Isabel Jewell Movies List

Isabel Jewell
Isabel Jewell
19-07-1907
Shoshone, Wyoming, USA
37
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Actor Isabel Jewell Filmography

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Showing 1 to 10 of 37 movies
Ciao! Manhattan
Ciao! Manhattan ( English )
Artist: Edie Sedgwick , Wesley Hayes , Isabel Jewell , Jeff Briggs , Paul America
Release date: 19-04-1973
Sweet Kill
Sweet Kill ( English )
Artist: Tab Hunter , Cherie Latimer , Nadyne Turney , Isabel Jewell , Linda Leider
Director: Curtis Hanson
Music Director: Charles Bernstein
Release Year: 1973
Drum Beat
Drum Beat ( English )
Director: Frank De Kova
Music Director: Leo K. Kuter
Release date: 10-11-1954
Man in the Attic
Man in the Attic ( English )
Director: Hugo Fregonese
Music Director: Hugo Friedhofer
Release date: 23-12-1953
The Story of Molly X
The Story of Molly X ( English )
Director: Crane Wilbur
Music Director: Milton Schwarzwald
Release date: 01-11-1949
The Bishop's Wife
The Bishop's Wife ( English )
Director: Henry Koster
Music Director: Hugo Friedhofer
Release date: 09-12-1947
Born to Kill
Born to Kill ( English )
Director: Grandon Rhodes
Music Director: Herman Schlom
Release date: 03-05-1947
The Falcon and the Co-Eds
Artist: Tom Conway , Jean Brooks , Rita Corday , Amelita Ward , Isabel Jewell
Release date: 10-11-1943
The 7th Victim
The 7th Victim ( English )
Artist: Tom Conway , Jean Brooks , Isabel Jewell , Kim Hunter , Evelyn Brent
Music Director: Roy Webb
Release date: 21-08-1943
The Leopard Man
The Leopard Man ( English )
Artist: Dennis O'Keefe , Margo , Jean Brooks , Isabel Jewell , James Bell
Director: Jacques Tourneur
Music Director: Val Lewton
Release date: 08-05-1943
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Showing 1 to 10 of 37 movies

Isabel Jewell Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Isabel Jewell (July 19, 1907 – April 5, 1972) was an American actress most active in the 1930s and early 1940s. Some of her most famous films were Ceiling Zero, Marked Woman, A Tale of Two Cities, and Gone With the Wind. After years in theater stock companies, including an 87-week stint in Lincoln, Nebraska, she hit the big time after getting a part on Broadway in Up Pops the Devil (1930). She received glowing critical reviews for Blessed Event (1932) as well. Jewell's film debut came in Blessed Event (1932). She had been brought to Hollywood by Warner Brothers for the film version of Up Pops the Devil. Jewell gained other supporting roles, appearing in a variety of films in the early 1930s. She played stereotypical gangsters' women in such films as Manhattan Melodrama (1934) and Marked Woman (1937). She was well received playing against type, as the seamstress sentenced to death on the guillotine along with Sydney Carton (Ronald Colman in A Tale of Two Cities (1935). Her most significant role was as the prostitute Gloria Stone in Lost Horizon (1937). Jewell's films included Gone with the Wind (1939) (in the role of "that white trash, Emmy Slattery"), Northwest Passage (1940), High Sierra (1941), and the low-budget The Leopard Man (1943). By the end of the 1940s, her roles had reduced in significance to the degree that her performances were often uncredited, e.g. The Snake Pit. She performed in radio dramas in the 1950s, including This is Your FBI. In 1972, Jewell appeared opposite Edie Sedgwick in the film Ciao! Manhattan. Her final film was the B movie Sweet Kill (1973), the directorial debut of Curtis Hanson, a future Academy Award winner. Description above from the Wikipedia article Isabel Jewell, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia

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