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Dorothy Morris

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Biography

Los Angeles, California, USA
This young, pleasant actress was under contract to MGM during the war years. Dorothy Morris was groomed by the studio starting in 1941 and for the first couple of years barely earned a screen credit. She rose gradually in the ranks to secondary ingenue roles as the daughter or friend of the star. She was pretty, delicate-looking and fairly demure along the lines of a Barbara Bates or Cathy O'Donnell, and was probably best featured in such films as Someone to Remember (1943), The Human Comedy (1943), Rationing (1944) and None Shall Escape (1944). Read more...

Actor

Character: Second Autograph Seeker

When Ladies Meet 1941

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Character: Peter Van Maaster

Seven Sweethearts 1942

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Character: Mary Arena

The Human Comedy 1943

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Character: Hannah Pritchard

Pilot #5 1943

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Character: Gracie, an Usherette

I Dood It 1943

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Character: Secretary

The Youngest Profession 1943

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Character: Ingeborg Jensen

Our Vines Have Tender Grapes 1945

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Character: Mrs. Filter

Seconds 1966

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Character: Donna Connors

This Is the Life 1952

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Character: Mildred Norbert

The Untouchables 1959

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Character: Janina Paeierkowski

None Shall Escape 1944

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Character: Shirley Watson

The Donna Reed Show 1958

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