arrive to help legally but Haines wants to take the law into his own hands.
Music for Millions (1945) as Girl
A pregnant musician awaits her husband's return from World War II.
The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) as
A man remains young and handsome while his portrait shows the ravages of age and sin.
Between Two Women (1945) as Marian
Dr. Gillespie''''s young assistant finds himself pursued by two beautiful women.
Up in Arms (1944) as Nurse
A hypochondriac''''s imagined illnesses aren''''t enough to keep him out of the military.
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944) as Girl in Officer's Club
General Jimmy Doolittle trains American troops for the first airborne attacks on Japan.
Beyond the Last Frontier (1943) as Susan Cook
The Rangers are after Hadley and his men and have planted Johnny Revere into his gang to warn them of his raids. But Hadley realizes he has a spy in his group and gets Trigger Dolan to join the Rangers. It's not long before Trigger spots Johnny as the spy. Johnny is captured and a fatal accident is planned to finish him off.
Riders of the Rio Grande (1943) as Janet Owens
Hi Diddle Diddle (1943) as A friend
When the bride's mother is supposedly swindled out of her money by a spurned suitor, the groom's father orchestrates a scheme of his own to set things right. He is aided by a cabaret singer, while placating a jealous wife.
Riding High (1943) as Blanche
Star Spangled Rhythm (1943) as Bob Hope skit, "On the Swing Shift" number
Pop, a security guard at Paramount has told his son that he's the head of the studio. When his son arrives in Hollywood on shore leave with his buddies, Pop enlists the aid of the studio's dizzy switchboard operator in pulling off the charade. Things get more complicated when Pop agrees to put together a show for the Navy starring Paramount's top contract players.
The Crystal Ball (1943) as Garter girl, bazaar sequence
A female fortuneteller uses her "powers" to land a man.
Happy Go Lucky (1943) as Showgirl
To land a rich husband, golddigger Marjory Stuart goes to Trinidad posing as a debutante. Beach boy Pete promptly unmasks her, but offers to help her catch his enemy, yachtsman Alfred Monroe. Marjory's pal Bubbles turns out to be the old flame of Pete's pal Wally. All the well-planned efforts to land Monroe end in slapstick; then Wally's voodoo priestess landlady gives him a love potion that works...
Ball of Fire (1942) as Girl in café
A group of professors takes in a nightclub singer hiding from the law to protect her gangster boyfriend.
She's in the Army (1942) as Singer
All Women Have Secrets (1939) as Marie
When they decide they might as well be penniless husbands and wives as penniless campus sweethearts, three couples at a Midwestern university, against the advice of their friends, get married. Joe (John Arledge) and Susie Tucker (Betty Moran) prove that two can live as cheap as one by setting up housekeeping in a trailer, and working at whatever odd jobs turn up. Slats (Peter Lind Hayes as Peter Hayes) and Jennifer Warwick (Virginia Dale) marry because they can fight better under the same roof then when separated, and use Jennifer's allowance from home to pay for their groceries. John Gregory (Joseph Allen Jr.), a brilliant pre-med student, and his bride, Kay (Jean Cagney), are in the most serious situation. Kay's allowance is suddenly cut off by her unsympathetic step-mother, while the scholarship on which John is depending is threatened by his inability to do two jobs at once - study all day and work at night to support them. Kay, determined to prevent John from giving up college, takes a series of back-breaking jobs in order to give him time to study. She gets a job singing in a night club, but has to quit when the stork announces an imminent arrival. Her secret, being pregnant, helps her to make up her mind to go back home and leave John free to accept the offer of a professor who wants the promising student to work with him abroad.

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