Ann Dvorak


Actor
Ann Dvorak

About

Also Known As
Ann Mckim
Birth Place
New York City, New York, USA
Born
August 02, 1912
Died
December 10, 1979

Photos & Videos

A Life of Her Own - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Scarface (1932) - Lobby Cards
Blind Alley - Movie Poster

Family & Companions

Leslie Fenton
Husband
Director. Married 1932-45.

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

I Was an American Spy (1951)
Claire Phillips, also known as Claire Snyder
The Secret of Convict Lake (1951)
Rachel
The Return of Jesse James (1950)
Sue [Ellen] Younger
Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone (1950)
Connie Kepplar
Our Very Own (1950)
Mrs. [Gert] Lynch
A Life of Her Own (1950)
Mary Ashlon
The Walls of Jericho (1948)
Belle Connors
The Private Affairs of Bel Ami (1947)
Madeleine Forestier
Out of the Blue (1947)
Olive Jenson
The Long Night (1947)
Charlene
Abilene Town (1946)
Rita
The Bachelor's Daughters (1946)
Terry Wilson
Masquerade in Mexico (1946)
Helen Grant
Flame of Barbary Coast (1945)
Ann "Flaxen" Tarry
Escape to Danger (1944)
Joan Grahame
This Was Paris (1942)
Anne [Morgan]
Girls of the Road (1940)
Kay Warren
Cafe Hostess (1939)
Jo
Blind Alley (1939)
Mary
Stronger Than Desire (1939)
Eva McLain
Gangs of New York (1938)
Connie Benson
The Case of the Stuttering Bishop (1937)
Della Street
We Who Are About to Die (1937)
Connie Stewart
Racing Lady (1937)
Ruth Martin
She's No Lady (1937)
Jerry
Midnight Court (1937)
Carol O'Neil
Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (1937)
Ann Rogers
Dr. Socrates (1935)
Josephine [Gray]
Sweet Music (1935)
Bonnie Hayden
Bright Lights (1935)
Fay Wilson
Thanks a Million (1935)
Sally Mason
'G' Men (1935)
Jean Morgan
Murder in the Clouds (1934)
Judy [Wagner]
Heat Lightning (1934)
Myra
I Sell Anything (1934)
Barbara
Friends of Mr. Sweeney (1934)
Beulah [Boyd]
Massacre (1934)
Lydia
Midnight Alibi (1934)
Joan [Morley]
Housewife (1934)
Nan [Reynolds]
Side Streets (1934)
Marguerite [Gilbert]
Gentlemen Are Born (1934)
Susan [Merrill]
The Way to Love (1933)
Madeleine
College Coach (1933)
Claire Gore
Crooner (1932)
Judy Mason
Stranger in Town (1932)
Marian
Love Is a Racket (1932)
Sally
Scarface (1932)
Cesca [Camonte]
The Strange Love of Molly Louvain (1932)
Molly Louvain
The Crowd Roars (1932)
Lee Merrick
Three on a Match (1932)
Vivian Revere
Sky Devils (1932)
Mary [Way]
The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (1929)

Cast (Short)

Breakdowns of 1936 (1936)
Herself
A Trip Thru a Hollywood Studio (1935)
Herself

Life Events

Photo Collections

A Life of Her Own - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Here are a few photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of MGM's A Life of Her Own (1950), starring Lana Turner and Ray Milland and directed by George Cukor.
Scarface (1932) - Lobby Cards
Here are a few Lobby Cards from Howard Hughes' Scarface (1932), starring Paul Muni and Ann Dvorak. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.
Blind Alley - Movie Poster
Here is the American one-sheet movie poster for Blind Alley (1939), starring Ralph Bellamy, Chester Morris, and Ann Dvorak. One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.
Three on a Match - Scene Stills
Here are some scene stills from Warner Bros' Three on a Match (1932), starring Joan Blondell, Bette Davis, and Ann Dvorak.
The Long Night - Lobby Card
Here is a Lobby Card from RKO's The Long Night (1947), starring Henry Fonda and Barbara Bel Geddes. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.
This Was Paris - Movie Poster
Here is the American one-sheet movie poster for the Teddington Studios production This Was Paris (1942), starring Ben Lyon and Ann Dvorak. One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.
This Was Paris - Lobby Card
Here is a lobby card for the Teddington Studios production This Was Paris (1942), starring Ben Lyon and Ann Dvorak. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.

