Jane Randolph

Jane Randolph


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Cat People (1942) -- (Movie Clip) That's What Makes Me Dangerous Increasingly troubled newlywed immigrant Irina (Simone Simon) is unaware that friend Alice (Jane Randolph) has nothing but benevolent intentions toward her worried husband Oliver (Kent Smith), thus a famous sequence from director Jacques Tourneur, in the original Cat People, 1942.
Falcon's Brother, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) The Women Are Very Tall George Sanders as Gay Lawrence, star of RKO’s Falcon features, is recovering from being hit by a car, helped by his (real-life) brother Tom (Conway, who took over the series after this entry) and servant Jerry (Keye Luke),who together brush back cop Donovan (Cliff Clark), dismiss a nurse (Mary Halsey) and dodge a reporter (Jane Randolph), in The Falcon’s Brother, 1942.
Bud Abbott And Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) -- (Movie Clip) You Won't Feel A Thing Abbott And Costello are at Universal so there’s no worry about licensing monsters, though only two are originals, here in mayhem toward the end, Dracula (Bela Lugosi) plans to give Lou’s brain to the monster (Glenn Strange, not Karloff) and Larry Talbot (Lon Chaney Jr.) is on their side until the moon comes out, in Bud Abbott And Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein, 1948.
T-Men (1947) -- (Movie Clip) A Guy Could Kick Off While counterfeit gang under-boss Diana (Jane Randolph) deals with undercover Treasury agent O'Brien (Dennis O'Keefe), posing as a supplier, goon Moxie (Charles McGraw) offs compromised conspirator "Schemer" (Wallace Ford) in a steam room, a famous scene from Anthony Mann's T-Men, 1947.
Cat People (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Torn To Ribbons Jealous Irina (Simone Simon), still wrongly believing that old friend Alice (Jane Randolph) may be carrying on with her husband, decides to give her a fright at the pool, in the celebrated scene from producer Val Lewton and director Jacques Tourneur, in the original Cat People, 1942.
Curse Of The Cat People, The (1944) -- (Movie Clip) I Wish For A Friend Amy (Ann Carter), the misfit daughter of Oliver (Kent Smith, who struggles with the memory of his late wife Irina, from The Cat People, 1942) relates a perfectly true story to him, leading to a spat with her mother (Jane Randolph) and a spooky interlude, in The Curse Of The Cat People, 1944.
Cat People (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Their Own Corrupt Passions Irina (Simone Simon), haunted by her Serbian heritage, has agreed to see shrink Louis (Tom Conway), who offers analysis before she returns to husband Oliver (Kent Smith), visiting with friend Alice (Jane Randolph), in Cat People, 1942, from producer Val Lewton and director Jacques Tourneur.


Jaime del Amo
Spanish; married in the late 1940s.