oi.

Extra Girl

 
 

Words and Music
1929, Fox Film Corp. Directed by James Tinling.

I loved it because I got $7 a day! - as opposed to when I worked at the Tribune for $18 a week.
— Frances Dee McCrea, Somerville, Dec. 2003.
 

True to the Navy
1930, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by Frank Tuttle.

A Man from Wyoming
1930, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by Rowland V. Lee.

Monte Carlo
1930, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by Ernst Lubitsch.

Follow Thru
1930, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by Laurence Schwab & Lloyd Corrigan.

 
 
 

o2.

The Discovery

 
 

Playboy of Paris
1930, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by Ludwig Berger.

Along Came Youth
1930, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by Lloyd Corrigan & Norman McLeod.

June Moon
1931, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by A. Edward Sutherland.

 
 
 

o3.

Under Contract

 

Caught
1931, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by Edward Sloman.

An American Tragedy
1931, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by Josef von Sternberg.

 

Rich Man's Folly
1931, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by John Cromwell.

Nice Women
1931, Universal Pictures Corp. Directed by Edwin H. Knopf.

Working Girls
1931, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by Dorothy Arzner.

This Reckless Age
1932, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by Frank Tuttle.

 

Love is a Racket
1932, First National Pictures, Inc. Directed by William A. Wellman.

The Strange Case of Clara Deane
1932, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by Louis Gasnier & Max Marcin.

The Night of June 13
1932, Paramount Publix Corp. Directed by Stephen Roberts.

If I Had a Million
1932, Paramount Publix Corp. Segment directed by James Cruze.

King of the Jungle
1933, Paramount Productions, Inc. Directed by H. Bruce Humberstone.

The Silver Cord
1933, RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Directed by John Cromwell.

There were no guild rules then - Screen Actors Guild hadn’t been formed. So they could loan you out to another studio and work you 18 hours a day - and they did! ... I’d get up at four A.M. to get to makeup so we could leave the studio at five to go on location. I was slapping my face to get awake.
— Frances Dee McCrea to Michael G. Fitzgerald, interview, 1999.

The Crime of the Century
1933, Paramount Productions, Inc. Directed by William Beaudine.

Headline Shooter
1933, RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Directed by Otto Brower.

One Man's Journey
1933, RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Directed by John S. Robertson.

Little Women
1933, RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Directed by George Cukor.

Blood Money
1933, 20th Century Pictures, Inc. Directed by Rowland Brown.

Keep 'Em Rolling
1934, RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Directed by George Archainbaud.

Coming Out Party
1934, Fox Film Corp. Directed by John G. Blystone.

Finishing School
1934, RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Directed by Wanda Tuchock & George Nicholls, Jr.

Of Human Bondage
1934, RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Directed by John Cromwell.

Becky Sharp
1935, Pioneer Pictures, Inc. Directed by Rouben Mamoulian.

 
 
 

o4.

Independent

The Gay Deception
1935, Fox Film Corp. Directed by William Wyler.

Half Angel
1936, Twentieth Century–Fox Film Corp. Directed by Sidney Lanfield.

Souls at Sea
1937, Paramount Pictures, Inc. Directed by Henry Hathaway.

Wells Fargo
1937, Paramount Pictures, Inc. Directed by Frank Lloyd.

If I Were King
1938, Paramount Pictures, Inc. Directed by Frank Lloyd.

Coast Guard
1939, Columbia Pictures Corp. Directed by Edward Ludwig.

So Ends Our Night
1941, David L. Loew–Albert Lewin, Inc. Directed by John Cromwell.

A Man Betrayed
1941, Republic Pictures Corp. Directed by John H. Auer.

Meet the Stewarts
1942, Columbia Pictures Corp. Directed by Alfred E. Green.

I Walked with a Zombie
1943, RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Directed by Jacques Tourneur.

Happy Land
1943, Twentieth Century–Fox Film Corp. Directed by Irving Pichel.

Patrick the Great
1945, Universal Pictures Company, Inc. Directed by Frank Ryan.

The Private Affairs of Bel Ami
1947, Loew–Lewin, Inc. Directed by Albert Lewin.

Four Faces West
1948, Harry Sherman Pictures, Inc. Directed by Alfred E. Green.

 
 

o5.

Supporting Actress

 

Payment on Demand
1951, Gwenaud Productions & RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Directed by Curtis Bernhardt.

Reunion in Reno
1951, Universal–International Pictures Co., Inc. Directed by Kurt Neumann.

Because of You
1952, Universal–International Pictures Co., Inc. Directed by Joseph Pevney.

Mister Scoutmaster
1953, Twentieth Century–Fox Film Corp. Directed by Henry Levin.

Gypsy Colt
1954, Metro–Golwyn–Mayer Corp. Directed by Andrew Marton.

 
 
 
 
 

o6.

Other Works

 

Short Subject

Far as the Eye Can See
2006, Movie Ranch Entertainment. Directed by Roy McDonald.

 

one-Reelers

Hollywood on Parade, no. a6
1933. Directed by Louis Lewyn.

 

Hollywood on Parade, no. a6. 1933. Directed by Louis Lewyn.

Screen Snapshots, series 14, no. 9. 1935. Directed by Ralph Staub.

Hedda Hopper's Hollywood, no. 1. 1941. Directed by Herbert Moulton.


Radio

texaco star theatre: The Song of Christmas. December 21, 1938.

lux radio theatre: Broadway Bill. April 24, 1939.

lux radio theatre: If I Were King. October 16, 1939.

the campbell playhouse: Come and Get It. December 31, 1939.

the campbell playhouse: Rabble in Arms. March 3, 1940.

lux radio theatre: Happy Land. April 10, 1944.

 

theatre

Berkeley Square. 1945. Strand Theatre, Stamford, CT.

The Secret Room. November 7 - November 24, 1945. Royal Theatre, New York, NY.

 

Television

fireside theatre: The Green Convertible. December 5, 1950. Directed by Frank Wisbar.

fireside theatre: Child in the House. January 30, 1951. Directed by Frank Wisbar.

four star playhouse: Shadowed. June 18, 1953. Directed by Robert Florey.

lux video theatre: Guilty Knowledge. October 15, 1953. Directed by Richard Goode.

the ford television theatre: The Unbroken Promise. December 30, 1954. Directed by Lewis Seiler.

 

Shows & Specials

Here's Hollywood. June 22, 1962.

This is Your Life: Joel McCrea. December 3, 1972

Night of 100 Stars. March 8, 1982.

All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan. December 8, 1985.

 

Documentaries

Hollywood: The Selznick Years. 1969. Directed by Marshall Flaum.

The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind. 1988. Directed by David Hinton.

Complicated Women. 2003. Directed by Hugo Munro Neely.