Waco, Texas USA
Place of Death
Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California,
Claim to Fame
Flash Gordon Conquers The Universe (1940) .... Sonja [Chs. 2, 6-12]
Full Name at Birth
Marguerite Gwynne Trice
Evelyn Ankers (was her maid of honor), Peggy Ryan, Robert Paige
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Cause of Death
Anne Gwynne (born Marguerite Gwynne Trice; December 10, 1918 â€“ March 31, 2003) was an American film actress of the 1940s. Known as one of the first scream queens because of her numerous appearances in horror films, the actress-model was also one of the most popular pin-ups of World War II.
Actress (64 credits)Soundtrack (2 credits)
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Anne Gwynne (I) (1918–2003)
Actress | Soundtrack
Date of Birth 10 December 1918, Waco, Texas, USA
Date of Death 31 March 2003, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA (stroke following surgery)
Birth Name Marguerite Gwynne Trice
Nicknames The Queen of the Screamers
Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)
Mini Bio (1)
Vivid, strikingly beautiful actress Anne Gwynne arrived in Hollywood a typical starry-eyed model looking to become a big film star and ended up one of Universal Studio's favorite screamers in "B" horror films. Born in Waco, Texas, but raised in Missouri, she first modeled Catalina swimwear and appeared in local community theater productions to gain experience. Universal Studios executives took one look at this gorgeous eyeful and immediately signed her up in 1939. Her first work was in westerns opposite the likes of Johnny Mack Brown, but she swiftly moved to chillers and at the mercy of Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, and Lon Chaney Jr.. Though she seldom rose above the second-string ranks, she was quite popular with the servicemen as a WWII pin-up. As with many others before her, TV proved a welcome medium in the '50s; as her film career fell away, she appeared in guest spots and commercials. Widowed in 1965, her health began to deteriorate in the '90s and she was forced to move to the Motion Picture Country Home. Anne Gwynne had the looks and talent to be a top star, but not the luck. Nevertheless, she was a game player who screamed with the best of them. She passed away at age 84 following complications from a stroke.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Gary Brumburgh / email@example.com
Max M. Gilford (30 December 1945 - 3 May 1965) (his death) (2 children)
Mother of Gwynne Gilford and Gregory Gilford.
Had appeared, with John Howard and Walter Sande, on the first filmed television series Public Prosecutor (1947).
Was one of the top five pin-ups in World War II, according to a February 15, 1943, Life magazine article. Others were Dorothy Lamour, Ann Sheridan, Maureen O'Hara and Alexis Smith.
Was the #1 pinup girl for two years in Yank magazine for World War II servicemen.
Was a former Miss San Antonio.
Grandmother of Katherine Pine and Chris Pine.
Mother-in-law of Robert Pine.
Interviewed in "It Came from Horrorwood: Interviews with Moviemakers in the SF and Horror Tradition" by Tom Weaver (McFarland, 1996).
Best friends with fellow scream queen Evelyn Ankers at Universal Studios.
Suffered her first stroke in the early 1990s.
She had English, French and Welsh ancestry.
Personal Quotes (6)
[on King of the Bullwhip (1950) with Lash La Rue] I did it for the money . . . it wasn't much of a picture, certainly far below the quality I had experienced earlier.
[on working with Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Ride 'Em Cowboy (1942)] They were so fresh and delightful and funny. They weren't burned out and they LOVED doing what they were doing. Every time somebody laughed, they were in ecstasy . . . Even when I saw them in other pictures, they were delightful.
[about Sin Town (1942)] Marlene Dietrich was supposed to be in it but when she read the script she turned it down. She and Brod Crawford [Broderick Crawford] were having a fling at this time. She wanted to work with him but the character she played lost Brod to me until the final reel when he goes back to her and I land Patric Knowles. So, unfortunately, she didn't appear in it. Then Mae West was offered the role and she turned it down for the same reason. Constance Bennett, who was getting a little long in the tooth, didn't have any qualms and played it to the hilt.
[on Frontier Badmen (1943) and working with Noah Beery Jr.] Pidge, as his friends call him, is such a nice guy. The studio had originally planned for us to be a screen team. We'd already done two other films but this turned out to be our last one together. I did get him at the end of the film, while [Robert Paige] rode off into the sunset with Diana Barrymore, who in real life he couldn't stand. Diana was always drunk through this picture and the other one we did together, Ladies Courageous (1944).
[on director Ray Enright] . . . another of the good ole boys. He had just finished The Spoilers (1942) with John Wayne and Marlene Dietrich and we hoped this one [Sin Town (1942)] would do as well. Although it didn't, I thought it was a very good film and certainly one of my best.
