Madge Evans


Actor
Madge Evans

About

Birth Place
New York City, New York, USA
Born
July 01, 1909
Died
April 26, 1981

Biography

Auburn-haired child actress (and model for Fairy Soap) who grew up to become a pleasant ingenue in the 1930s....

Family & Companions

Sidney Kingsley
Companion
Playwright.

Biography

Auburn-haired child actress (and model for Fairy Soap) who grew up to become a pleasant ingenue in the 1930s.

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Army Girl (1938)
Julie Armstrong [also known as Lucy May Paxton]
Sinners in Paradise (1938)
Anne Wesson
Espionage (1937)
Patricia [Booth, also known as Sarah Hartrix]
The Thirteenth Chair (1937)
Nell O'Neill
Exclusive Story (1936)
Ann Devlin
Moonlight Murder (1936)
Toni Adams
Pennies From Heaven (1936)
Susan Sprague
Piccadilly Jim (1936)
Ann Chester
Men Without Names (1935)
Helen Sherwood
Age of Indiscretion (1935)
Maxine Bennett
Calm Yourself (1935)
Rosalind
Transatlantic Tunnel (1935)
Ruth McAllen
David Copperfield (1935)
Agnes [Wickfield]
Dinner at Eight (1934)
Paula Jordan
Grand Canary (1934)
Lady Mary Fielding
Fugitive Lovers (1934)
Letty [Morris]
Death on the Diamond (1934)
Frances [Clark]
The Show-Off (1934)
Amy [Fisher Piper]
Helldorado (1934)
Glenda Wynant
Stand Up and Cheer! (1934)
Mary Adams
Paris Interlude (1934)
Julie [Bell]
What Every Woman Knows (1934)
[Lady] Sybil [Tenterden]
Broadway to Hollywood (1933)
Anne Ainsley
The Mayor of Hell (1933)
Dorothy [Griffith]
The Nuisance (1933)
Dorothy [Mason]
Hallelujah I'm a Bum (1933)
June Marcher
Day of Reckoning (1933)
Dorothy Day
Beauty for Sale (1933)
Letty [Lawson]
Made on Broadway (1933)
Claire [Bidwell]
Hell Below (1933)
Joan [Standish]
Lovers Courageous (1932)
Mary [Blayne]
Fast Life (1932)
Shirley [Jameson]
Are You Listening? (1932)
Laura [O'Neil]
Huddle (1932)
Rosalie [Stone]
The Greeks Had a Word for Them (1932)
Polaire Gwynn
Heartbreak (1931)
Countess Vilma Walden
Sporting Blood (1931)
Ruby
Guilty Hands (1931)
Barbara Grant
West of Broadway (1931)
Anne
Son of India (1931)
Janice [Darsay]
Classmates (1924)
Sylvia, her niece
On the Banks of the Wabash (1923)
Lisbeth
Three Green Eyes (1919)
Home Wanted (1919)
Madge Dow
The Love Defender (1919)
Dolly Meredith
The Golden Wall (1918)
Madge Lathrop
Stolen Orders (1918)
Ruth Le Page, as a child
Heredity (1918)
Nedda Trevor, as a child
Gates of Gladness (1918)
Beth Leeds
Neighbors (1918)
Clarissa Leigh
The Love Net (1918)
Patty Barnes
Wanted, a Mother (1918)
Eileen Homer
The Power and the Glory (1918)
Deanie Consadine
Vengeance (1918)
Nan as a girl
Maternity (1917)
Constance
The Burglar (1917)
Editha
The Web of Desire (1917)
Marjorie
The Volunteer (1917)
Herself
The Little Duchess (1917)
Geraldine Carmichael
The Adventures of Carol (1917)
Carol Montgomery
The Corner Grocer (1917)
Mary Brian, age 8
The Beloved Adventuress (1917)
Francine, 7 years old
Broken Chains (1916)
Georgia Gwynne, as a girl
The Hidden Scar (1916)
Dot
The Devil's Toy (1916)
Betty
Husband and Wife (1916)
Bessie
The Revolt (1916)
Nannie Stevens
Sudden Riches (1916)
Little Emily
Seventeen (1916)
Jane Baxter
The Master Hand (1915)
Seven Sisters (1915)
Clara
The Little Church Around the Corner (1915)
Shore Acres (1914)
Mildred

Cast (Short)

Envy (1930)

Life Events

1914

Film acting debut

Photo Collections

Dinner at Eight - Coca-Cola Ad
Here is a magazine ad for Coca-Cola utilizing the cast of MGM's Dinner at Eight (1933) and a special color photo taken for the occasion.

