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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Throw a Saddle on a Star (1946) Mother
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 Beneath Western Skies (1944) Mrs. Davis
3.
 San Fernando Valley (1944) Cowgirl
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 Firebrands of Arizona (1944) Girl reporter
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 The Lady and the Monster (1944) Receptionist
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 Rosie, the Riveter (1944) Plant messenger
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 End of the Road (1944) Florist
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 Sing Neighbor Sing (1944) Maxine
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 Man from Frisco (1944)
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 Mystery Broadcast (1943) Operator
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Born: Jan 01, 1915 in San Francisco, California
Died: May 07, 1973 in North Hollywood, California
Career Highlights: The Mystery Man, Babbitt, Round-Up Time in Texas
First Major Screen Credit: Babbitt (1934)

A dancer and radio actress, auburn-haired Maxine Doyle had also appeared in vaudeville with comedian Charlie Murray prior to entering films in 1934. In 1935, she became one of Paramount's highly advertised "Scintillating Sextuplets" (along with, among others, Olivia de Havilland and June Travis) but her roles remained minor until chosen as the female lead opposite Ralph Byrd in S.O.S. Coast Guard (1937), a 12-chapter serial from Republic Pictures co-directed by action-adventure wunderkind William Witney, whom she later married. Doyle spent most of her remaining career in Westerns chiefly for Republic, with whom she was under contract from 1943 to 1944, a gesture, it was said, to her husband who was serving in the military.

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