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Ann Dvorak

Ann Dvorak

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  • too short of a promising career!

    • laura
    • 2009-12-06

    Recently I was watching the movie, "A Life Of Her Own" with Ray Mallan, Lana Turner and Ann Dvorak. I really liked the character Miss Dvorak played and how she dived into the part. Next, 'Three On A Match" was when I was really introduced to a meatier role that Miss Dvorak had played. I would like to see more of her work, and learn more about her life. Thanks for listening.

  • Ann Dvorak as claire phillips was terific

    • marlene kane
    • 2009-04-29

    I first saw "I was an American Spy" in the 1950's when they used to show a lot of old movies on TV. It was a war story, a love story and a great song, "Because of you". The story was based on a real live person, Claire Phillips, and her portrayal was so real and heroic I never forgot it and to this day whenever I hear "because of you" I think of the movie and wish it was converted to a CD or shown on TCM.

  • very good actress

    • rocco
    • 2008-12-19

    Loved her in G-MEN with James Cagney and as Paul Muni sister in Scareface.

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    • WILLIAM SANNUTO
    • 2008-09-22

    SHE HAD SOMETHING SPECIAL ABOUT HER. CAUSE OF DEATH NOT GIVEN SHE SHOULD HAVE CONTINUED HER CAREER. GREAT IN THE FLAME OF THE BARBARY COAST AND ABILINE. LOVE HER.

  • Strong performer

    • Tim
    • 2008-03-06

    Especially good in earl 30s roles. Excotic offbeat look and a penchant for playing bad girls or complex parts.

  • Classy, glamourous but forgotten actress..

    • Debbie
    • 2006-08-17

    Happened to watch the "Housewife" (1934) on tv and was surprised to find this actress a classy and glamourous Hollywood treasure (even better than my favourite Joan Crawford)...However, her talent was underrated and ignored by movie industry which led to her early retirement in the 50s. She was so ignored even TCM doesn't have a full bio for the actress...sad, really sad.

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