Videos

Movie Clip

Mayor Of Hell, The (1933) - You're In Reform School Now We’ve followed Frankie Darro (as Jimmy) and company through committing crimes and being convicted, and now they meet Dudley Digges as the reform school warden, and Madge Evans as Dorothy, the relatively kind nurse, in Warner Bros.’ The Mayor Of Hell,1933, starring James Cagney.
David Copperfield (1935) - A Personal Claim Upon Me Now grown-up David (Frank Lawton) with Uriah Heep (Roland Young), then Micawber (W.C. Fields) then Aunt Betsey (Edna May Oliver), Agnes (Madge Evans) et al seeing him off to London, in George Cukor's David Copperfield, 1935.
Hallelujah I'm A Bum (1933) - I'm A Bum Again More Rodgers and Hart song as Bumper (Al Jolson) is relieved he's no longer rich, not realizing he's about to meet disconsolate June (Madge Evans), in Lewis Milestone's Hallelujah I'm A Bum, 1933.
Dinner At Eight (1933) - Open, Australian Mutton Imposing opening from MGM and producer David Selznick for his first picture for the studio, also introducing the Jordans: Oliver, Millicent and Paula (Lionel Barrymore, Bilie Burke, Madge Evans), in Dinner At Eight, 1933, from the play by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber.
Dinner At Eight (1933) - The Most Heavenly Profile Hostess Millicent (Billie Burke), with sardonic friend Hattie (Louise Closser Hale, with an inside joke), frets over how she'll replace a guest, landing on washed-up actor Renault (John Barrymore), who is by chance consorting with her daughter (Madge Evans), early in MGM's Dinner At Eight, 1933.
Death On The Diamond (1934) - When I Say We Hot-shot rookie pitcher Larry (Robert Young) being introduced by Frances (daughter of the coach), to Dunk (Joe Sawyer), Frank (Robert Livingston), her dad (David Landau) and the premise, in real St. Louis Cardinals gear, in Death On The Diamond, 1934.
Death On The Diamond (1934) - Give It To The Milk Fund Villain Karnes (C. Henry Gordon) aims to stop the streaking Cardinals, whose pitcher Larry (Robert Young) is practicing in a mirror when he gets a bribe, and consults with coach (David Landau), his daughter (Madge Evans) and reporter Downey (Paul Kelly) in MGM's Death On The Diamond, 1934.
Guilty Hands (1931) - Justifiable Murder Crafty opening by director W.S. "Woody" Van Dyke, lawyer Grant (Lionel Barrymore) sharing soon-to-be relevant thoughts on murder, met at the station by daughter Barbara (Madge Evans), in MGM's Guilty Hands, 1931, also starring Kay Francis and Alan Mowbray.
Guilty Hands (1931) - Carried Away By Some Girl Having just announced their surprise engagement, affluent host Gordon (Alan Mowbray) with Barbara (Madge Evans), daughter of his sagacious and lawyer Grant (Lionel Barrymore), the insulted mistress Marjorie (Kay Francis) playing harp and expressing displeasure, in Guilty Hands, 1931.
Guilty Hands (1931) - He Was A Cowardly Sort Following the apparent (we know better...) suicide of their host, his newly betrothed Barbara (Madge Evans) distraught, her (guilty) lawyer father Grant (Lionel Barrymore) taking charge, the bereaved mistress Marjorie (Kay Francis) objecting, in MGM's Guilty Hands, 1931.
Tunnel, The (1935) - You Won't Starve Engineer McAllen (Richard Dix) finishes his pitch and waits as Lloyd (C. Aubrey Smith) stanpedes his fellow investors, especially sinister Grellier (Henry Oscar) in The Tunnel, (a.k.a. "Transatlantic Tunnel") 1935.

Trailer

Companions

Sidney Kingsley
Companion
Playwright.

Bibliography