Louise Currie Movies List

Louise Currie
Louise Currie
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Billy the Kid Outlawed

Actor Louise Currie Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 14 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 14 movies
Sakima and the Masked Marvel
Artist: Johnny Arthur , Tom Steele , Louise Currie , William Forrest , Anthony Warde
Music Director: Alberto Colombo , Mort Glickman
Release Year: 1966
And Baby Makes Three
And Baby Makes Three ( English )
Director: Henry Levin
Release date: 02-12-1949
The Chinese Ring
The Chinese Ring ( English )
Director: William Beaudine , Kenneth Kessler , William A. Calihan Jr.
Release date: 06-12-1947
Second Chance
Second Chance ( English )
Artist: Kent Taylor , Louise Currie , Dennis Hoey , Larry J. Blake , Ann Doran
Director: James Tinling
Music Director: R. Dale Butts
Release date: 18-07-1947
Backlash ( English )
Director: Eugene Forde
Music Director: Darrell Calker
Release date: 01-03-1947
Forty Thieves
Forty Thieves ( English )
Artist: Andy Clyde , Jimmy Rogers , Douglass Dumbrille , Louise Currie , William Boyd
Director: Lesley Selander
Release date: 23-06-1944
Million Dollar Kid
Million Dollar Kid ( English )
Artist: Leo Gorcey , Huntz Hall , Gabriel Dell , William Benedict , Louise Currie
Director: Wallace Fox
Release date: 28-02-1944
Voodoo Man
Voodoo Man ( English )
Artist: Bela Lugosi , John Carradine , George Zucco , Wanda McKay , Louise Currie
Director: William Beaudine
Release date: 21-02-1944
The Masked Marvel
The Masked Marvel ( English )
Artist: William Forrest , Louise Currie , Johnny Arthur , Rod Bacon , Richard Clarke
Music Director: Mort Glickman
Release date: 06-11-1943
The Ape Man
The Ape Man ( English )
Artist: Bela Lugosi , Louise Currie , Wallace Ford , Henry Hall , Minerva Urecal
Director: William Beaudine
Release date: 05-03-1943
Showing 1 to 10 of 14 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 14 movies

Louise Currie Biography

a B movie and serial actress of the 1940s. Born Louise Gunter in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, she attended Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York. Moving to Hollywood, Currie enrolled in Max Reinhardt's drama school. “At the time, I was not necessarily a movie fan, but once I came to California, of course, that’s what California’s all about, the movie industry.” Attracting the interest of movie scouts while appearing in one of the school’s stage productions, Currie surprised them by expressing no desire at that point to enter movies. She wanted to wait until she graduated, and was better equipped as an actress, before she decided her next career move. When she was ready, she signed with agent Sue Carol. After she made a movie at Columbia, Harry Cohn wanted to put her under contract, but Currie would have none of it – she thought it “would maybe be more interesting to freelance.” She stated in 1999 that that was “more fun for me because I was able to pick and choose and do what I wanted, rather than all the little contract players who had to do exactly as they were told and go into films that they didn’t want or like. So, I had my independence, and I chose to do it that way.” The not-overly-ambitious Currie worked steadily during the next few years, with small, uncredited parts in As and leads in Poverty Row flicks. She found herself in a bunch of Westerns – her bullwhip-carrying role in GUN TOWN was her favorite – and also as the heroine in Bela Lugosi’s THE APE MAN. She was again menaced by Bela in VOODOO MAN. Her most enduring and fondly remembered credit is ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN MARVEL, considered by many the greatest cliffhanger of all time; two years later, she acted for 12 episodes opposite another serial marvel: THE MASKED MARVEL. Currie enjoyed the fast-paced shooting schedules of her B movies and serials: “Fortunately, I had enough training that I could do my scenes and not mess them up, not muff the lines. And I thought that was more stimulating and interesting than pictures like CITIZEN KANE [in which she played a reporter], where you just sat on a set for endless hours, doing nothing – which to me was just a trial and a bore. So I sort of enjoyed the activity, and the fact that you could do something quickly and do it well, and have it finished... But I’m sure that most of the people that started with big A productions would never have understood that, or been able to cope with it!” 

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