Bess Flowers Movies List

Bess Flowers
Bess Flowers
23-11-1898
Sherman, Texas, USA
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Actor Bess Flowers Filmography

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Showing 1 to 10 of 325 movies
The Carpetbaggers
The Carpetbaggers ( English )
Director: Edward Dmytryk
Music Director: Elmer Bernstein
Release Year: 1964
The Prize
The Prize ( English )
Director: Mark Robson
Music Director: Jerry Goldsmith
Release date: 25-12-1963
Who's Minding the Store?
Director: Frank Tashlin
Release date: 28-11-1963
Palm Springs Weekend
Palm Springs Weekend ( English )
Director: Norman Taurog
Release date: 05-11-1963
X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes
Director: Roger Corman
Music Director: Les Baxter
Release date: 18-09-1963
The Thrill of It All
The Thrill of It All ( English )
Director: Norman Jewison
Release date: 17-07-1963
Zotz!
Zotz! ( English )
Director: William Castle
Release date: 03-10-1962
Sweet Bird of Youth
Sweet Bird of Youth ( English )
Director: Richard Brooks
Release date: 31-08-1962
Incident in an Alley
Incident in an Alley ( English )
Artist: Chris Warfield , Erin O'Donnell , Harp McGuire , Virginia Christine , Willis Bouchey
Director: Edward L. Cahn
Release date: 16-05-1962
40 Pounds of Trouble
40 Pounds of Trouble ( English )
Director: Norman Jewison
Release Year: 1962
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Showing 1 to 10 of 325 movies

Bess Flowers Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bess Flowers (November 23, 1898 – July 28, 1984) was an American actress. By some counts considered the most prolific actress in the history of Hollywood, she was known as "The Queen of the Hollywood Extras," appearing in over 700 movies in her 41 year career. Born in Sherman, Texas, Flowers's film debut came in 1923, when she appeared in Hollywood. She made three films that year, and then began working extensively. Many of her appearances are uncredited, as she generally played non-speaking roles. By the 1930s, Flowers was in constant demand. Her appearances ranged from Alfred Hitchcock and John Ford thrillers to comedic roles alongside of Charley Chase, the Three Stooges, Leon Errol, Edgar Kennedy, and Laurel and Hardy. She appeared in the following five films which won the Academy Award for Best Picture: It Happened One Night, You Can't Take it with You, All About Eve, The Greatest Show on Earth, and Around the World in Eighty Days. In each of these movies, Flowers was uncredited. Including these five movies, she had appeared in twenty-three Best Picture nominees in total, making her the record holder for most appearances in films nominated for the award. Her last movie was Good Neighbor Sam in 1964. Flowers's acting career was not confined to feature films. She was also seen in many episodic American TV series, such as I Love Lucy, notably in episodes, "Lucy Is Enceinte" (1952), "Ethel's Birthday" (1955), and "Lucy's Night in Town" (1957), where she is usually seen as a theatre patron. Outside her acting career, in 1945, Bess Flowers helped to found the Screen Extras Guild (active: 1946-1992, then merged with SAG), where she served as one of its first vice-presidents and recording secretaries.

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