Videos

Movie Clip

Crowd Roars, The (1932) - Roaring For Blood Warner Bros. pace opening the James Cagney car-racing drama, the star with his sidekick Spud (Frank McHugh) on a train, headed to his hometown after winning the Indianapolis 500, pausing for girlfriend Lee (Ann Dvorak) to tell us the moral score, in Howard Hawks’ The Crowd Roars, 1932.
Three On A Match (1932) - I'm No Puritan Bette Davis (as "Ruth") leaps out front in the un-dressing contest, agreeing with friend Mary (Joan Blondell) that their married-mom third pal Vivian (Ann Dvorak), partying with boyfriend Mike (Lyle Talbot), needs reigning in, in Three On A Match, 1932.
Three On A Match (1932) - Being On The Square Mary (Joan Blondell), worried friend of straying mom Vivian (Ann Dvorak) and her snatched son (Frankie Darro), turns her in to her big lawyer husband Robert (Warren William), in director Mervyn LeRoy's Three On A Match, 1932.
Scarface (1932) - You Just Spend It Rising gangster Tony (Paul Muni) at home with mother (Inez Palange) then expressing perhaps unhealthy interest in his sister Cesca (Ann Dvorak), pal Rinaldo (George Raft) observing, in Howard Hawks' Scarface, 1932.
Case Of The Stuttering Bishop, The (1937) - Bishops Don't Often Need Lawyers First shot for Donald Woods as Perry Mason in his only outing as the lead character in the last feature in the Warner Bros. series, briefly Ann Dvorak as assistant Della, then Edward McWade as, it seems, a bishop, his first spoken lines, in The Case Of The Stuttering Bishop, 1937, from an Erle Stanley Gardner novel.
Case Of The Stuttering Bishop, The (1937) - Conscience Or Curiosity Clever doings for the principals, Donald Woods the hero, Ann Dvorak his gal Della, Joseph Crehan the P-I Paul Drake, pursuing a mystery gal who may have clobbered the missing title character, in the final Warner Bros. Perry Mason mystery, The Case Of The Stuttering Bishop, 1937.
Private Affairs Of Bel Ami, The (1947) - Fate Perhaps Had A Hand Efficient piece by director Albert Lewin, Duroy (George Sanders), in a suit paid for by his host, meets Clotilde (Angela Lansbury), his host’s wife (Ann Dvorak) and guests (David Bond, Frances Dee, Warren William, Hugo Haas, Katherine Emery, Susan Douglas and Albert Basserman), early in The Private Affairs Of Bel Ami, 1947.
Private Affairs Of Bel Ami, The (1947) - Clever Enough To Be Beautiful His motives questionable, newly-employed as a novice journalist, Parisian Duroy (George Sanders) has become interested in young widow Clotilde (Angela Lansbury), with an original song by Jack Lawrence and Irving Drutman, and sly conversation in a carriage, in writer-director Albert Lewin’s The Private Affairs Of Bel Ami, 1947.
Life Of Her Own, A (1950) - I've Been There! After a night out, veteran model Mary (Ann Dvorak), who's attempting a comeback, runs through some emotions for Lily (Lana Turner), the new girl from Kansas, in George Cukor's A Life Of Her Own, 1950.
Life Of Her Own, A (1950) - We Can Help You On her first day at the new agency, prospective model Lily (Lana Turner) gets advice from agent Tom (Tom Ewell), meets Maggie (Jean Hagen) and nervous Mary (Ann Dvorak), in George Cukor's A Life Of Her Own, 1950.
Three On A Match (1932) - Life's Been Too Easy First scene with two of the grown up girls at the salon, Mary (Joan Blondell) and Vivian (Ann Dvorak) joining Ruth (Bette Davis) for lunch, updating each other on events since schooldays, in Warner Bros.' Three On A Match, 1932.
Three On A Match (1932) - Everything Depresses Me Just home from a night on the town, Vivian (Ann Dvorak) hides from her just-introduced lawyer husband Robert (Warren William), leading to a candid but congenial discussion, in Three On A Match, 1932.

Trailer

Promo

Companions

Leslie Fenton
Husband
Director. Married 1932-45.

Bibliography