[on Robert Paige] . . . bless him, [he] was always a dear friend of mine. We remained friends for the rest of his life. He was masculine, handsome, but . . . funny-looking in that big ten-gallon hat they gave him to wear [on Frontier Badmen (1943)]! What's more, he was afraid of horses! Unfortunately for Bob, Lon Chaney Jr. (one of my least favorite leading men) found out about it and the practical jokes really started. Lon could be quite cruel when it came to joking around. If he had real ammunition, he used it! Lon and Bob almost came to blows over Lon's picking.
Biography by Hal Erickson
A former drama student at Missouri's Stephens College, redheaded leading lady Anne Gwynne was signed to a Universal Pictures contract in 1939. Pretty and vivacious, Gwynne was a welcome presence in Universal's "B" product, appearing in many of the studio's horror films (The Black Cat, The Strange Case of Dr. Rx, Weird Woman, House of Frankenstein et. al.). She also played the villainous Sonja in the 1940 serial Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe and appeared with Abbott and Costello in Ride 'Em Cowboy (1941). Free-lancing after Universal cut her loose in 1945, Gwynne played Tess Trueheart in RKO's Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome (1947). She left films briefly in the mid-1950s, making an undistinguished comeback in Teenage Monster (1958), as the mother of the title character. Gwynne was coaxed out retirement once more in 1970 for Adam at 6 AM, playing the wife of another veteran of Hollywood's "B" mills, Richard Derr. Anne Gwynne is the mother of actress Gwynne Gilford.
Anne Gwynne (born Marguerite Gwynne Trice; December 10, 1918 – March 31, 2003) was an American film actress of the 1940s. Known as one of the first scream queens because of her numerous appearances in horror films, the actress-model was also one of the most popular pin-ups of World War II.
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Miss San Antonio
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Katherine Pine (Granddaughter), Chris Pine (Grandchild), Robert Pine (Son in Law), Gwynne Gilford (Daughter), Gregory Gilford (Son)
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Actress (64 credits)
1970 Adam at Six A.M.
1959 Northwest Passage (TV Series)
- The Ambush (1959) ... Sheila Stark
1958 Rescue 8 (TV Series)
- Danger! 20,000 Volts (1958) ... Martha Blanchard
1958 Teenage Monster
1957 Death Valley Days (TV Series)
- Train of Events (1957)
1956 The Lineup (TV Series)
- The Wharton Case (1956) ... Dorine Gallagher
1953 Ramar of the Jungle (TV Series)
- The Flaming Mountain (1953) ... Nancy Arlington
- The Golden Tablet (1953) ... Nancy Arlington
1947-1951 Public Prosecutor (TV Series)
- The Case of the Dead Man's Voice (1951) ... Patricia Kelly
- The Case of the Devil's Heart (1951) ... Patricia Kelly
- The Case of the Comic Strip Murder (1948) ... Patricia Kelly
- The Case of Crepe for Suzette (1948) ... Patricia Kelly
- The Case of the Missing Bullets (1947) ... Patricia Kelly
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1950 King of the Bullwhip
1950 Call of the Klondike
1950 The Blazing Sun
1949 Arson, Inc.
1948 The Enchanted Valley
1947 Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome
1947 Killer Dill
1947 The Ghost Goes Wild
1946 The Glass Alibi
Eileen Stevens / Cathy Stevens
1946 I Ring Doorbells
1944 House of Frankenstein
1944 Murder in the Blue Room
1944 Babes on Swing Street
1944 South of Dixie
1944 Moon Over Las Vegas
1944 Weird Woman
Paula Clayton Reed
1944 Ladies Courageous
1943 To the People of the United States (Documentary short)
1943 Top Man
1943 Frontier Badmen
1943 We've Never Been Licked
1942 Keeping Fit (Short)
1942 Sin Town
1942 Men of Texas
Jane Baxter Scott
1942 You're Telling Me
1942 The Strange Case of Doctor Rx
Kit Logan Church
1942 Ride 'Em Cowboy
1942 Jail House Blues
1942 Don't Get Personal
1941 Road Agent
1941 Melody Lane
1941 Mob Town
1941 Tight Shoes
1941 The Black Cat
1941 Washington Melodrama
1941 Nice Girl?
1940 Give Us Wings
1940 Spring Parade
1940 Bad Man from Red Butte
1940 Sandy Is a Lady
1940 Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe
Sonja [Chs. 2, 6-12]
1940 It's a Date
Society Girl (uncredited)
1940 Black Friday
1940 Honeymoon Deferred
1940 The Green Hornet
Josephine Weaver [Ch. 3] (uncredited)
1939 Charlie McCarthy, Detective
Miss Larkin, Charlie's Nurse (uncredited)
1939 The Big Guy
Joan's Friend (uncredited)
1939 The Man from Montreal
1939 Little Accident
Blonde Girl (uncredited)
1939 Oklahoma Frontier
1939 Unexpected Father
Kitty - showgirl
Soundtrack (2 credits)
Archive footage (6 credits)
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