Lola Lane Movies List

Lola Lane
Lola Lane
21-05-1906
Macy, Indiana, USA
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The Big Fight

Actor Lola Lane Filmography

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They Made Me a Killer
They Made Me a Killer ( English )
Director: William C. Thomas
Music Director: Alexander Laszlo
Release date: 03-05-1946
Deadline at Dawn
Deadline at Dawn ( English )
Director: Harold Clurman , William Dorfman
Music Director: Adrian Scott
Release date: 03-04-1946
Why Girls Leave Home
Why Girls Leave Home ( English )
Artist: Lola Lane , Sheldon Leonard , Pamela Blake , Elisha Cook , Jr.
Director: Virginia Brissac
Release date: 09-10-1945
Buckskin Frontier
Buckskin Frontier ( English )
Director: Lesley Selander
Music Director: Victor Young
Release date: 14-05-1943
Lost Canyon
Lost Canyon ( English )
Artist: Andy Clyde , Jay Kirby , Lola Lane , William Boyd , Douglas Fowley
Director: Lesley Selander
Release date: 18-12-1941
Four Mothers
Four Mothers ( English )
Director: William Keighley
Music Director: Charlie Langendries , Leo F. Forbstein , Heinz Roemheld , Ray Heindorf , Charles Lang , Charles Lang
Release date: 04-01-1941
Girls of the Road
Girls of the Road ( English )
Artist: Ann Dvorak , Helen Mack , Lola Lane , Ann Doran , Marjorie Cooley
Director: Nick Grinde
Release date: 24-07-1940
Convicted Woman
Convicted Woman ( English )
Director: Nick Grinde
Release date: 31-01-1940
Four Wives
Four Wives ( English )
Director: Michael Curtiz
Release date: 25-12-1939
Daughters Courageous
Daughters Courageous ( English )
Director: Michael Curtiz
Release date: 22-07-1939
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Lola Lane Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Lane Sisters were a family of American singers and actresses. The sisters were Leota Lane (October 25, 1903 – July 25, 1963), Lola Lane (May 21, 1906 – June 22, 1981), Rosemary Lane (April 4, 1913 – November 25, 1974) and Priscilla Lane (June 12, 1915 – April 4, 1995). Lola, Rosemary, and Priscilla co-starred in four films together: Four Daughters (1938), Daughters Courageous (1939), Four Wives (1939) and Four Mothers (1941). Leota did not find the same success as her sisters and left Hollywood for New York City before the sisters' breakthrough. [Lola] was second lead to Bette Davis in the melodrama, Marked Woman, and won critical acclaim. Lola played the part of Gaby, a tough clip joint "hostess". Warners awarded her a contract in 1937 and her looks suited the hard-edged roles she found at Warners. Lola continued her career into the 1940s with her tough girl persona in dramas such as Convicted Woman (1940), Gangs of Chicago (1940), Mystery Ship (1941), Miss V from Moscow (1942) and Lost Canyon (1942), although she desperately wanted to break away from her type-casting . She retired at the age of forty in 1946. Her last three films – Why Girls Leave Home (1945) as Irene Mitchell, Deadline at Dawn (1946) as Edna Bartelli, and They Made Me a Killer (1946) as Betty Ford – had her in supporting roles. The above is from the Wikipedia article for "Lane Sisters".

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Rosemary Lane
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Priscilla Lane
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Frank McHugh
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Claude Rains
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