Dorothy Tree

Dorothy Tree


Also Known As
Dorothy Uris, Dorothy Estelle Triebetz
Birth Place
Brooklyn, New York, USA
May 21, 1906
February 13, 1992
Cause of Death
Heart Failure

Family & Companions

Michael Uris
Screenwriter, publicist.


"A Woman's Voice"
Dorothy Tree




Cast (Feature Film)

The Family Secret (1951)
Marie Elsner
The Men (1950)
Ellen's mother
No Sad Songs for Me (1950)
Frieda Miles
The Asphalt Jungle (1950)
May Emmerich
A Life of Her Own (1950)
Caraway secretary
Casanova Brown (1944)
Nurse Clark
Edge of Darkness (1943)
Solveig Brategaard
Hitler--Dead or Alive (1943)
Crime Doctor (1943)
Pearl Adams
Nazi Agent (1942)
Miss Harper
The Man Who Lost Himself (1941)
Mrs. Van Avery
Singapore Woman (1941)
Mrs. Bennett
Highway West (1941)
Little Orvie (1940)
Clara Stone
Sky Murder (1940)
Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940)
Elizabeth Edwards
Knute Rockne--All American (1940)
Martha Rockne
Zaza (1939)
Mme. Dufresne
Cafe Society (1939)
Lady photographer
The Mystery of Mr. Wong (1939)
Valerie Edwards
City in Darkness (1939)
Charlotte Ronnell
Television Spy (1939)
Reni Vonich
Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939)
Hilda Keinhauer
The Mysterious Miss X (1939)
Alma Platt
Having Wonderful Time (1938)
Trade Winds (1938)
Storm over Bengal (1938)
Mrs. Massarene
The Great Garrick (1937)
Mme. Moreau
Bridge of Sighs (1936)
Marion Courtney
Navy Born (1936)
Daphne Roth
Three Godfathers (1936)
Blackie [Winters]
The Woman in Red (1935)
A Night at the Ritz (1935)
Kiki [Lorraine]
Four Hours to Kill! (1935)
Mae Danish
While the Patient Slept (1935)
Mittie [Brown]
The Man with Two Faces (1934)
Patsy Dowling
Side Streets (1934)
Here Comes the Navy (1934)
Gladys [Hawkins]
The Firebird (1934)
Friends of Mr. Sweeney (1934)
The Case of the Howling Dog (1934)
Lucy Benton
The Dragon Murder Case (1934)
Madame Du Barry (1934)
The King's daughter
East of Fifth Avenue (1933)
Kitty Green
Life Begins (1932)
Husband's Holiday (1931)
Cecily Reid

Costume-Wardrobe (Feature Film)

Just Imagine (1930)
Costume Design

Life Events


Movie Clip

Here Comes The Navy (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Looks Too Much Like A Casket James Cagney, introduced as grimy Navy yard worker Chesty, becomes a dance-hall dandy in the next scene, personally financing the trophy he intends to win with spikey girlfriend Gladys (Dorothy Tree), Lloyd Bacon directing from a crafty original screenplay by Warner Bros. stalwarts Earl Baldwin and Ben Markson, in Here Comes The Navy, 1934.
Asphalt Jungle, The (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Left-Handed Form Rich lawyer Emmerich (Louis Calhern) is questioned by two cops (Don Haggerty, James Seay) about a murder in which we know he was directly involved, then calls his mistress to arrange an alibi, and rejoins his invalid wife (Dorothy Tree) for a famous line, in The Asphalt Jungle, 1950.
Case Of The Howling Dog, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Funny Thing About That Girl Perry Mason (Warren William, playing Erle Stanley Gardner’s hot-shot lawyer in the first entry in the Warner Bros. series) arrives with Foley (Russell Hicks), the rival of his neurotic client, and the sheriff (Arthur Aylesworth) and meets his housekeeper (Dorothy Tree) who has an improbable bulletin, early in The Case Of The Howling Dog, 1934.
Abe Lincoln In Illinois (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Self Made Man At a party hosted by the Edwards (Harvey Stephens, Dorothy Tree), we meet Mary Todd (Ruth Gordon), pursued by Douglas (Gene Lockhart), until Abe (Raymond Massey), with Joshua Speed (Minor Watson), arrives, in Abe Lincoln In Illinois, 1940.
Confessions Of A Nazi Spy (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Protecting Eye On board a pre-war Nazi cruise ship headed for America, Schlager (George Sanders) briefs his staff, then acts aloof when his beautician girlfriend (Dorothy Tree) turns in a suspect, in Confessions Of A Nazi Spy, 1939.


Mimi Shapiro
Josephy Uris


Michael Uris
Screenwriter, publicist.


"A Woman's Voice"
Dorothy Tree