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Biography

Cisco, Texas, USA
One of MGM's more vivacious secondary stars during the 40s, petite and lovely Jean Porter was born in Texas in 1925 but left the state while young to pursue her dream as an actress. Following some vaudeville experience, she made her uncredited film debut in 1939 (age 14) and slowly graduated to sweet-natured ingénues in light, wholesome "B" fare. Most were sentimental trifles, such as Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble (1944)and Easy to Wed (1946), or western action with such obvious titles as Heart of the Rio Grande (1942) and Home in Wyomin' (1942). Read more...

Actor

Character: Pauline - Schoolgirl

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 1938

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Character: Girl Going to Audition

Kiss the Boys Goodbye 1941

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Character: Patricia Drew

The Youngest Profession 1943

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Character: Major Barabara

Calaboose 1943

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Character: Jean Allenwood

Bathing Beauty 1944

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Character: Katy Anderson

Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble 1944

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Character: Betty Lou Kenyon

San Fernando Valley 1944

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Character: Ga-Ga Bride

Thrill of a Romance 1945

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Character: Helen Ingersoll

Till the End of Time 1946

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Character: Sharon Bailey

That Hagen Girl 1947

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Character: Lucille Mitchell

Racing Blood 1954

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Character: Mary Yin

The Left Hand of God 1955

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Character: Joan

Climax! 1954

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Character: New Skater

Roller Derby Girl 1949

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Character: Jeanne Quidoc

What Next, Corporal Hargrove? 1945

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