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Jacqueline de Wit

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Cast (feature film)

Harper (1966) as Mrs. Kronberg
A broken-down private eye sets out to find a rich woman''s missing husband.
Twice Told Tales (1963) as Hannah
A poisonous young beauty, the secrets of eternal life and a haunted house chill this collection of Nathaniel Hawthorne stories.
All That Heaven Allows (1956) as Mona Plash
A lonely widow defies small-town gossip when she falls for a younger man.
Tea and Sympathy (1956) as Lilly Sears
A faculty wife risks her marriage to help a troubled teen tormented by his fellow students.
The Toy Tiger (1956) as Edna
Advertising executive Gwen Taylor sends her art director Rick Todd on a mission to bring an artist back to the commercial fold. Meanwhile, Gwen's fatherless son Timmie, at a remote boys' school, is riding for a fall by manufacturing evidence of his "explorer father." By an amazing coincidence, Rick steps off the bus at just the right moment for Timmie to recruit him as "father" without his knowledge. With no intention of collaborating, the befuddled Rick is carried along by the sweep of events. Who can predict the outcome?
Lay That Rifle Down (1955) as Aunt Sarah Greeb
The Shrike (1955) as Katharine Meade
A successful theatrical director is driven to failure by the machinations of his vengeful wife. Eventually, he lands in a mental hospital where both his wife and his new love, a young actress named Charlotte, are waiting to see him.
Playgirl (1954) as Greta Marsh
Nightclub singer Fran Davis (Shelley Winters) is out to educate her out-of-town friend Phyllis Matthews (Coleen Miller)on the ins-and-outs of life in the Big City. But, par for the course in this Joseph Pevney potboiler, publisher Mike Marsh (Barry Sullivan), Fran's lover and unhappy married man to begin with, falls in love with Phyllis. There is a misunderstanding of the situation by the two girls. The girls quarrel, Marsh is shot, Fran hits the skids and she and Phyllis, to say the least, are on the outs. Then Fran learns that Phyllis is about to be used unwittingly as a decoy in a murder. Fran rides to her friend's rescue.
She's Back on Broadway (1953) as Lisa Kramer
A fading Hollywood star returns to the stage to work with the man who discovered her.
Carrie (1952) as Carrie's sister Minnie
A married man''''s passion for a young woman leads to tragedy.
The First Legion (1951) as Nurse
Never a Dull Moment (1950) as Myra Van Elson
A female music critic marries a rancher and has to adjust to life out West.
The Great Jewel Robber (1950) as Mrs. Arthur Vinson
A master thief escapes from a Canadian prison farm and makes his way to New York.
The Damned Don't Cry (1950) as Sandra
Fed up with her small-town marriage, a woman goes after the big time and gets mixed up with the mob.
On the Isle of Samoa (1950) as Papita
After crashing on an uncharted island, a thief struggles to get back to civilization.
The Happy Years (1950) as Mrs. Cameron
Friends and family try to tame an unruly student at the turn of the century.
Chinatown at Midnight (1950) as Lisa Marcel
Hurd Hatfield, Jean Wiles, Tom Powers, Ray Walker, Charles Russell, Jacqueline De Wit, Benson Fong, Ross Elliott. Caught in the act of stealing some antique vases, a thief murders two Chinese men and sets off a manhunt in Chinatown.
It's a Great Feeling (1949) as Trent's secretary
When nobody at Warner Bros. will work with him, movie star Jack Carson decides to turn an unknown into his co-star.
The Snake Pit (1948) as Miss Celia Sommerville
A young woman tries to recover her sanity in a corrupt mental institution.
The Lone Wolf in Mexico (1947) as Liliane Dumont
A croupier is murdered in a Mexico City gambling casino and the Lone Wolf is suspected. Sharon Montgomery, wife of diamond merchant Charles Montgomery, becomes involved in a jewel heist, in which again the Lone Wolf is a suspect.
Something in the Wind (1947) as Saleslady
Wild Beauty (1946) as Sissy
A pretty school teacher (Lois Collier)---make that a very pretty school teacher---, a doctor (Don Porter) who disapproves of the white man's attitude toward Indians, and a young Indian boy (Buzz Henry) do what they can in the modern west to keep Robert Wilcox and his henchies (the usual Universal suspects headed by Dick Curtis) from capturing and killing a wild horse herd so Wilcox can sell the hides. It all looks bigger than it is because director Wallace Fox makes liberal use via stock footage of the massive wild horse herds from Universal's 1936 "Stormy."
She Wrote the Book (1946) as Millicent Van Cleve
A plain-Jane math professor (Joan Davis) at a small midwestern college is talked into journeying to New York on behalf of a colleague who has written a steamy bestseller under an assumed name. While in the big city, the math prof receives a bump on the head which brings on a form of amnesia. She begins to believe she is the author of the sultry book, and has actually lived its story. Now freed from her inhibitions, the lady professor sashays about with abandon. With a PR man (Jack Oakie) in tow, she crashes a party of swells at the home of a wealthy industrialist (Thurston Hall) and pressures him into making a large contribution to her tiny college back home.
Cuban Pete (1946) as Theresa Lindsay
Unable to complete the deal by telephone, advertising executive Roberts (Don Porter) sends his assistant Ann (Joan Fulton)to Cuba to lure a Cuban band, led by Desi Arnaz, on to an American radio program. Attracted to Ann, Arnaz and his band come to New York but complications arise when the squeaky-voiced, addle-brained sponsor (Jacqueline de Wit)of the program decides she wants to be the vocalist on the program. Ethel Smith, the King Sisters and the dance team of Igor & Yvette are on hand to fill out the remaining hour of this 20-minute plot.
Saratoga Trunk (1946) as Guilia Forosini
A woman with a past returns to 19th-century New Orleans for revenge.
Little Giant (1946) as Hazel Temple
Lou Costello plays a country bumpkin vacuum-cleaner salesman, working for the company run by the crooked Bud Abbott. To try to keep him under his thumb, Abbott convinces Costello that he's a crackerjack salesman. This comedy is somewhat like "The Time of Their Lives," in that Abbott and Costello don't have much screen time together and there are very few vaudeville bits woven into the plot.
Saratoga Trunk (1946) as Nurse
A woman with a past returns to 19th-century New Orleans for revenge.
That Night with You (1945) as Blossom Drake
I'll Remember April (1945) as Whisper
Fog Island (1945) as Emiline Bronson
Spellbound (1945) as
A psychiatrist tries to help the man she loves solve a murder buried in his subconscious.
Swing Out Sister (1945) as Pat [Cameron]
Lady on a Train (1945) as Miss Fletcher
A young woman enlists a mystery writer to help her solve a murder when the corpse vanishes.
Men in Her Diary (1945) as Marjorie
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.
Week-End at the Waldorf (1945) as Kate Douglas
In this remake of Grand Hotel, guests at a New York hotel fight to survive personal tragedy.
Moonlight and Cactus (1944) as Elsie
Dragon Seed (1944) as Wife of Wu Lien
Chinese peasants fight to survive the Japanese occupation during World War II.
The Leopard Man (1943) as Helene Brunton
When a leopard escapes during a publicity stunt, it triggers a series of murders.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

The Seventh Victim (1943) as Dial supv
A girl's search for her missing sister puts her in conflict with a band of satanists.

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