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Maris Wrixon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Maris Wrixon (December 28, 1916 – October 6, 1999) was an American film and television actress. She appeared in over 50 films between 1939 and 1951. Between 1940 and 1942, Wrixon appeared in 29 films at Warner Brothers, alternating between uncredited parts (in films including High Sierra and Dark Victory) and supporting roles. Wrixon worked primarily in B-movies and, in addition to her Warners films, in films produced by Poverty Row studios such as Monogram Pictures. Monogram released the film in which The New York Times says "horror fans remember her best", The Ape, which starred Boris Karloff. Wrixon was married to Oscar-nominated film editor Rudi Fehr. She died in Santa Monica, California of heart failure. Description above from the Wikipedia article Maris Wrixon, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Dec 28, 1916 In Pasco, Washington. USA
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Off the Record 1939-01-21
Latest Project:
Movie The Glass Alibi 1946-04-27
Known For
Poster of The Glass Alibi
Poster of Silent Witness
Poster of Cinderella's Feller
Movie The Glass Alibi Linda Vale 1946-04-27
Movie The Face of Marble Linda Sinclair 1946-01-19
Movie This Love of Ours Evelyn 1945-11-02
Movie The Master Key Dorothy Newton 1945-04-24
Movie Black Market Babies 1945-12-15
Movie White Pongo Pamela Bragdon 1945-11-02
Movie Waterfront Freda Hauser 1944-06-10
Movie Trail to Gunsight Mary Wagner 1944-08-18
Movie Silent Witness Betty Higgins, Special Investigator 1943-01-15
Movie Women in Bondage Grete Ziegler 1943-12-16
Movie Spy Ship Sue Mitchell 1942-06-06
Movie Sons of the Pioneers Louise Harper 1942-07-02
Movie The Case of the Black Parrot Sandy Vantine 1941-08-08
Movie Footsteps in the Dark June Brewster 1941-03-08
Movie Million Dollar Baby Diana Bennett 1941-05-31
Movie A Shot in the Dark Helen Armstrong 1941-04-05
Movie Sunset in Wyoming Wilmetta 'Billie' Wentworth 1941-07-15
Movie Bullets for O'Hara Elaine Standish 1941-07-19
Movie 'Til We Meet Again Girl 1940-04-20
Movie Calling Philo Vance Long-Distance Operator 1940-02-03
Movie Saturday's Children 2nd Nurse - City Hospital 1940-05-11
Movie British Intelligence Dorothy Bennett 1940-01-29
Movie Santa Fe Trail Girl at Wedding (uncredited) 1940-12-20
Movie Cinderella's Feller Fairy Godmother 1940-06-08
Movie Lady with Red Hair Miss Annie Ellis 1940-11-30
Movie Knute Rockne All American Telephone Operator 1940-10-05
Movie The Ape Frances Clifford 1940-09-30
Movie Daughters Courageous Girl at Beach 1939-07-22
Movie Code of the Secret Service Saxby's Secretary 1939-05-27
Movie Off the Record Telephone Operator (uncredited) 1939-01-21
Movie Each Dawn I Die Girl in Car 1939-08-19
Movie Dark Victory Judith's Friend (uncredited) 1939-04-20
Movie Jeepers Creepers Connie Durant 1939-10-27
Movie Private Detective First Telephone Operator 1939-12-09
Movie A Child Is Born Information Girl 1939-12-07
Movie The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex Lady of the Court (uncredited) 1939-11-11
Movie No Place to Go Mrs. Washburn 1939-09-23
Movie Dust Be My Destiny Switchboard Operator 1939-09-16
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