Isabel Jewell

Isabel Jewell




Cast (Feature Film)

Sweet Kill (1972)
Mrs. Cole
Ciao! Manhattan (1972)
The Arousers (1970)
Bernardine (1957)
Drum Beat (1954)
Lily White
Man in the Attic (1953)
The Story of Molly X (1949)
Belle Starr's Daughter (1948)
Belle Starr
Michael O'Halloran (1948)
Mrs. [Laura] Nelson
Unfaithfully Yours (1948)
Telephone operator
The Bishop's Wife (1948)
Hysterical mother
The Snake Pit (1948)
Asylum inmate
Born to Kill (1947)
Laury Palmer
Badman's Territory (1946)
"Belle Starr"
Steppin' in Society (1945)
Jenny the Juke
Sensation Hunters (1945)
The Merry Monahans (1944)
Rose [Monahan]
The Falcon and the Co-eds (1943)
Mary Phoebus
Danger! Women at Work (1943)
The Seventh Victim (1943)
The Leopard Man (1943)
For Beauty's Sake (1941)
Amy Devore
Little Men (1941)
Stella [N.]
High Sierra (1941)
Northwest Passage (Book I--Rogers' Rangers) (1940)
Jennie Coit
Irene (1940)
Oh, Johnny, How You Can Love (1940)
Babies for Sale (1940)
Edith Drake
Marked Men (1940)
Linda Harkness
Scatterbrain (1940)
Esther Harrington
Northwest Passage (1940)
They Asked for It (1939)
Molly Herkimer
Missing Daughters (1939)
Gone With the Wind (1939)
Emmy Slattery
Swing It, Sailor! (1938)
Myrtle Montrose
The Crowd Roars (1938)
Mrs. Martin
Lost Horizon (1937)
Gloria [Stone]
Love on Toast (1937)
Belle Huntley
Marked Woman (1937)
Emmy Lou [Egan]
Small Town Girl (1936)
Ceiling Zero (1936)
Lou Clark
Go West Young Man (1936)
Big Brown Eyes (1936)
Bessie Blair
Valiant Is the Word for Carrie (1936)
Lili Eipper
The Leathernecks Have Landed (1936)
Career Woman (1936)
Gracie Clay
The Man Who Lived Twice (1936)
Peggy Russell
36 Hours to Kill (1936)
Jeanie Benson
Dancing Feet (1936)
Mabel Henry
Mad Love (1935)
The Casino Murder Case (1935)
Times Square Lady (1935)
"Babe" [Sweeney]
Shadow of Doubt (1935)
Inez [Johnson]
A Tale of Two Cities (1935)
Manhattan Melodrama (1934)
I've Been Around (1934)
Sally Van Loan
Here Comes the Groom (1934)
She Had to Choose (1934)
Sally Bates
Let's Be Ritzy (1934)
Betty Olsen
Evelyn Prentice (1934)
Judith Wilson
Day of Reckoning (1933)
Kate Lovett
Bondage (1933)
Advice to the Lovelorn (1933)
Design for Living (1933)
[Lisping] Stenographer
Counsellor at Law (1933)
Bessie Green
The Women in His Life (1933)
Catherine [Watson]
Bombshell (1933)
A girl friend
Beauty for Sale (1933)
Blessed Event (1932)
Dorothy Lane

Cast (Short)

The Week End Mystery (1931)

Life Events


Movie Clip

Marked Woman (1937) -- (Movie Clip) From Tiddlywinks To Roulette Gangster Johnny Vanning (Eduardo Cianelli), his character inspired by Charles "Lucky" Luciano, surveys the goods (including staff hostesses, Bette Davis as Mary, Lola Lane as Gabby, Isabel Jewell as Emmy Lou and Mayo Methot as Estelle) in the night club he's taken over, early in Marked Woman, 1937.
Lost Horizon (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Where Civilization Ends Big special effects as Robert (Ronald Colman) and brother George (John Howard) Conway and cohorts (Thomas Mitchell, Edward Everett Horton and Isabel Jewell), evacuated from a crisis in China, crash land somewhere beyond Tibet in Frank Capra's Lost Horizon, 1939.
Lost Horizon (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Shangri La Robert Conway (Ronald Colman) and fellow crash survivors (Thomas Mitchell, Edward Everett Horton, John Howard and Isabel Jewell) are led into Shangri-La by Chang (H.B. Warner) in Frank Capra's Lost Horizon, 1937, from the James Hilton novel.
Drum Beat (1954) -- (Movie Clip) I Just Came Along For The Ride Observed by Modoc Jim (Frank De Kova) who has a beef with stage driver Satterwhite (Robert Keith), Indian fighter Mackay (Alan Ladd) sent to make peace with the tribe in Oregon, 1872 (actually shot in Sedona, Az), companions Isabel Jewell as Lily, and Audrey Dalton as VIP traveler Nancy, in Delmer Daves’ Drum Beat, 1954.
Born To Kill (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Good Shooter Sam Wilde (Lawrence Tierney) speaks not a word in his first meeting at the Reno casino with newly divorced Helen (Claire Trevor), visited by Laury and Danny (Isabel Jewell, Tony Barrett) early in Born To Kill, 1947.
Mad Love (1935) -- (Movie Clip) She's Only Wax Opening in which we meet Frances Drake as Mme. Yvonne Orlac, before her last performance at a Paris horror theater, and Peter Lorre as Dr. Gogol, a big fan, visiting her wax likeness at the museum next door, in MGM’s version of Maurice Renard’s Hands Of Orlac, Mad Love, 1935.
Ciao! Manhattan (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Girl Of The Year Ex-Warhol factory directors John Palmer and David Weisman go to full graphics for this segment of Susan (Edie Sedgwick, in effect playing herself) recalling her New York days, Wesley Hayes the drifter who's found her shelter in the pool behind a Southern California mansion, in Ciao! Manhattan, 1972.
Counsellor At Law (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Temporary Embarrassment Lawyer Simon (John Barrymore) in the morning rush of his Manhattan office receives Darwin (Melvyn Douglas) whom he doesn’t know well, but who proceeds to ask for a loan, then flirt with Mrs. Simon (Doris Kenyon) in the lobby, in William Wyler’s Counsellor At Law, 1933.
Counsellor At Law (1933) -- (Movie Clip) If You're Tired Of Living Empathetic lawyer Simon (John Barrymore), with employees (Isabel Jewell as “Bessie,” Bebe Daniels as “Rexy,”), is in a hurry to see ex-defendant Breitstein (John Qualen), for whom he justifiably faked an alibi years earlier, in Counsellor At Law, 1933, directed by William Wyler.
Seventh Victim, The (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Your Sister Is A Murderess Younger sister Mary (Kim Hunter) is making some progress questioning beautician Frances (Isabel Jewell) about her missing sister, when spooky employer Mrs. Redi (Mary Newton) intrudes, going so far as to follow her home to the shower, in The Seventh Victim, 1943, from producer Val Lewton.