Dorothy Morris

Dorothy Morris


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Seven Sweethearts (1942) -- (Movie Clip) House Of Seven Tulips Joining the opening scene, from producer Joe Pasternak, Van Heflin is feature reporter Henry arrived in a Dutch-themed Michigan town, where S.Z. Sakall runs the hotel and has seven daughters, Victor, George and Peter (Cecilia Parker, Frances Rafferty, Dorothy Morris) introduced here, in Seven Sweethearts, 1942.
Human Comedy, The (1943) -- (Movie Clip) All The World Will Be Jealous Contemporary San Joaquin Valley, Ca., we meet neighbor Mary (Dorothy Morris) and teen sister Bess (Donna Reed), with her mom Katie (Fay Bainter) playing harp and explaining to youngest Ulysses (Jack Jenkins) about his late father, in the MGM William Saroyan tear-jerker The Human Comedy, 1943.
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944) -- (Movie Clip) A Little Bit Of Ted Quick survey of affairs as Doolittle (Spencer Tracy) speaks to fight crews, Ted (Van Johnson) and other pilots confer, and wives (Phyllis Thaxter, Jacqueline White, Dorothy Morris) chat on the beach, in Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, 1944.
Cry Havoc (1944) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Take It Up With General MacArthur Smitty (Margaret Sullavan) brings in the Corregidor evacuees who are the new volunteer medical staff on Bataan, Ann Sothern as Pat, Ella Raines, Gloria Grafton, Diana Lewis, Fely Franquelli, Dorothy Morris, Heather Angel, Frances Gifford and Joan Blondell as Grace, in Cry Havoc, 1944.
Macabre (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Her Own World Of Darkness Doctor Rod (William Prince) and nurse Polly (Jacqueline Scott) search for his daughter, thought buried alive, when they’re caught, then meet the father (Philip Tonge) of his late wife, who recalls his other daughter (Dorothy Morris), who was to be buried that night, Jim Backus the cop, in Macabre, 1958.